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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Your first look at your developing baby!
Can you trust that those little lines and bumps on your ultrasound really mean you're having a son or daughter? Get the scoop on how accurate ultrasounds can be in determining your baby's sex!
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.
These expectant parents were so surprised when an ultrasound photo captured their twin daughters cuddling and kissing in the womb.
Find out what to expect at your first and second trimester ultrasound appointments, what you can learn from those ultrasounds, and why you might need an ultrasound (or a few) in the third trimester.
You'll get some interesting stats about your baby during your ultrasound -- here's what all those measurements mean.
Confused about the differences between 2-D, 3-D, and 4-D ultrasounds? Here's everything you need to know about the ultrasound experience.
This Utah couple's baby just flashed the rock-on sign in its sonogram!
This incredibly clear video of a 20-week-old unborn baby is the result of new MRI-enabled images.
Flexing for the ladies, flashing a peace sign, and more: Parents.com readers share some of the surprising things they've seen in their ultrasound images.
You'll get your first glimpse of your baby at this test, but doctors will be ensuring that everything's growing just as it should.
Do you see the angel image in this ultrasound picture?
Their ultrasound image was sleeker, with better handling, than these parents expected!
Your first peek at your new baby can also help the doctor check for any signs of trouble.
If you're worried about the safety of this common prenatal test and wondering if you should get an ultrasound, our experts can help put you at ease.
The risk that comes with taking keepsake ultrasound photos isn't worth it.
Get the scoop on the latest ultrasound technology -- and whether 3-D or 4-D ultrasounds make sense for you.