How Do I Know If I’m Pregnant?
It may be that the first time it’s confirmed you’re pregnant is when you do a pregnancy test and it’s positive.
If you haven’t done a test yet or have and want to work out how far along in your pregnancy you are, please visit the interpreting your pregnancy test page.
Do I Need To Date My Pregnancy?
You don’t need to do this, but it’s important to have an idea of how far along you are before booking your scan, so that you can ensure you’re booking the right scan for you.
You can book a viability scan by clicking on the blue appointment button below. For more information about the different types of scans we offer, please visit the baby scans page.
Alternatively, please visit the Contact Us page and ring the hospital of your choice.
What Should I Do If I Experience Pregnancy Complications?
There is a range of information pertaining to the various issues that can be experienced in early pregnancy, such as bleeding in early pregnancy.
What Should I Do If I Have Any Questions?
For more information on any of the scans Dr Penman offers, please click the button below.