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    I got pictures from every ultrasound I had. Disappointed I never got a dvd though.

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    That seems odd to me but that's because We get a DVD every time

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    It's a medical test. I wouldn't expect pictures. Perhaps take some with your phone next time?

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    We got printed pictures and a USB with them all on, they told us to bring the folder each time and they will add more photos..... But we also pay $190 per scan

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    I used to work in an ultrasound clinic. You have to keep in mind the scan is a medical procedure first and foremost. Some machines don't print photos unfortunately, just the big films. They are technically not really supposed to even hand pictures, films or reports to the patient, or provide you any information or results... Everything is supposed to go back to the dr to be reviewed before you get those in hand, if at all - it's just that a lot of places have gotten a bit more lax in recent years.

    My tip is to take your phone and grab a snap of the screen. Those signs are a lie - your phones don't actually interfere with the equipment, it's just annoying to be interrupted or slowed down by people who are chatting on the phone, texting, on Facebook, or taking masses of pictures. Anyone who even touches their phone, you immediately know their appointment will run over time. For every person who takes just a few minutes longer than they should it adds up, that's why those places always seem to run late!


 

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