Baby's First Images is an AAUIF Accredited ultrasound facility member.
If you don't have your session done here, you should ask if "your specific session" will be performed by one.
Another way to answer this question is to read the official statement of the American Institute of Ultrasound in Medicine: accreditation requires every session be performed by a real Diagnostic Medical Sonographer have graduated from an allied health accredited school qualifying them as RDMS registered or registry eligible.
" Use this chart below to choose but many moms want to see various stages.
There is always "give and take" at each stage of development, but they are all beautiful. ***The most important factor you have to remember is that if you don't drink lots of water the week prior to your appointment, you will not get good 3D/4D images.
Twins should come in around 17 weeks or so in attempt to get them together and before 28 weeks.
Because you see different things at different stages (and all repeat sessions receive 10-20% off), many mothers visit 2 - 4 times to capture the different stages of development. In order to capture and play back your baby's 4D movement, you will need to make sure you have chosen to record your session to a DVD video disk. you will see his/her movements and gestures in the color video.However, the most important factor is the position of the baby.Other critical factors include the amount of amniotic fluid (drink lots of water! 2D technology is the "black/white" technology used primarily for gender determination and to listen to the baby's heartbeat. 4D LIVE is 3D in movement or video so if your baby is sucking his/her thumb, crying, yawning, stretching, etc.