An anomaly scan, also known as a mid-pregnancy scan, takes a close look at your baby and your womb (also known as the uterus).

The person carrying out the scan is called a sonographer and will check that your baby is developing normally, as well as looking at where the placenta is lying. The main purpose of the scan is to check that your baby is developing normally, rather than whether you’re expecting a boy or girl.

Should you have any questions or concerns, our team of highly-trained specialists is available to help.

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