As part of their regular prenatal care, most women will have at least one Ultrasound performed while pregnant. These ultrasounds are often two-dimensional (2D), giving a picture-like representation of the fetus. In a medical setting, ultrasounds are a secure and reliable ultrasound technology for assessing a fetus and identifying issues. However, it is generally not advised to perform ultrasounds for non-medical purposes. Health professionals typically recommend avoiding “keepsake” three-dimensional (3D) and four-dimensional (4D) ultrasounds, which provide still and moving images of your unborn child in the uterus from the ultrasound machine because they have no recognized medical benefits and expose patients for extended periods.