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Fluid Around An Iud In An Ultrasound
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
My pelvic ultrasound:tiny cyst with in the endometrium in the endometrial body, could be an early gestational sac or an endom. Cyst. What could it be?
I'm having an ultrasound scan on my neck an was wondering Would an ultrasound scan be able to detect a lymphoma or an abnormal mass in my neck?
Ultrasound states I have complex fluid in the pouch of douglas, fluid in pelvis & possibly a hydrosalpinx. Trying to conceive. Should i be worried?
During an ultrasound the mirena (levonorgestrel) coil is found to be in place however she found a 1cm tubular structure in my cervix? What could it be?
It should: Ultrasounds are quite good at localizing ectopic pregnancies, or at least documenting empty uteri. ...Read more
How likely is the fluid in and around my ankle joint, found via a CT scan, an infection like septic joint?
At 32 weeks gestation i had an ultrasound that showed a circumscribed 24x18x11 mm hypoechoic fluid collection in the placenta near cord insertion?
Fibers: I would imagine the fibers would be too small to show up on an us. ...Read more
How accurate is an ultrasound done in an emergency room Ultrasoundroom? in relation to pregnancy ?
See answer: Ultrasound is severely limited by bowel gas – if one is evaluating intestines (large or small bowel) , generally ct is a diagnostic consideration or possibly a barium examination (either upper or lower GI depending on the area of interest). Lastly, for repeated evaluation of bowel, as in crohns disease or for concern related to radiation, MRI enterography may be an option in the correct clinical s. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Besides a burst/ruptured cyst, what could cause a lot of fluid in an ovary (fluid picked up in a transvaginal scan)?
Male fetus ultrasound (35w 4d) which showed an enlarged fetal bladder. Normal amniotic fluid and kidneys. Is this typical in third trimester?
Specific case: This is a very specific case that requires a doctor to evaluate the exact findings of the sonogram to determine if it is normal or not. You will need to seek clarification from your doctor regarding the term “enlarged bladder” to determine if further testing, follow up sonograms or a referral to a perinatologist is indicated. ...Read more
Would a leaking/ruptured ovarian cyst that caused peritonitis likely show fluid on an ultrasound?
Probably would: Leaking or ruptured cysts contain fluid or sometimes blood. Ultrasound is excellent for looking for that fluid. ...Read more
Could endometriosis make mirena (levonorgestrel) harder to remove or be seen on an ultrasound? The mirena (levonorgestrel) string are in my uterus with the device
No specific cure: Oligohydramnios occurs infrequently in pregancy and there is no specific cure. Sometimes the amniotic fluid volume will increase with increased fluid intake (increased hydration). However the cause of the low fluid volume is the important factor and the specific management will depend on that diagnosis. ...Read more
See your doctor: These are symptoms that require a thorough evaluation by your doctor. Only after obtaining this informstion, can he/she adequately diagnose and treat you. ...Read more
What do you think of exablate mr-guided focused ultrasound? My dr wants to perform a myoectomy, d & c, and place a nova IUD for submucosal fibroids.
I got a IUD and I got it checked but my string want there & now I have to get a ultrasound to see where its located what will the doctors do about it?
Locate it: They will try to locate the iud by ultrasound. If it is in the uterus, it is fine, but it will requie a small procedure to remove it when you do want it out. If it is outside the uterus but inside your abdomen, it perforated and will require surgery to remove ( a laparoscopy). Or it may just have fallen out. In that case you will need to have altenate birth control. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Don't understand: When you say surgical, what do you mean? With a simple office hysteroscopy, it is very easy to remove an iud whose strings are otherwise inaccessible. Of course, that assumes there is an iud in place. The ultrasound would help you determine that in advance of the hysteroscopy. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
How i will know if my copper IUD fill out ...And how dr checks IUD if its in the righ place with out ultrasound..Please help iam worry
Us your finger : Use your finger to see if you feel your string. If you are not sure your doctor can check. ...Read more
I went to the doctor and my doctor couldnt find my string for my IUD and now I have to get a ultrasound to see where it is what is the risk ?
Minimal: There is no risk to the ultrasound; and only minimal risk to removing the iud with no string present. The procedure might be slightly more uncomfortable than if the string were present. Discuss the specific risks with your doctor. ...Read more
Where could my mirena (levonorgestrel) IUD be? Strings are gone, does not show on ultrasound, but i know i haven't seen it come out. Help, please!
What did yoru gyn sa: Say? They should be able to see it on a pelvic ultrasound and if u can't see the string either it is still in the uterus, or it perforated thru the uterus but usually u would ahve symptoms or the more likely thing since they cannot see it at all is that u expelled the iud, please discuss with your gyn who put it in. ...Read more
Went to the doctor so I could get my IUD taken out my string want visiable so I have to get a ultrasound to see where it is what will the doctors do?
Usually easy: Most of the time this is not a big deal. The iud strings which are usually hanging out of the cervix have gotten pulled up inside the cervix but the iud is still in the normal location. Most obgyns have an instrument called an iud hook which can be used to remove. Sometimes we have to look with a camera called a hysteroscope to find the strings. Very rarely the iud is not present in the uterus. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Today in my gyn visit the dr did ultrasound he said my uters line look thick I have IUD what that mean?
Ask your doctor: I'm surprised you left your visit without this important question answered. If you have Mirena (levonorgestrel) this would be a very surprising finding. The paragard would not affect your endometrial lining. You may need an endometrial biopsy, a saline-infused sonohystogram, or a hysteroscopy. ...Read more
How quickly can ovarian cysts grow?
I had a mírena IUD placed 6 weeks ago and my ultrasound prior to that showed nothing unusual. I return to confirm placement and was told I have a 9cm cyst? I knew something was off with my body. I thought I was pr
Ovarian cyst: This 31 yo female presented with incidental 9cm ovarian cyst at post confirmation of IUD placement . The placement of IUD usually does not require prior ultrasound and it will be good to known why scan was done and the date. It certainly will be unusual for a cyst to grow to 9cm in just 6week and may have started for some time. You may need to discuss laproscopic cyst removal with your doctor ...Read more
I have mirena (levonorgestrel) iud.I had an ultrasound and they said IUD is low lying in this case what should I do? Can doctor put in right place again?
Ultrasound showed IUD in place and normal scan, but have had periods for 4 months after no menses in the 2 years on Mirena. Could it not be working?
Unlikely : But never say never. Use condoms until you check with an OB/GYN. I'm not a big fan of IUDs,; anecdotally, I've just seen so many women with complications both shortly after placement, months or years later, and problems with menstrual cycles, miscarriages and trouble getting pregnant for years after having it removed. ...Read more
Hello. I have a question regarding the IUD and would like to hear your answer. I have had it inserted a year and 4 months before and haven't had issues except the adjusting period. Anyway, I was at gynecologist check up the other day , did the ultrasound
Can paragard IUD perforate the uterus after it has been inserted and position checked by ultrasound? Can it perforate later on?
Yes and yes: The most likely time for perforation is at insertion. However, in rarer occasions, IUD's have been known to "migrate"(perforate) during use. That is why a recommendation is to check your vaginal IUD string on occasion and especially if you are having cramping and pain to be certain the IUD didn't get "lost in space". ...Read more
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