Do yourself a favour, go to a proper medical establishment with actual doctors.
This clinic is run by unqualified staff, they don't know what they are doing.
One in three mothers-to-be are suffering from 'scanxiety' - and potentially harming their unborn babies, experts have warned.
Guidelines in the US and the UK advise scans at 12 and 20 weeks to monitor the child's development.
But a new study in England shows that almost a third of expectant mothers are paying for additional private ultrasounds.
Experts warn the excessive intensity of radiowaves could be damaging for the foetus.
The poll of 2,000 mums by parenting site Channel found that one-third of expectant mothers are paying for the extra scans due to anxiety over their babies' health, leading to experts coining the phrase 'scanxiety'.
A further third confess they just want to 'check in' on their baby, without a specific medical reason.
For example if you a tiny sac can be seen in the uterus, but the baby and its heart beat may not be detected yet.Most dating scans are done with a trans-abdominal transducer and a fullish bladder.If the pregnancy is very early the gestation sac and fetus will not be big enough to see, so the transvaginal approach will give better pictures.That would be fine, but instead of giving up, they attempted to get pictures for over an hour. We paid top dollar for this scan, but they wanted even more money to do another scan.The correct thing to do would have been to abandon the scan once it was sure that our daughter was in the wrong position.