Ultrasound

An ultrasound, also known as a sonogram, is fetal imaging that is used to see what's going on with your baby and how she is developing inside your body. Here you'll learn all about ultrasounds, discover why they're necessary, what they feel like, and more.

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What to Expect: Ultrasound Costs
Ultrasounds are common for most people during pregnancy, but they can be expensive. Here's what you need to know about ultrasound costs, insurance coverage, and affordable options.
An Embroidered Ultrasound Helped This Blind Dad-to-Be to 'See' His Baby on the Way
Dad-to-be Nathan Edge is completely blind and couldn't see his pregnant girlfriend's 12-week sonogram—so she surprised him with an embroidered version he could feel.
Are 5D Ultrasounds Even a Real Thing?
5D ultrasounds claim to be the "gold standard" of ultrasound technology, but are they any different to 3D ultrasounds?
You Won't Believe These Incredible MRI Images of a Developing Baby
This incredibly clear video of a 20-week-old unborn baby is the result of new MRI-enabled images.
Pregnancy Ultrasounds Week by Week
As it turns out, most women only need a couple of ultrasounds during pregnancy. Read on to learn more about these important prenatal scans.
Are Ultrasounds Safe for Baby?
How many ultrasounds are safe during pregnancy, and can the prenatal tests harm a fetus? Our experts will put your mind at ease.
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Gender Ultrasound: Are You Having a Boy or Girl?
Learn more about the accuracy of gender ultrasounds, and find out how doctors determine if you’re having a boy of girl. 
All About the 20-Week Ultrasound
The mid-pregnancy anatomy scan may be the most eagerly anticipated ultrasound of any you'll get as a parent-to-be. Find out what you'll see when you have yours.