You are here: We offer an early reassurance scan, undertaken between weeks gestation. The scan will provide you with the reassurance you need to continue and enjoy your pregnancy. Anything we see that causes us concern can be managed immediately by our experienced, qualified staff. The 4D scan is a unique opportunity to see and capture moving images of your baby.
Early Pregnancy Assessment Unit (EPAU)
York Teaching Hospital NHS Foundation Trust - Antenatal screening
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This page is a printable version of: We are a specialist unit which manages early pregnancy problems, such as vaginal bleeding or abdominal pain. We see women who are 6 — 12 weeks pregnant. We do not offer a walk in service at this time. Patients are seen by a Nurse or Doctor and an ultrasound may be performed if required.
Menu Close menu. Back to Your pregnancy and baby guide. Ultrasound scans use sound waves to build a picture of the baby in the womb. The scans are painless, have no known side effects on mothers or babies, and can be carried out at any stage of pregnancy. Talk to your midwife, GP or obstetrician about any concerns you have.