Hello Mommy! Are you expecting right now? Well, congratulations! Seeing the two lines in your pregnancy test is really overwhelming, right? A visit to your OB-Gyne doctor is the start of your pregnancy journey. Expect that by your first visit, aside from different tests including urine and blood tests, she will also require you to have an ultrasound (Transvaginal Ultrasaound or TVS if you’re on your first trimester). If you’re in Cebu City and you’re asking questions like where and how much will it cost you, then you’re on the right page!
I gathered the list of clinics/hospitals in Cebu City where you can have your baby checked. I also included the contact details and the price list.
- Chong Hua Hospital – Imaging ServicesAddress: Don Mariano Cui Street, Fuente Osmeña, Cebu City
Telephone Number: 255-8000 (local 5166)
Transvaginal/Pelvic Ultrasound = Php 1,300
Congenital Anomaly Scan = Php 2,000
3D/4D Ultrasound = Php 4,200 (Note: CHH only do this if you’re 26-28 weeks pregnant. Still, I suggest you ask the staff-in-charge as there might be changes regarding this one.)
- CUPSI Laboratory CebuAddress: CWC Bldg, 2 B. Rogriguez St, Cebu City, 6000 Cebu
Telephone Number:254-2380 / 254-3208
Transvaginal/Pelvic Ultrasound = Php 720
Congenital Anomaly Scan = Php 1,920
3D/4D Ultrasound = Php 3,120 (Note: This includes results/measurements of the baby and DVD together with photos and videos)
- TOTAL Health DiagnosticsAddress: Don Julio Llorente St, Cebu City, Cebu
Telephone Number: 412-3973
Website/Facebook: None but you may visit this page for the details about their ultrasoundPrice:
Transvaginal/Pelvic Ultrasound = Php 800
Congenital Anomaly Scan = Php 1,500
3D/4D Ultrasound = Php 1,200 (Note: This includes only DVD containing photos and videos. You need to schedule and pay for pelvic ultrasound if you want to get results/measurements of your baby.)
There are still other clinics/hospitals in Cebu City which I haven’t included to the list above. If you want a place to be added, please send us a message here.
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