LadBaby Labour Stimulator

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So, last Friday we had the immense pleasure of welcoming #LadBaby Mark and Roxanne #YesMate into our mother studio ‘The Original Window To The Womb Nottingham’. This time last year they were welcoming their second child into the world.  Roxanne thought it was about time Mark really knew what it felt like for a woman to go thru the pain … Read More

The Dating Scan

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For the new mum to be, Ultrasound scans are the highlight of her pregnancy. It’s an amazing and exciting time seeing your baby for the first time, so emotional watching baby leaping around, waving their tiny arms, kicking those matchstick legs, and seeing your baby’s tiny heart beating! Baby Ultrascan Sound Waves Ultrasound scans use sound waves to build a … Read More

Your Pregnancy Red Book

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 Voiceover for partially sighted Your RED BOOK is a personal record of your pregnancy that contains important information about your health and your baby’s progress. You will be given it at your booking appointment and you will need to take it to all your antenatal appointments, so that your healthcare professionals can fill it in. Your midwife will want … Read More

Videos live on our website

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 We have put some more videos on our website, directly from YouTube.  They are mostly 3D and 4D baby scans that we were given permission to show on our YouTube Channel. We would love for you to go and take a look at them.  If you have any questions about them, do please comment below, or on our channel. … Read More

Your First Antenatal Appointment – what could you ask?

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 What questions could you ask at your first antenatal appointment – here are a few. Q. Can I be sure I’m pregnant? Over-the-counter pregnancy tests are reliable. You can do a pregnancy test on the first day of a missed period. If you don’t know when your period is due, a test 21 days after the last time you … Read More

Our Professional Approach

 Our approach is always to put health and wellbeing first, which of course can only be achieved by following all the guidance set out by BMSU, and The CQC – click the titles to open their website’s in new tabs. Our Sonographers are all specially trained and fully qualified health care professionals, who are state registered with the Health … Read More

How do pregnancy tests work?

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 Voiceover for partially sighted Pregnancy tests are an easy and accurate way to find out if you’re pregnant – you just pee on a stick. They are inexpensive and available at Chemists and most superstores. How accurate are pregnancy tests? Pregnancy tests are very accurate when you use them correctly. The pregnancy tests you get at the Chemists work … Read More

Umbilical Cord – what is it?

 Voiceover for the Partially Sighted The umbilical cord is genetically part of your baby. When an egg is fertilised, it divides into two parts. One part becomes the embryo and the other becomes the placenta. The embryonic cells under-go many changes, but one of the first things to happen is the yolk sac is formed. The yolk sac provides … Read More

Babies’ Sight, Hearing, Taste and Touch

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 Voiceover for the Partially Sighted Babies eyes start developing around weeks 5 to 7 and by week 20 they are almost completely formed, but the eyelid is still fused closed so that the retina can fully develop. By week 26 some babies start blinking and by week 28 they can open their eyes fully. We Have an amazing video … Read More

10 things about the first

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 Voiceover for Partially Sighted What to expect in the first 12 weeks of your pregnancy You may become over sensitive. Every little pain, headache to tummy pain, will have you in full blown panic mode, thinking something wrong with you and you wonder if it’s quicker to get a lift to the hospital or wait for an ambulance. Outbreak … Read More