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What is a Keepsake Ultrasound?

A keepsake ultrasound is a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to obtain images of an unborn child, images that can be treasured for a lifetime.

A keepsake ultrasound is completed for patient purposes. It is often referred to as a "reassurance" exam typically done between the 23rd and 34th week of the pregnancy.

Why would you want a Keepsake Ultrasound?

Reasons for a keepsake ultrasound are endless. Who can measure the benefits obtained from these precious views? Some of the reasons advanced to us by mothers, fathers and families who have had a keepsake ultrasound include the following:

  • A desire to share the pregnancy with family, friends and loved ones
  • The mother, father and/or family wanting reassurance
  • The "first look" at the baby and related images that can be treasured for a lifetime
  • The creation of a parenting tool and images that speak of the love and sacrifice of the parents.

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