Your baby is counting on you.

Ultrasounds are routine for most expectant moms. They also are the first step in making sure your baby’s heart is developing normally. Knowing there's a problem before birth means getting answers sooner.

Educate yourself with these tools from the Fetal Cardiology Program at Boston Children’s Hospital. We offer families a continuum of care and support, from diagnosis and counseling to treatment and beyond.

Questions to ask at your ultrasound

In this short video, learn what questions to ask the person performing your 18- to 22-week screening ultrasound to make sure your baby’s heart is normal.

Questions to ask at your ultrasound


Three things to know about your baby's heart

Critical information about your baby’s heart can help you determine if your baby has a heart defect. Print out this one-sheeter before your next prenatal appointment.

Hypoplastic Left Heart Syndrome Guide


An expectant parent’s guide to hypoplastic left heart syndrome (HLHS) and other single ventricle heart defects

Includes definitions, treatment options and support resources. Available in both English and Spanish.

REQUEST: An expectant parent’s guide to hypoplastic left heart syndrome (HLHS) and other single ventricle heart defects

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