As the technology of ultrasounds grows, we've seen a new wave of ultrasound from the traditional two dimensional (2D) ultrasounds to the three dimensional or 3D ultrasounds. While many women seem to prefer the look of the new ultrasound as more realistic, they are still not available in every location. Generally, you can certainly find a 3D ultrasound available for most high risk pregnancy centers. More and more physicians and midwives are getting this machines available in their offices. You are most likely to see this offered at the mid-pregnancy ultrasound around the 18-20th weeks of pregnancy. Come look at a collection of ultrasound pictures from all stages of pregnancy.