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4D scan?

(6 Posts)
deli16888 Mon 24-Mar-14 13:22:16

Hi, im a bit new at this so please bare with me lol. Hopefully ive posted this in the right place. My hubby is wanted to get me a 4D scan for mothers day and the best place we've come up with in Ultrasound Direct, I was just wondering if anyone has used them before and can share their experience as I dont want to spend all that money if they are no good smile thanks in advance xx

Mmolly2013 Mon 24-Mar-14 16:33:54

I had a gender scan a few weeks ago and they also let me get some 4D views and pictures for no extra cost. They were absolutely fantastic so calm and enjoyed viewing the baby as much as I did. Much better experienced than my NHS scans as they are so patient. Could see baby on a big screen so no strained neck. Worth every penny. I'm only 18 weeks and we are going to go back at 26 for 4d scan a full one .

Mmolly2013 Mon 24-Mar-14 16:34:20

Not experienced meant experience

Mmolly2013 Mon 24-Mar-14 16:36:45

I paid £30 on the website for deposit then paid the rest at the time. I paid an extra £15 for a USB with all the pictures on as they print a view and then there's loads more on the USB and they put pics in a wee card and in a nice we bag for you to take ps it was in Northern Ireland my one

I had a scan with them and it was great

Mildpanic Mon 24-Mar-14 16:44:57

I had one 5 years ago and one this time round before christmas.
I would recommend hunting out the HD ones as superior pics. Think i had mine with babybond though.

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