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Friday, June 21, 2013

Congenital AnomalyScan (CAS) or 4D/3D Ultrasound?

My much awaited gender reveal scan  was done on my 25th week of pregnancy. Since we are on a tight budget due to construction of our "New house", my plan of having 4D/3D Ultrasound  at Ogusca or  InMyWomb did not materialized.

I choose to have Congenital Anomaly Scan instead, after consulting my OB-GYN on what's the most practical choice to take, she said she would mostly recommend CAS because it's a detailed report of baby's development, can check any abnormalities and congenital issues while 4D/3D mostly focus on facial features and serves only as souvenir keepsake for my unborn child. She personally remarked  that  4D/3D has no use  ("walang silbi") compared to CAS and says I can take tons of  pictures after delivery.

I made a practical choice to take CAS; but I swear, if budget permits, I would go for both!(hehe). Thankfully, the results were all normal. My excitement and joy was doubled after Dr. Sonologist revealed that we are having a Girl! An answered prayer! 

Yiheee! a GIRL! (nail art was another story  =P).
Kuya, excited much!
Hi Baby!

In less than 30 minutes, the following were scanned:

CAS worth Php 2,040 at Alabang Medical Clinic - Main Branch

We are truly blessed to have a baby girl as new addition to our family. To be honest, I made a research on "how to conceive a girl", this was actually a planned pregnancy making a 5 years gap from my son. I am 90% confident of conceiving a girl after following some methods. Anyway, there's no harm in trying, I just made an assurance to myself that in case we failed, we can always have another shot! ahihi.

5 comments:

  1. Congrats on finding out you will be having a girl! I'm Heather and I was hoping you would answer my quick question about your blog! My email is Lifesabanquet1(at)gmail(dot)com :-)

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  2. Congrats Sis! We are almost the same, my eldest is a boy followed by a girl but their gap is four years. I just gave birth last December 2012 :)

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  3. Thanks Jem, yup, we're on the same pace right now and that's my reason for not publishing any post for the last 2mos., but I am working now on getting back on this blog asap!

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  4. Thank you very much for keep this information. Gender scan Reading

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  5. Pinapakita po ba ang scan habng ongoing ang procedure?

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