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Important: roadworks starting in January 2018 mean there will be delays when driving to the John Radcliffe Hospital. The Obstetric Ultrasound and Fetal Medicine department offers both a Consultant and Sonographer-led service.All pregnant women are offered screening tests for Down's Syndrome. We run clinics every morning by an appointment system.Talk to your midwife, GP or obstetrician about any concerns you have.For many women, ultrasound scans are the highlight of pregnancy.Most scans are carried out by specially trained staff called sonographers.The procedure is carried out in a dimly lit room so the sonographer is able to get good images of your baby. You will then be asked to lower your skirt or trousers to your hips and raise your top to your chest.Pregnancy and the fetal heart can be seen from six weeks gestation by vaginal scan and from eight to nine weeks by abdominal scan.Accurate measurements and images are taken of the gestational sac and the 'crown to rump' length of the embryo, to accurately date the pregnancy.

The gel makes sure there is good contact between the machine and your skin.This test is offered to women who are more than 14 weeks pregnant at the time of the scan or in whom it has not been technically possible to obtain the measurements required for the Nuchal scan.The quadruple test is a blood test performed at 15 - 20 weeks of pregnancy.The tissue collected is then tested for chromosomal abnormalities.Initial results are usually available within 2 - 3 working days, with a full report available within 2 - 3 weeks. Using ultrasound guidance, a sample of amniotic fluid is taken using a needle inserted through the abdominal wall.See What if a screening test shows a possible problem?