We cannot speak for other facilities or their advertisements, but we can tell you that Pink-A-Blue customers are always overwhelmingly satisfied, and return to Pink-A-Blue for each subsequent pregnancy. While scheduling your appointment, we always provide detailed instructions during our phone conversation about what you can do to achieve great pictures. When all instructions are […]
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We understand life is busy, and plans change…if you are unable to attend your Pink-A-Blue for any reason please call 48 hours in advance to either cancel or reschedule prior to your appointment. There are other moms just like you who would like to have your appointment spot if you can’t make it. If you […]
Yes, we do require that all moms have a least a semi full bladder for their Pink-A-Blue. This helps hold the baby outside your pelvis, and makes it easier to visualize. It is best to empty your bladder NO LESS THAN 15 minutes prior to your Pink-A-Blue appointment time. (For example, if your Pink-A-Blue is […]
You should arrive to Pink-A-Blue five to ten minutes before your scheduled appointment. The appointment time we give you is the start time of your Pink-A-Blue, therefore all paperwork and payments should take place a few minutes before this time. Your ultrasound will begin at the time your appointment is scheduled, so please arrive on […]
You may wear whatever you like, however Pink-A-Blue recommends that you NOT wear your regular jeans that button and zip. Not only do regular jeans make it harder to visualize the pelvic area because they are tight, but the button and zipper on regular jeans may pose a threat to the special 4D probe. Maternity […]
The digital album is actually an App for your smart phone or tablet with all of the images from your Pink-A-Blue!
The CD will have all of the still images taken during your Pink-A-Blue. The pictures are saved in JPEG format so you can use the CD to print more pictures, email, or post to FACEBOOK. The DVD will record your entire Pink-A-Blue from start to finish. You can view your DVD on a DVD player […]
2D or 2 Dimensional ultrasound is standard black and white ultrasound like they use at your Dr’s office. With 2D ultrasound you will see the baby’s organs and skeletal system. This is very useful for measurements, heart beat, and to detect abnormalities. 3D or 3 Dimensional ultrasound redirects the sound waves as to show the […]
Breech position simply means that the baby’s head is positioned at the top of your uterus. If you know that your baby is breech prior to your Pink-A-Blue we do advise you reschedule you appointment a few weeks to allow more time for the baby to turn into the vertex or head down position. Good […]