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You will be offered the scan at your booking appointment with your hospital or doctor, or your GP may offer to refer you for the ultrasound.

The scan will happen when you are between 18 weeks and 20 weeks plus six days pregnant.

It may also be offered after 11 or 12 weeks if a trans-abdominal scan doesn’t give a clear enough picture.

From 11 or 12 weeks, including at the routine booking-in scan, it is more common to have a trans-abdominal scan.

Doctors usually call this a fetal anomaly scan, and may also use this scan to check the position of the placenta.

This is the most important scan in your entire pregnancy as it will pick up structural problems in the baby.

However, although it's lovely to see your baby, the scan's main purpose is to confirm that your baby is developing normally.

Most hospitals or centres allow you to watch the scan, which takes about 20 minutes, as it is being performed.

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That may give some information about your pregnancy, but it is less clear than an internal scan and that could possibly delay diagnosis.

If you haven't already had a scan in this pregnancy, the doctor will check that there is only one baby, and confirm your due date.

The doctor will point out your baby's heartbeat and parts of his body, such as his face and hands, before looking at him in detail.

Ultrasound scans in pregnancy may be routine or they may be offered because of pain or bleeding or because of problems in a previous pregnancy. In early pregnancy, especially before 11 weeks, it is usual to have a trans-vaginal (internal) scan, where a probe is placed in the vagina.

This gives the clearest and most accurate picture in early pregnancy.