After this a small embryo becomes apparent at about 6 weeks.When the embryo becomes 4mm (6weeks and 2 days), the fetal heart should be visible.The ultrasound will almost always be done through the belly, allowing you to see your baby for the first time.
There is certainly no need to be uncomfortably full.
We suggest that you go about your normal daily routine but just not empty the bladder half an hour before the scan.
All scans are performed by a qualified Sonographer with diagnostic obstetric scanning experience.
Determination of fetal gestation, dating of pregnancy, single or multiple pregnancy confirmation using ultrasound between 12 – 16 weeks gestation, no sexing. Includes: This scan includes viewing your baby in live 4D from available views and thermal b/w 3D scan prints at no extra charge.
By about 8 weeks the embryo can be readily seen by transabdominal scan. It really depends on the reason for having the scan.