Thanks much for visiting us! Here are a few of the frequently asked questions
we have here in the office. If after you have browsed these questions you still
cannot find an answer to your question please contact us.
May I bring children to my appointment?
No, as a courtesy to other patients and our staff, we have a strict no
child policy. In order to be fair to all patients, this policy is strictly
enforced, no exceptions.
How does an ultrasound work?
Diagnostic ultrasound uses high frequency, but low power sound waves.
Unlike X-ray, there is no radiation involved.
Does a normal ultrasound guarantee a normal
No. Many factors can result in either incomplete, or
non-visualization of fetal anatomical structures.
What are some of the factors which can
influence an ultrasound study?
Ultrasound results can be influenced by fetal position, gestational age,
maternal size, placental location, the amount of amniotic fluid, and prior
What does an ultrasound provide?
Ultrasound can provide a qualified physician with useful data about your
baby and its anatomy. While many defects can be seen on ultrasound, it is
important to understand not all problems or defects will be identified.
Can I have family members join me during the
Yes, we welcome you to bring as many as two family members to share
in your experience. These family members will be allowed in the exam room
during the procedure. As always, children are never allowed in the office.
Is there anything I need to know if I am
having an amniocentesis?
Please avoid any strenuous work or physical activity for the remainder of
the day on which the procedure is performed. You will be able to resume
normal activity the following day.
If after you have browsed these questions
you still cannot find an answer to your question
please contact us.