Fertility and Early pregnancy specialist ultrasound scans

A dedicated ultrasound specialist service providing you with
fertility and early pregnancy scans on your fertility journey

Getting Pregnant is Your Journey

We can assist you through any or all of your stages from trying to conceive to when you get your positive pregnancy test by providing instant access to our specialist ultrasound service. View our range of ultrasound scans and book now for the next available appointment or request a call back if you would like to talk to our clinical specialist radiographer.

Our Scans

To view more information on our range of fertility treatment scans or if you know your date

Fertility treatment ultrasound scans

During fertility assessment and treatment measurements of the dominant follicle occur, and an assessment can be made if ovulation is about to occur. A follow up ultrasound post ovulation can confirm if ovulation has occurred. Are you working with a fertility clinic abroad?

If you know when you need your scan

Early pregnancy ultrasound reassurance scans

An early pregnancy assessment ultrasound is a high resolution transvaginal ultrasound scan that occurs between approximately 7-12 weeks gestation.  This highly specialized scan is carried out by our qualified ultrasonographers and takes approximately 15 minutes. Early pregnancy ultrasound reassurance scans – have you had a positive result from an IVF treatment or have you just found out you are pregnant and would like reassurance. For more information on our 6- 8 week gestation ultrasound scans

Request an urgent call back from our clinical specialist radiographer to book in for an urgent ultrasound scan

Suspected miscarriage ultrasound scan

At fertility imaging we understand the pain and anxiety associated with a suspected miscarriage. For more information on our urgent service

Diagnostic Fertility wellbeing follicle tracking scans

Are you trying to get pregnancy, have you now identified yourself as TTC on social media forums? Our diagnostic follicle tracking package is geared towards women who have taken the first steps of their fertility journey. Please select one of the following that suits your needs.

Blood Tests

The Harmony prenatal blood test is a simple noninvasive maternal blood test that can check the risk to your pregnancy of having genetic conditions including Down’s syndrome (Trisomy 21), Trisomy 18 (Edward’s syndrome) and Trisomy 13 (Patau syndrome).

Why choose Fertility Ultrasound Imaging

  • No waiting times for appointments

  • Immediate obstetric reports available

  • Evening and weekend appointments available

  • All medical reports are completed within 24 hours.

  • Findings that require urgent medical attention will be communicated immediately to your referring Clinician

  • All ultrasounds performed by CORU registered Clinical Specialist Radiographers
  • All reports and ultrasound images are emailed to your co coordinator immediately after your ultrasound scan

  • Same day urgent referrals accepted

  • State of the art equipment

  • Free parking

You can expect reliability, confidentiality and honesty from our team of ultrasound clinical specialists. Your experience at our clinic matters to us.

If you would like to book an early pregnancy scan for reassurance, we can scan up to 14 weeks gestation. Please email [email protected] for more information on how we are ensuring patient safety during COVID19.

What Is An Ultrasound Scan?


An ultrasound scan is a test that uses high frequency sound waves to create a live, moving image of a person’s internal body structure or in the case of pregnancy imaging of the developing baby. The image is displayed on a monitor while the scan is being performed. During the examination, a small amount of clear, water based gel is applied to the area of examination. The sonographer then moves an ultrasound probe over the area of interest, pressing gently when required.

For some ultrasound examinations preparation such as fasting or filling your bladder will be required. We will provide instructions over the phone prior to the examination. Ultrasound does not use ionising radiation and there are no contraindications associated with its use.