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Cindi Cradduck; Belly Vision

"I love watching families bond with their babies"

Cindi Cradduck
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Meet Your Sonogropher

Cindi Cradduck, RDMS

Cindi has been an OBGYN Registered Sonographer since 2004. She graduated from UMBC and previously worked as the Lead Sonographer at Walter Reed National Military Medical Center in Bethesda, Maryland and went on to work for Shady Grove Fertility.

Belly Vision was started in 2010 as a way to decommercialize the ultrasound experience while also providing care and comfort in an intimate environment. Clients are encouraged to bring close friends and family to experience the moment.

During your visit with Belly Vision, Cindi will capture every possible smile, yawn, sucking of the fingers or toes, and even the opening and closing of the eyes. The entire experience is designed to be comfortable, homey, and most importantly memorable. So what are you waiting for? Book an appointment today


Diagnostic Ultrasounds


19-25 Weeks

Check your baby’s brain, heart, facial structure, kidneys, bladder, 3V cord, placenta location, spine, amniotic fluid, and cervical length will be done.


22 -27 Weeks

Heartbeat check, estimated baby weight, and proper growth evaluate: Baby’s heart, placenta and fluid Gender verification if desired

Growth & Biophysical

28-40 Weeks

Check the position of the baby. Hear the baby’s heartbeat. Measure the baby to find out the estimated weight Evaluate: Fetal brain, Kidneys, Stomach, Bladder, heart, and Placenta Check the baby’s breathing, movement, blood flow, and fluid.

Biophysical Profile

28 Weeks And Above

Heartbeat, position, body movements, muscle tone (position of flexion or extension at rest), breathing movements (the baby’s ability to move his chest muscles and diaphragm), amount of amniotic fluid around the baby, and umbilical cord blood flow

Position Check

Hear the baby’s heartbeat. Check the position of the baby. The study is done close to your due date to help determine the mode of delivery, Vaginal vs C-section.

Complete Pelvic

Check the anatomical structure of the uterus, ovaries, and surrounding areas.

*The patient needs to come with a full bladder

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