This is an ultrasound exam usually done vaginally at 6-10 weeks of pregnancy. The purpose of this scan is to monitor the number of embryos present and the movements of the embryo.
This scan is performed from 11 weeks to 13 weeks and six days. The scan is usually performed transabdominally, but in a few cases, depending on the course of the examination, the examination may be continued vaginally.
This is a detailed scan at 20-24 weeks of pregnancy. During the scan, he examines each part of the fetal body, determines the position of the placenta, the amount of amniotic fluid is measured.
This is a transvaginal scan to measure the length of the cervix. Women with high risk of preterm birth, multiple pregnancies, and previous preterm births should not neglect cervical screening.