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    Ok new question. When should i go for my first scan? I never got to that last time so im not sure.

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    I was quite happy with public health care but that was just me- I did have a very normal and uncomplicated pregnancy though- I may feel different if I needed special care.

    The only complaint is having to share a room at the hospital - that was the only time I thought "gees I wish I had private health insurance" lol

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    You can get a dating scan- anytime between 6-10 weeks.. Just to confirm the pregnancy, and see how far along you are.

    The nuchal translucency scan is done at 12 weeks.

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    First scan. Well you can do as you like (or whatever for health, risk factors) the dating is optional, not essential, same with 12am nunchel, the only necessary is the morphology 20wk scan. It's up to you & your health care provider as to your needs.


 

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