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Learning more about 3D ultrasounds for pregnancy

Thursday, 2. September 2010 1:00

Over the last couples of years, ultrasounds technology has grown faster than ever. For years, doctors from around the world have used 2 dimensional ultrasounds on pregnant women to ensure the good development of their foetus. Nowadays, pregnant women not only have access to two dimensional ultrasounds, but also to three dimensional or 3D ultrasounds, which allow them to have a more realistic and detailed image of their soon-to-be born baby. Although the use of 3D is still not as commonly used, more and more clinics offer 3D ultrasounds to pregnant women.

There are also some cons however to opting for 3D ultrasounds. First, the cost of 3D ultrasounds are still quite pricey compared to 2D ultrasounds. Then, there is the fact that the images taken can be quite chocking, even disturbing to some parents. Indeed, at 6 months, a foetus can ressemble an aliens instead of a tiny human being, which is something parents are sometimes not aware of. This is why some parents still prefer to opt for 2D imaging instead of 3D imaging. Also, some doctors and researchers are concerned by the amount of time the foetus is exposed to the ultrasounds during a 3D session.

Nonetheless, 3D ultrasounds is, with no doubt, a breakthrough in science, and within a few years, will probably become a standard in the use of pregnancy follow ups.

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Mom also bought…

Thursday, 12. November 2009 14:21

Mom-to-be? Check out those bestselling items our customer simply couldn’t live without.

Baby Be Mine Maternity Belly Band 2 Pack 1 Black & 1 White
Baby Be Mine Maternity Belly Band 2-Pack
4 stars
BellaBand Bundle (3 Pack)
BellaBand Bundle (3 Pack)
5 stars
Therafirm Women's 15-20 mmHg Sheer Maternity Pantyhose - in your choice of colors
Therafirm Women’s 15-20 mmHg Sheer Maternity Pantyhose
Baby Bargain
Baby Bargains, 8th Edition: Secrets to Saving 20% to 50% on Baby Stuff! (Paperback)
4 5 stars
Comfort-U Total Body Pillow Full Support Pillow CU9000
Comfort-U Total Body Pillow Full Support Pillow CU9000
5 stars
The Perfect Pregnancy Workout vol. 1
The Perfect Pregnancy Workout vol. 1
4 5 stars

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Books for mom-to-be (or dad-to-be)

Wednesday, 13. May 2009 1:08

Congratulations, you are expecting a baby! Well Moms and Dads-to-be, learning and reading are the key points in a healthy pregnancy. Especially if you are a first parent, there are a lot to expect. We suggest here fun pregnancy journals, books for dad-to-be as well as comprehensive guides that address both the medical and emotional aspects of pregnancy. Books are good ways to learn faster how to be a parent and are a good reference in times of distress (when your own mom is away on vacation and unable to answer your phone calls!). By reading other people advices and suggestions, you will find out that you are not alone, and that other people have probably already experienced what you have experienced and there is a reason or a solution for everything!

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The Baby Name Wizard: A Magical Method for Finding the Perfect Name for Your Baby
$10.15
book-mayo-clinic-guide-to-a-healthy-pregnancyMayo Clinic Guide to a Healthy Pregnancy
$13.57
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The Belly Book: A Nine-Month Journal for You and Your Growing Belly (Potter Style)
$11.53
book-expectant-fatherThe Expectant Father: Facts, Tips and Advice for Dads-to-Be, Second Edition
$9.37
book-baby-bargains-8th-editionBaby Bargains, 8th Edition: Secrets to Saving 20% to 50% on Baby Furniture, Gear, Clothes, Toys, Maternity Wear and Much, Much More!
$11.43
book-the-pregnancy-bibleThe Pregnancy Bible: Your Complete Guide to Pregnancy and Early Parenthood
$19.77

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