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Consultations, Scans and Expert Advice - for you and your baby
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Consultation and Advice Regarding Your Pregnancy

Contact us to arrange an appointment for advice and assessment regarding your current or planned future pregnancy. We will give you expert advice to make this as safe as possible. Price Guide  Weeks Singleton Twins Preconceptual counselling (30 min appt) £150 Recurrent miscarriage counselling (30 min appt) £150 General consultation (30 min appt) £150 Consultation… Continue Reading

Early Pregnancy Scan

6 to 11 weeks. The early pregnancy scan is the first pregnancy scan that you can have and is not routinely available on the NHS. It is often done if you are not sure if you are pregnant or to provide reassurance in the very early stages of your pregnancy. Purpose of the Scan An early… Continue Reading

Quadruple Test

14 – 21 weeks. The quadruple test is a screening for Down Syndrome and is usually performed if you have missed the nuchal scan earlier in your pregnancy. It’s called the quadruple test because it measures four substances in your blood to calculate a Down Syndrome risk. The test is not invasive and does not harm you… Continue Reading

Non-Invasive Prenatal Testing

At Sheffield Private Pregnancy Care, we are pleased to announce that we are working in conjunction with TDL Genetics in London to offer a brand new and revolutionary service to our clients – Non-Invasive Prenatal Testing (NIPT). This simple blood test represents the future of screening for chromosomal abnormalities and we are one of the… Continue Reading

Private Antenatal Care

We offer a bespoke and flexible private antenatal care service comprising up to six antenatal visits and three ultrasound scans (including 3D/4D) in our suites at the Claremont Hospital. This offers you the opportunity of consulting with specialist experts in all aspects of pregnancy care in a friendly environment where you are seen promptly and… Continue Reading

Nuchal scan

11-13 weeks + 6 days. The nuchal scan provides a screening for chromosomal abnormalities such as Down Syndrome and is combined with a blood test. It is also the first opportunity to reliably examine your baby’s anatomy as it is fully developed at around 12 weeks. Purpose of Nuchal Scan A nuchal scan will: Check… Continue Reading

Premature Birth Screening

16 – 32 weeks. A premature birth screening, or preterm labour test, is actually a series of tests that combine to predict if you are likely to go into labour early. It does not give a definite answer, but tries to identify low risk from high risk women and it can only be performed between 22 and 35… Continue Reading

Growth and Reassurance Scan

20-36 weeks. A reassurance scan is a highly accurate way to check on the growth progress of your baby. It is recommended if you have had previous birth complications, such as pre-eclampsia, growth restriction, diabetes and still birth and if you develop problems during the course of your pregnancy. The consultant takes various measurements of… Continue Reading