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I ha 3D ultrasounds done with my twins. The pictures that you see on the ads are way nicer then what you actually get. And they say the pictures are better later in the pregnancy although that's a catch 22 since the later you get, the more squished they are too. And my girls looked nothing on the ultrasound like they really did when they were born. Also, I had mine done at my then OB's office. I believe the ones done at the stores are kind of hit-or-miss on if you even get someone who has been certified to do ultrasounds. There is also a strange vibrating feeling when the 3D is turned on. Something to keep in mind.
Jaime ~ married to Chad, mommie to Elaine 03/17/08, due 02/14/11 Happy Valentines Day!
I really want to have this US of my boys in case I don't get to meet one of them and I want to be able to share the pictures with his brother and other sibs if things don't go well. Morbid perhaps, but I am going to be having level II US weekly until birth so a 3d/4d is really not going to make that much difference (if any) in our case.
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