The experience of a pregnancy scan at Mageløs
"At Mageløs Graviditetsscanning, I was welcomed with a wonderful warmth and joy. There was a sincere interest in us; me and my boyfriend, and indeed our pregnancy, without it being mere chit chat or too many questions I should relate to. The scan was beautifully thorough, very informative and open minded - and there was room for questions and absolutely no sense of time pressure or routine. What I wanted to see, I saw and if I wanted to see something again, that's what we did. All in all, a place where I, my boyfriend and our baby were at the centre of attention and where there was time for us and what we were experiencing. " Julie Berthelsen
Room for questions and the time you need
We are very pleased with Julie's feedback about her experience when receiving a pregnancy scan at Mageløs Graviditetsscaning. We would like to offer you the peace of mind of knowing that quality is of the utmost highest priority here and provide you with the knowledge that there is a great understanding of the feelings and issues that occur during a pregnancy scan.
We'd be more than happy to answer all your questions - also by email or phone prior to the scan. Therefore, we also set aside ample time, so we don't need to rush. That way, we ensure you have a great experience in a safe, quiet and comforting environment. Being pregnant and seeing your coming child, for maybe the first time, is a very special experience - so the pregnancy scan must of course also be.
A great experience for the expecting father
Seeing the baby by ultrasound scan can make the pregnancy feel more real and tangible for the expecting father. He does not feel life and other changes on his own body in the same way as the expecting mother, which makes pregnancy very concrete for the pregnant woman. By gaining an insight into "life in the stomach" and seeing pictures of the little one, he can more easily create a connection with the unborn child.
At Mageløs Graviditetsscanning, you are also very welcome to share the moment with other relatives and possibly future siblings. However, it should be mentioned that it is often difficult for smaller children less than 6 years to interpret and understand the scan images. But the fact that the whole family shares the experience can create a strong connection for all of you.