Multi award-winning pregnancy clinic with fully qualified midwifes
Share the gender of your baby with family and friends at Miracle in Progress!
In addition to our gender confirmation scans, you can choose to reveal the gender of your baby by surprising your loved ones with our ‘pop and see’ balloons.
Depending on the gender of your baby, you’ll receive a balloon filled with pink or blue confetti.
We also offer Facebook Live videos so you can capture the expressions for memories.
FREE heartbeat bear this month!
Contact our clinic to arrange your gender reveal party!
I've been to Miracle in Progress twice now, once for an early scan at 8w and one for a gender scan at 15+1 and both times i've had fantastic service with a smile.
Been here for a 6 week early pregnancy scan, a reassurance scan and today for a gender reveal! All 3 times we have been looked after and loved every minute of being here! They are lovely ladies who know what there doing! Even better to see our little baby lots of times! Will definitely be coming back for our 4d scan in few weeks!
I came here for a gender scan at 16 weeks and 4 days pregnant. The lady who scanned me was very good, she checked baby all over and was very supportive to us after only recently losing our little precious angel last year. We were very happy with the scan photos too. A* we’d highly recommend this clinic.
October 24th, 2018
This fantastic event will offer live demonstrations, such as baby first aid, baby bathing, antenatal classes, plus all the latest equipment for your baby from car seats to the latest pushchairs and baby carriers, alongside an array of stalls...
October 9th, 2018
Are you worried about labor pain? Have any fears of needles and worry about your rhythmic breathing technique going wrong? It’s okay! Here at Miracle in Progress, we are all mothers and can assist you with your worries of...
May 26th, 2018
Midwifery became legally recognised in Britain in 1902 with the first Midwives Act. Despite this, there continued to be a large proportion of women who were supported by midwives who had not been formally trained. “Before the First World...