We Welcome Marnie Simpson & Casey Johnson for a 4D + Well-being Scan

Window to the Womb Watford opened their doors to former Geordie Shore star Marnie Simpson and her partner Casey Johnson (former X-Factor & Ex-on-the-Beach star). Marnie revealed her pregnancy earlier this year, with the baby due in October. The stars recently announced that they are expecting a baby boy, hosting a gender reveal party in London. We invited Marnie & … Read More

Keeping Cool in Pregnancy

With the warmer weather full steam ahead, it’s important to keep safe in the heat; especially with a little one on the way. Here are some of our key tips for keeping cool during pregnancy. We don’t suggest using the fridge for keeping cool, but we have some alternative tips below! Cover up but wear looser clothing. We recommend lightweight … Read More

Birth Announcement Instagram Captions

Birth Announcement Instagram Captions

Harry & Meghan announced the arrival of baby Archie on May 6th via their joint Instagram account At the moment all eyes are on the Royal family or should we say…all eyes are on the newest member of the royal family: Archie Harrison Mountbatten-Windsor. Whilst literally the whole world is welcoming another little royal, Meghan and Harry used the arrival … Read More

Our 3D 4D Scans Explained

4D Scans Window to the Womb

Are you visiting our clinic for a 3D/4D scan? Here we answer common questions that we’re asked, so you can be well informed about what to expect at your 4D scan appointment A 3D scan is a still image of baby, a 4D scan is a moving image and a HDlive scan uses the latest in ultrasound technology to offer … Read More

Pregnancy Tests Explained

pregnancy test

Your Pregnancy tests explained. This guide is to help you understand the differences in pregnancy tests and the options available to you. Pregnancy tests are designed to tell if your urine or blood contains a hormone called human chorionic gonadotropin (hCG). When the egg and sperm fuse together (fertilisation), they make a new cell from their genetic material. This cell … Read More

Our Private Growth Scans Explained

Gender Scan & Well-being at Window to the Womb

Are you visiting our clinic for a Growth scan? Here we answer common questions that we’re asked, so you can be well informed about what to expect at your appointment. We offer our Growth pregnancy scans from 26 weeks right up to birth! Please note, there must be a 2 week interval between your NHS growth scan and our Growth … Read More

Our Private Early Scans Explained (firstScan Clinics)

Early Scans (firstScan at Window to the Womb)

Are you visiting our clinic for an early pregnancy scan? Here we answer common questions that we’re asked, so you can be well informed about what to expect at your appointment. We offer our early pregnancy scans from 6 weeks at our firstScan clinics, which are operated within our Window to the Womb establishments. For the privacy of our ladies, we do not … Read More

Our Well-being & Gender Scan Explained

Gender Scan & Well-being at Window to the Womb

Are you joining us for a gender scan + well-being or have an upcoming appointment? Wondering what to expect? Well don’t worry…here we’ll answer all your gender scan queries! We are incredibly proud to offer a 99.9% accuracy rate from 16 weeks, which is why we don’t offer gender confirmation before this gestation. This is to ensure that our ladies … Read More

Rose & Gemma’s Pregnancy Experience

Rose & Gemma Pregnancy Sperm Donor

Rose, Gemma & Bump! At Window to the Womb, we love to hear about your pregnancy journeys, and when Rose & Gemma got in touch about their decision to expand their family, getting pregnant through sperm donor, and their scan experience at our Exeter clinic – we just had to share their story with you. Rose and Gemma met just … Read More

RSV – What is Respiratory Syncytial Virus?

RSV in Babies

RSV Virus is a common virus, and almost all children are infected with this by the time they reach 2 years old. The virus can make it’s way down the small airwaves in the lungs (also known as the bronchioles) and cause them to become inflamed.  The virus is spread through coughs and sneezes and can live on surfaces – … Read More