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Non invasive prenatal testing or NIPT can provide valuable information about your baby’s health, especially if you have reason to believe there is a higher chance of chromosomal abnormalities. However, it can be confusing to see that there are different types of



Non invasive prenatal testing (NIPT) enables parents to get more information about their unborn baby’s health without needing to have an invasive and risky test such as amniocentesis. However, the introduction of NIPT has sometimes raised concerns over how this information is used



Most of us will feel at least a little but anxious at some point during pregnancy. It is normal to worry about our babies, what the birth will be like, or whether we’ll experience any complications. However, there are plenty of things you can do to manage your worries, including visiting The Birth Company for Read More

If you have just had your anomaly scan and you have any questions or concerns about the results, you might be thinking about having another scan. Getting a second opinion can be a good idea if you have any doubts, but you can also arrange extra ultrasound scans if you need some extra reassurance or Read More

If you’ve just had your 12 week or dating scan and your midwife has told you that you don’t need another until the 20 week abnormality scan, you might be thinking about fitting in another scan in between. Here are some of the best reasons to arrange a reassurance scan



The anomaly scan is one of the most important tests that you will have during pregnancy as it can provide vital information about your baby’s health and development. The scan is usually performed between 20 and 24 weeks and your baby will look very different if the last time you saw him or her was Read More