Here we answer some of the most common pregnancy scans questions:
Q. Can anyone attend Merrion Fetal Health?
Q: Do I need a referral letter?
Q: Do I need to have an appointment?
A: Merrion Fetal Health do provide daily emergency scan services, however, in order to eliminate your waiting time it would be preferable to contact the clinic on 01 6635060 or e-mail us at email@example.com so that we can arrange a suitable time for you.
The clinic is open:
Monday & Friday 8am to 4pm
Wednesday 8am to 8pm
Tuesday & Thursday 8am to 6pm
Q: Can I bring someone along for the scan appointment?
Q: Can I empty my bladder before the scan?
Q: What happens if a problem is detected on scan?
A: If at the time of a scan a problem is suspected, you will be advised at that stage that there may be a problem. A full discussion of the problem may require you to come back for a further scan and discussion with a fetal medicine specialist. This can usually be organised within 24 hours if the problem is deemed urgent.
Most problems that need repeat scanning are not serious and approximately 15% of scans will need to be repeated for one reason or another. Follow-on medical care can be arranged at the National Maternity Hospital if you so wish.
Do you have a question?
Email firstname.lastname@example.org and we would be delighted to answer your query.
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