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First scan during doctors strike - assume cancellation?

(7 Posts)
bbccbbc Thu 01-Sep-16 16:44:55

I will call midwives of course, but can't imagine the scan will go ahead with all the doctors on strike. Hmmm. Anyone else in this situation? Totally support the junior doctors by the way so don't blame then.

Wandastartup Thu 01-Sep-16 16:46:28

It's not usually a doctor scanning so I would expect it to be going ahead

Heirhelp Thu 01-Sep-16 16:47:52

Scans are done by songrapher, some times a specialist midwife will be there. There will certainly be midwives around.

I would assume it goes ahead.

LotsOfDots Thu 01-Sep-16 16:48:28

I'd assume it won't be cancelled. Antenatal scans are usually performed by sonographer/midwives.

HaPPy8 Thu 01-Sep-16 16:49:15

It will almost certainly go ahead as others have said, scans are normally only done by a specialist dr when there is a problem. Hope it goes well!

bbccbbc Thu 01-Sep-16 16:58:18

Oh ok fab, that's very reassuring. Thanks everybody.

LillianFullStop Thu 01-Sep-16 17:00:19

Agree all my routine scans have been with a sonographer. If you are low risk you're not likely to see a doctor I don't think!

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