When expectant management is chosen, most experts recommend beginning twice-weekly antenatal surveillance at 41 weeks with biophysical profile or nonstress testing plus amniotic fluid index (modified biophysical profile); induction may be deferred until 42 weeks if this surveillance is reassuring.Postterm pregnancy is defined as that lasting beyond 294 days or 42 weeks' gestation.For total peace of mind it is worth paying for a level of gynaecology care that simply isn’t available from the NHS.Flexible appointment times, an exemplary standard of friendly, professional service and a superb environment for consultations, surgery and recovery – all combine to make the care provided by the Gynae Centre second to none. The overall cost of treatment is dependent on your individual case.All pregnant women are offered an ultrasound scan at around 8-14 weeks of pregnancy. It's used to see how far along in your pregnancy you are and check your baby's development.
removal of fibroids, etc.): to be discussed at the time of consultation Are the cost covered by my medical insurance?The fee is always fully explained and detailed prior to the start of the treatment.Consultations Private consultation by appointment (30 min) flexible: £200 We will be happy to arrange an Emergency consultation, or Sunday appointment: £300 Follow-up consultation within one month (15 min) flexible: £180 Repeat prescription within 12 months: £130 Well Woman checks Level 1 health screen: £475 Level 2 health screen: £575 Level 3 health screen: £700 Cervical cancer screen: £160 Ovarian cancer screen: £475 Breast screen consultation: £200 Breast screen consultation ultrasound or Mammography: £400 Mini sexual health screen: £170 Full sexual health screen: £400 Fertility screen: £475 Gynaecology scans Transvaginal scan: £210 Abdominal scan: £210 Obstetric & Gynae ultrasound by Consultant Gynaecologist: £210 We will be happy to arrange an Emergency consultation, or Sunday appointment: £320 Abnormal Smear & Colposcopy Colposcopy: £250 Consultation: £200 (no hidden charges) Cervical biopsy: £230 if necessary Loop Excision (LLETZ) under local anaesthesia including specimen analysis: £990 Fertility Ovulation scan Mini Consultation: £190 Initial full fertility scan (including endometrial thickness): £210 Follow-up endometrial thickness scan: £160 Follicle tracking scan: £160 Follicle tracking cycle (Up to 4 scans): £550 Fertility ovarian reserve scan: £210 Fertility screen ultrasound scan and blood test short consultation: £475 Saline infusion sonography / Aqua scan: £450 Tubal patency test by Hycosy: £450 Pregnancy scans by consultant Pregnancy confirmation scan: £210 Early pregnancy scan for viability and dating: £210 Gender scan from as early as 12 weeks with 99% accuracy: £600 Gender scan after 16 weeks with 100% accuracy: £300 Non-Invasive Prenatal Testing (NIPT) for Downs screen Harmony Prenatal Test including consultation £200 plus test £500 Panorama Basic Test including consultation £200 plus test £500 () Sexual Health Mini sexual health screen: £180 Full sexual health screen: £400 Cervical smear: £150 HPV test: £130 Herpes swab: £80 Herpes blood test: £80 Diathermy for genital warts – Small: £450; Medium: £650 and Large: £900 Human Papilloma Virus (HPV) vaccination – Gardasil: £200 Family Planning Copper Coil consultation: £200 £160 for coil & fitting Coil removal consultation: £200 £80 if threads are seen Consultation: £200 £160 if threads are not seen (though it may not be possible to retrieve the threads and coil) MIRENA coil insertion: £300 (includes free follow-up after 6 weeks) Termination of pregnancy, up to 10 weeks: Note: Medical and Surgical Abortion services are available between 6 and 10 weeks of pregnancy.You may need to have a full bladder for this scan, as this makes the ultrasound image clearer.You can ask your midwife or doctor before the scan if this is the case. Find out more about what happens during a pregnancy ultrasound scan.