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Do Ultrasound Technicians Check The Fetus Labia
An ultraound, also known as a sonogram, is a painless and relatively inexpensive imaging test that utilizes sound waves instead of ionizing radiation. There are no side effects. Ultrasound can give us two-dimensional, and in some applications three-dimensional, images of structures and organs in virtually any part of the body. In addition to diagnostic uses, such as evaluating abnormalities in the abdomen, pelvis, and breast, ultrasounds are commonly used to guide needle and catheter placement in a variety of surgical ...Read more
Do doctors always use a condom to cover the ultrasound probe before doing the transvaginal ultrasound? how is the probe cleansed after using?
Yes: The condom is new for each patient. Then the ultrasound is cleaned with a sterilizing solution. ...Read more
Yes: Ultrasound can give three dimensional measurements of most organs height, depth, and width. Most common organs measured are kidneys, spleen, liver, ovaries, uterus, bladder, and two dimensional measurements of appendix aorta, and inferior vena cava. Of course if tumor or lymph nodes present these can be measured. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Problem with baby: Blood flow in the mca (middle cerebral artery) may be abnormal if a baby is not getting enough oxygen, either because it has anemia so that it's blood cannot carry enough oxygen, or because it is not getting enough oxygen from the placenta. If your baby is not growing well, or if you have an infection or problem that might be causing anemia, your doctor may look at the baby's mca with ultrasound. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Sound picture of ute: Ulrasounds are sound pictures and in the pelvic area they will define the uterus, blaader and both ovaries, and it will show if there is any abnormalities like cysts in ovaries or a tumour n the uterus and fetus in pregnancy, which can be seen kicking and you can determine the sex of the baby as well, and any abnormalities can be seen. ...Read more
Why would ultrasound tech look at bladder and kidneys during pelvic ultrasound? Radiologist didn't come i after the scan?
Pregnancy complications, if they check the umbilical cord would the doctors/ ultrasound tech check for knots in the cord?
Would a corpus luteum be visible on transvaginal ultrasound at possibly 7 weeks pregnant if sonographer looked at the ovaries and radiologist read it? Also, sonographer saw the endometrium at 3 mm clearly is there any way missed gestational sac?
Strange: So that is a strange ultrasound in a normal pregnancy at 7 weeks. No sac and very thin lining. May mean you are not really 7 weeks and much less like 4-5 weeks, or it may mean the pregnancy is abnormal. Corpus luteum cyst usually seen. Ectopic pregnancy is a possibility. Very important to speak with your OBGYN and figure things out ...Read more
What are the different types of ultrasound? I've heard about level 2 ultrasound and seen some friends 3d ultrasound photos. What should I ask my ultrasound tech so i can get the best ultrasound pic of by baby?
Does a level 2 ultrasound tell you , your babys gender and do they.Give 3d pics after the handle the important aspects of the test? Hwhats its cost?
No: The routine female pelvic ultrasound includes evaluationof the uerus , ovaries and area between the ovaries and uterus. The bladder is present on the examination but is frequently not fully evaluated. In some practices a limited view of the kidneys is obtained but this is certainly ot the standard nor is it routine. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
My ob asked for 5 ultrasounds
Anomaly scan level 2
Colour Doppler scan
Are they necessary can they be harmful?
No: There has been no convincing evidence that ultrasounds are harmful to a developing fetus. If your OB thinks they are necessary, it is a good idea to follow their advice. Hope this helps! ...Read more
At 12, 16 or 20 week: There are different ways to test for abnormalities and no one test can find all the problems. At 12 weeks a first screen can test for downs syndrome. At 16 weeks a quad screen or an amniocentesis can test for downs syndrome, abdominal wall defects and spine defects. At 19-20 weeks an ultrasound will look for other abnormalities. You should talk to your doctor about which ones are right for you. ...Read more
I'm 14 wks pregnant. My first ob appt. I had a sonogram to detect the measurement of the baby to know the exact weeks of pregnancy. They discovered so?
Incomplete question: To get the most from HT, you submit enough background information for site docs to review and a concise question that reflects the info submitted. You did not ask a recognisable question. This is not a chat room, so any question must be complete,We do not have access to any previous question or data you upload.You are welcome to start over. ...Read more
Yes: I would argue that any medical procedure done by a physician these days should be done with gloves. Actually i can emphatically state that any procedure involving a needle introduced into the body, should be done with the examiner wearing gloves and for a surgical procedure, sterile gloves. Yep, i don't think anyone will argue with that statement. Nonsterile gloves are ok for simple blood draws. ...Read more
Heart beat: At that early stage of development what we typically look for is a good heart rate. We look to see how baby is moving. And of course dating. When to expect to deliver the baby. It is a little too early for a complete an atomic study but if there was anything standing out it would be reported ...Read more
Are frequent ultrasound checks ( including transvaginal) safe in pregnancy? What the recommended waiting time between each ultrasound?
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