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My Doctor Sent Me To The Hospital To Take A Pelvic Ultrasound Why Do They Scan From Inside The Vagina
My doctor sent me to the hospital to take a pelvic ultrasound. Why do they scan from inside the vagina?
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
I had a pelvic ultrasound and many other tests done yesterday at the hospital.. The doctors examined me and said it's Severe Bacterial Vaginosis. ?
Vaginal Infection: Bacterial Vaginosis (BV) is basically an overgrowth of bacteria in the vagina--it can usually have a 'fishy ' odor and possibly a milky discharge. Antibiotics are the treatment. BV is not diagnosed with ultrasound so I am not sure why that was done. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Which is more accurate a pelvic ultrasound or one that uses the camera and is inserted in the vagina?
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
What is the average amount of time it takes to get male pelvic ultrasound results from your doctor?
Typically: The results are available from the radiologist to the doctor within 24 hours. There is variability in how long it takes for the doctor's office to inform patients of results. ...Read more
Severe ab cramps, fainted, dizziness, hospital pelvic ultrasound showed ovarian apoplexy. 5 days,still in pain, tender abs. Back to hospital?
When to go back: This is a great question for an OB provider. It may be that the soreness lasts for a while. Going back to the hospital would not stop this. But you should go back if you have fevers, or if you cannot eat, or breathe, or if the pain has become much worse. They may need to check you again. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Had a pelvic ultrasound done tuesday at a hospital thats "out of network" for my drs office.Its friday.Im out of town, but wondering if they should have the results in yet?
Doctor said more fluid than normal in pelvic ultrasound and "ruptured cyst cannot be ruled out) but didn't seem worried. What could be the reason?
Suspicious for cyst: Fluid present on an ultrasound can be secondary to a recent cyst and is generally nothing to be alarmed about, but these findings must be considered in the context of your symptoms. ...Read more
I'm new to the medical system here. I had Pap test in Nov, pelvic ultrasound in Dec. I don't know the result yet. Do I call to office or doc call me?
Call the doctor: If no word from the doctor 2 weeks after a test, one can call the doctor's office, because the results are surely back at the office by then. If the doctor uses electronic medical records, one may be able to look at the results online, if one has registered for online access. ...Read more
Assess uterus/pelvis: Your physician would order such a test for imaging of your ovaries, uterus, tubes (or all female pelvic organs). Please discuss with your doctor what the indication and anticipated information is. It is a very safe and painless test that may cause some discomfort due to the insertion of a vaginal probe. ...Read more
I just went to the doctor, he told my my pelvic ultrasound showed I had a blood clot. I'm very confused. Is this bad? why does this happen
My 77yr old mom had a pelvic ultrasound & they found fluid & referred her to a gyno. Doc mentioned cancer. What are they looking for? Is it treatable?
Waiting on Medicine: I understand it is frustrating to wait, but there is nothing to comment on here until the tests are completed and the diagnosis is known. And, of course until the diagnosis is known there is no way to predict what treatment will be needed. I would imagine the doctor is looking for all kinds of cancers and also liver issues, and other organ problems. The doctor will have her full medical history. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Have pid. Went fir pelvic ultrasound. The doc who did it sais everything looked okay aa faeas she cwould see. Does this mean it is normal?
Good news: The only feature of pid that doctors can diagnose on ultrasound is a collection of fluid in tubes, ovaries or uterus. It's thought that likely more women have pid than get diagnosed with it because clinically it can be silent. Likely if doc didn't see a collection of fluid and your not having pain or abnormal discharge and you've been treated with antibiotics, everything is okay. Good luck! ...Read more
Doc said have pid. Meds finished. Esr blood count is 19. Isn't this normal. So thismeans there is mo infection correct? Pelvic ultrasound normal.
I had a pelvic ultrasound on day 7 of my cycle and the doctor said i had 2 normal/healthy follicles in my right ovary.Is this good?Should i have more?
Normal : There are almost always normal follicular cysts on pelvic ultrasounds in your age. ...Read more
Can a doctor tell from a pelvic ultrasound if an ovarian cyst is cancerous or benign? Or do they all look alike and need further tests?
It depends: Certain features make it highly likely that a cystic lesion is benign(e.g. a small "simple cyst"), and others make it more likely to be malignant. There is significant overlap between benign and malignant features, so at times it is impossible to tell. Other times the appearance is so characteristic that benignity/malignancy can be predicted fairly reliably. Age and other findings also factor in ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I am trying to conceive and my pelvic ultrasound stated "No SIGNIFICANT free fluid in pelvis." Did follicle release fluid and I ovulated?
Is it normal for the doctor to order an MRI if the results of a pelvic ultrasound show a mass that she cannot tell is attached to the ovary or not?
I did a pelvic ultrasound on day 7 of my cycle and the doctor said i have 2 normal/healthy follicles in my right ovary. Does this mean i will ovulate?
Probably: Follicles that are destined to release an egg will show growth as you approach mid cycle. Other follicles will regress and get smaller. ...Read more
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