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Pregnancy at week 10

Think about the prenatal screening tests you might have, and whether you want a dating scan to confirm your due date.

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Screening for Down syndrome

Down syndrome is a chromosomal disorder affecting 1 in 1,100 babies. Screening tests for Down syndrome are routinely offered to pregnant women.

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Checkups, scans and tests during pregnancy

Handy infographic that shows what you can expect at each antenatal appointment during your pregnancy.

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Questions to ask your doctor about tests and scans

Questions to ask your doctor about the tests and scans you will be offered during your pregnancy.

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Dating scan

A dating scan is an ultrasound scan to determine how many weeks pregnant you are and your due date. Learn more about how the procedure is performed.

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Ultrasound scan

Most women will have at least one ultrasound scan during their pregnancy. It usually takes place between 18 weeks and 21 weeks.

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Vaginal ultrasound

A vaginal ultrasound (also called an internal, pelvic or transvaginal ultrasound) lets a medical professional observe a fetus and check reproductive health.

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Pregnancy - prenatal tests - Better Health Channel

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Nuchal Translucency Scan - InsideRadiology

InsideRadiology provides free and easily accessible, accurate, up to date and credible information about medical imaging tests and procedures.

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18-20 Week Screening Pregnancy Ultrasound - Consumers - InsideRadiology

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