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Pregnancy After Loss: Pregnancy Support Scans 

 
 
Our Pregnancy Support Scans are specially designed for parents who are pregnant again following a pregnancy loss or difficult pregnancy. Where parents have had a pregnancy loss, a new pregnancy may be filled with questions and uncertainty and wondering. There may be thoughts about previous events and worry that events may occur again. Perhaps even having a scan may be daunting. 
At the Aster Baby Scan Clinic, we understand these concerns. We understand the importance of a positive scan experience and are committed to supporting families through a subsequent pregnancy where there has been a pregnancy loss.  
All Pregnancy Support Scans will be performed by Dr Bamfo. 
Expert Midwifery support is provided by Tracey McGrath, an Independent Bereavement Midwife.  
Tracey is a Registered Midwife with over 12 years’ experience and runs a support group called “Forever a Parent”. She is passionate about supporting parents and is available to contact as a support for your pregnancy and the Pregnancy Support Scans if you wish at no cost. Her services are free. 
 
We do not need a referral but we are happy to see you if you are referred from you GP 
 
 
 
 
These scans are timed around the usual NHS scans to ensure that you have scans 2 to 3 weekly and have that extra care, attention and reassurance that is so vital. 
The Pregnancy Support Scan Package consists of: 
A Viability Scan at 7 to 9 weeks 
A Dating Scan at 10 weeks 
A Reassurance scan at 16 weeks 
A Fetal Wellbeing Scan at 24 to 34 weeks with complementary 4D Scan if you wish 
Cost: £250 
You may also wish to consider this scan package if you have had any of the following: 
Early pregnancy loss/losses 
Stillbirth 
A baby who has died soon after birth 
Or a pregnancy complicated with any of the following factors: 
Previous small baby (fetal growth restriction) 
Previous pregnancy complicated by blood pressure problems (pre-eclampsia) 
Difficulties getting pregnant or infertility 
Advanced maternal age 
 
 
 
 
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