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What to expect at your Ultrasound Appointment:

Welcome to our office, and thank you for choosing us as your Cheyenne ultrasound, pregnancy, and gynecologic care provider. If another doctor’s office referred you to us, we will send that provider a report. We will also give you as much information as possible.

We are very proud to currently be the only AIUM–accredited ultrasound department for obstetrical and gynecologic ultrasound in the state of Wyoming. AIUM accreditation means that our ultrasound program has passed a rigorous evaluation including patient safety and comfort issues, sanitation, maintenance of reliable records, and proper training and continued education of doctors and ultrasonographers. Our Cheyenne team provides a wide range of ultrasound services including first trimester scans, fetal anatomy surveys, fetal growth and biophysical scans, scans on multiple gestations, high risk scans, and second opinion/consultation.

Our AIUM-accredited ultrasound department employs ultrasonographers who specialize and are registered in the field of obstetrics and gynecology. We have state-of-the-art ultrasound machines. All scans are interpreted by one of our board-certified obstetricians-gynecologists.

Video taping for non-diagnostic purposes is not performed; however, keepsake still images of your baby will be provided via text and all images will be available in MyChart. Please be aware that fetal position, or other anatomical factors, may limit our ability to obtain optimal keepsake images.

While we do have 3D/4D ultrasound capabilities, they are reserved for cases in which there is a known/suspected fetal abnormality. In the setting of a fetal abnormality, technology may sometimes be beneficial; however, the limitations of 3D are often the same as 2D; therefore, this technology is used at the attending physician’s or the ultrasonographer’s discretion. We try to give 3D images during the fetal anatomy scan, but cannot guarantee image outcomes.

Depending upon the baby’s position and gestational age, we can tell you what sex we think the baby will be. Please keep in mind that ultrasound is not 100% accurate in fetal sex determination

About your bladder:

All OB ultrasounds need to come with a full bladder. Gynecological or non-pregnant ultrasound need an empty bladder unless otherwise specified. It is also possible that you may be asked to empty your bladder during part of the examination, especially if a trans-vaginal probe is used.

Most of the time, your insurance is likely to cover the cost of the ultrasound examination that your doctor or health care provider has recommended. If the cost is not covered, you will become responsible for the charges, and will need to make arrangements in our business office for payment or to set up a payment plan.

It is truly our pleasure to serve you, and if you have any questions or concerns please ask one of us to assist you, or explain anything that you do not understand. We want your ultrasound experience to be as pleasant and as informative as possible.

Our ultrasound theaters in Cheyenne are large and comfortable with big screen HD TV monitors, and friends and family are encouraged to be present for your ultrasound examination if you so desire.