The baby has enough fat on the face to look like a newborn. A thorough screening of the baby is done, as well as amniotic fluid evaluation, fetal size, and placenta position. This has been dubbed the ”in-utero pediatric exam.”
A 30-minute session is performed at 14–25 weeks. The baby‘s gender can be confirmed by 14 weeks. An “in-utero” pediatric screening exam of the baby will be performed.
A follow-up 30-minute session may be scheduled later in the pregnancy for those patients who have their first exam prior to 27 weeks.