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Can You See Sperm On A Transvagial Ultra Sound
Usually : But it usually takes more than one ultrasound to see. ...Read more
How long would it take your gp doctor to organise a ultra sound scan for an ectopic pregnancy? Would an ectopic pregnancy be picked up in a test?
About 6-7 weeks : Depending on the first day of your last period usually we see a pregnancy around 6-7 weeks (we see a thickening of the uterus lining first around 4 weeks, then a sac with fluid with a little dot (fetal pole) around 5 weeks. If we look with a transvaginal ultrasound we see it around 6-7 (with heartbeat). If you are not sure about dates we do a bhcg; 1500 transvaginal, 2500 abdominal ultrasound. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
You will need to ask: There are many reasons to do an ultrasound. You would need to ask your doctor why you specifically need one. We can answer general questions but do not have access to your specific health information. If you are having problems with your period or something abnormal was felt on exam then maybe the doctor wanted to evaluate it. ...Read more
I'm having a complete abdominal ultra sound tomorrow could you tell me if my female organs will be looked at in this test?
Not necessarily: Usually the request to look at the female organs is done with a "pelvic" ultrasound. So if you want the pelvic organs looked at be sure they specify abdominal and pelvic ultrasound otherwise the pelvic (female) organs may not be fully visualized. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
What might cause an ultra sound tech to ask if my period was heavy during a pelvic and abdomen ultra sound? What could this mean is wrong with me?
What can a transvaginal ultrasound see at only 8dp? Just corpus leutum? can it tell I ovulated and could possibly be pregnant?
Hello, for a Pelvic Ultrasound do the ultrasonographers insert a transducer probe into your vagina? even if you have never had sex?
Not necessarily: Pelvic ultrasound can be done via a trans abdominal probe, this typically requires a full bladder for the study. An endovaginal ultrasound is done via a probe inserted in the vaginal, sometimes this may be possible even if the patient has never had sex, however, it may be uncomfortable. Endovaginal studies typically offer better information depending on the clinical situation. ...Read more
Can a pelvic ultrasound see if your pregnant? (and no it wasn't a trans vaginal pelvic ultrasound)
May need to do trans: Vaginal scan, can see a ht beta on transvaginal scan at 6 weeks sometimes definitely by 7 weeks. ...Read more
Depends: Depends on how much time the examiner is willing to spend looking. By 6.5 weeks the fetal heartbeat (fh) is fairly obvious. At 6 wks it can be very subtle and difficult to distinguish from maternal cardiac pulsations and would require measuring the rate and comparing it to the maternal rate. Not easy or quick! ...Read more
Depends: Anywhere from 5-6 weeks since your last period. It really depends on the resolution of the ultrasound machine. ...Read more
Will they do a transvaginal ultrasound on a virgin if the abdominal one does not show a good picture?
U/s: It will really depend on what they are looking for and how bad/good the abdominal pictures are that they obtain. ...Read more
5 weeks pregnant my hCG is 7042, would i be able to see my baby or a heart beat on an ultrasound?
You can: You can see the heartbeat as early as 5-6 weeks, but not much more. You OB may wait until 8-10 weeks to do an ultrasound, when we can see more of the embryo or make sure it's ok. ...Read more
Neither should hurt: If pap smears were painful, please discuss it with your doctor. You may need to relax and not tense/constrict your vagina around the speculum. ...Read more
Will an ultra sound show your fallophian tubes? And also is it possible to get a perritubular cyst if you have already had one or can they twist
If a man had mild orchitis would it still be easily noticeable on a scrotal ultrasound? What does it look like to the radiologist on the ultrasound?
6-7 weeks from LMP: Transvaginal ultrasound can detect fetal heartbeat earlier than transabdominal ultrasound (5-6 weeks after lmp). Transabdominal ultrasound varies a bit more primarily due to differences in maternal size. In general, the fetal heartbeat should be visible transabdominally by 7 weeks from the first day of the last menstrual period. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I had a transvaginal ultra sound and they found a benign cist and they couldn't find my ovaries, do I need to have more testing or see my OB?
See my obgyn: I would discuss with the Dr. who ordered the test first. ...Read more