ABOUT MOMMY AND ME 3D 4D ULTRASOUND
Mommy and Me 4D has been proudly serving San Diego and the outreaching areas since 2012 with our 3D 4D Ultrasound scanning services. Since that time we have performed 1000’s of ultrasound procedures and have made friends too numerous to count. Our motto is “Our customers come in happy and leave happier”. We strive to provide our customers a professional and friendly environment that makes us #1 rated in customer satisfaction.
Our sonographers are graduates of accredited diagnostic medical sonography schools with multiple years of experience. They love what they do and the interaction with expectant mothers and their families. They enjoy the special moments as they see their families bond with their unborn child as they view it on the large screen.
Mommy and Me 4D stands behind our Ultrasound Services by offering a Money Back Guarantee. If after 2 sessions the customer feels they did not get the experience they were expecting we will return their money minus a $40.00 sitting fee.
LEARN HOW TO GET THE MOST OUT OF YOUR 3D/4D SESSION WITH US
- If you are just interested in knowing the gender, you can get a gender ultrasound as early as 13 weeks. Any earlier, and the results may not be accurate, leading to an extra coat of paint for your bedroom.
- To get good pictures, 3D ultrasounds are best performed between 20 and 26 weeks, and the best pictures are between 26 and 30 weeks.
- After 32 weeks, there is less fluid around the baby to work with, which can lead to less-than-optimal results. Also, after 32 weeks, the baby may have already descended into the pelvis, making getting any view of the baby impossible.
- After 32 weeks, it becomes very difficult to get a good view due to the limited movement of the baby at this time. Some facilities have successfully completed 3D 4D ultrasounds all the way through 35 weeks, but these results are not typical. You may still be able to schedule an appointment during this time, however, please be aware it is unlikely your session will be as successful as earlier weeks in your pregnancy.
This means eight 8-ounce glasses a day. This helps clear up the amniotic fluid and ensures that there is enough fluid around the baby. Start well in advance; it doesn’t do much good to only drink water the night before or the morning of your 3D ultrasound.
You do not need to have a full bladder, as you would with your medical ultrasound. This is your time, and you want to be comfortable and relaxed so you can enjoy watching your baby. Having a full bladder does not help much with 3D ultrasounds. That being said, if your baby is in a particular awkward location and you already have had a failed attempt in getting good images of the baby, your ultrasound technician may request you come in the next time with a full bladder, though this should be a rare occurrence.
After 19 weeks, your baby is already developing a sleep pattern, and you may be able to predict the time that your baby is most likely to be awake.
If your baby is asleep at the time of your ultrasound appointment and you want to make your baby move, try drinking some orange juice. This has been shown to help stimulate the baby to move. For some women, chocolate also works. Otherwise, try walking around.
The best time for a Baby Ultrasound session is completely a matter of the mothers personal preference. The most popular time is between 26 and 30 weeks. However, many moms want to capture various stages of development as early as 14 weeks all the way up to full term. You have to ask yourself: “What stage or stages do you want to capture?”
A great time to see your babies image in its very earliest development stage and hear your babies heartbeat. Gender determination ultrasounds can be done but are more difficult because the size of the baby is still very small.
A great time to see your baby in its earlier development stages with 3D 4D ultrasound technology. Your baby has begun to develop to where gender determination becomes easier and more certain. Please give us a call if you have any questions.
This is a great time to see your baby in its early development stages. To ensure 100% we recommend you be at least 16 weeks. At this time you can get the full body in the shot, but the baby is smaller and 3D/4D images may not be as vivid because of early stage of development.
22 to 27 weeks is a great time for a baby ultrasound. Images are usually from the mid section and up so you get some of the body with the face, but not too early or into the fully developed stages. At this stage the baby is still small and is just beginning to develop body fat.
A great time to see your baby in its later stages of development. The baby is larger with facial features and 4d ultrasounds will show the fat layers fuller development. Many times you can see the amazing activities of your baby such as yawning after a nap or sucking on their thumb or giving a smile. The baby is larger now so all you may see is the face or sections of the body.