A Tiffa (Targeted Imaging for Fetal Anomalies) scan is typically performed between 18-23 weeks of pregnancy to assess the baby's development and detect any potential abnormalities. While there is no set time limit for how long a Tiffa scan should take, it is generally expected to last around 20-30 minutes. However, the duration can vary depending on factors such as the position of the baby, clarity of images obtained, and experience of the sonographer.
In some cases, if all necessary measurements and assessments are successfully completed within a shorter timeframe, it is possible for a Tiffa scan to be finished in less than 10 minutes. This does not necessarily indicate any issues with the quality or accuracy of the scan itself.
It's important to note that the most crucial aspect of a Tiffa scan is obtaining accurate and detailed information about your baby's health. As long as your doctor has confirmed that the results are normal and there are no concerns regarding your baby's well-being, you can have peace of mind knowing that everything appears to be fine.
If you have any specific concerns about the duration or quality of your Tiffa scan, it is always best to discuss them with your healthcare provider. They will be able to provide you with personalized guidance based on your individual circumstances.