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Normal Pelvic Ultrasound (Overview)

A normal pelvic ultrasound means the organs inside the pelvis appear normal on the ultrasound scan. The pelvis contains the bladder, uterus, ovaries, rectum, etc


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What does this mean? Impression normal pelvic ultrasound. The ovaries are normal, multiple small follicles are present bilaterally, largest 1.4 CM lt.

What does this mean? Impression normal pelvic ultrasound. The ovaries are normal, multiple small follicles are present bilaterally, largest 1.4 CM lt.

Normal findings: Normal pelvic ultrasound findings. Your ovaries are normal in appearance. Follicles are normally seen on the ovaries especially in a young woman your age. ...Read more

Normal Pelvic Ultrasound (Overview)

A normal pelvic ultrasound means the organs inside the pelvis appear normal on the ultrasound scan. The pelvis contains the bladder, uterus, ovaries, rectum, etc


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Only had periods on 18 april, 14 june, 31 july in 2014. Hormone levels,in may, were normal.Normal pelvic ultrasound.no signs of pcos.Should i worry?

Only had periods on 18 april, 14 june, 31 july in 2014. Hormone levels,in may, were normal.Normal pelvic ultrasound.no signs of pcos.Should i worry?

Probably not: It is not unusual to have irregular cycles. Menses can be affected by many things including but not limited to body weight, exercise, stress, and hormones including estrogen, progesterone, prolactin and thyroid. Continue routine care with your doctor and unless you are trying to get pregnant consider starting birth control pills to even out your cycles for awhile. ...Read more

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Treating Pelvic Inflammatory Disease (Checklist)

Ask for STD testing
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Have your partner get STD testing
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Take all of your medication exactly as prescribed
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Use condoms when having intercourse to prevent STD transmission
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Hi I had a pelvic ultrasound done, it wasn't a transvaginal, it was a normal pelvic ultrasound. If I was 9 weeks preg, would they be able to see it?

Hi I had a pelvic ultrasound done, it wasn't a transvaginal, it was a normal pelvic ultrasound. If I was 9 weeks preg, would they be able to see it?

Ambivalent: At 9 weeks gestation by last menstrual period a transabdominal ultrasound should pick up the pregnancy. If it doesn't, it should be followed immediately by a transvaginal ultrasound. The rationale for first trimester ultrasound is to determine, whether there is one or more embryo's, whether there is a heart beat or not, and whether the pregnancy is in the uterus or outside. ...Read more

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Managing Chronic Pelvic Pain (Checklist)

office evaluation
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pelvic exam
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ultrasound
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20yr old.5'3 60kg.No period for 4 months.Took Duphaston twice a day for 7 days until 2 days back.Normal pelvic ultrasound.When will i get my period?

20yr old.5'3 60kg.No period for 4 months.Took Duphaston twice a day for 7 days until 2 days back.Normal pelvic ultrasound.When will i get my period?

Likely soon: If you have gone months without a period, and your ovaries have produced some estrogen during that time, then your endometrial lining will have accumulated. As long as you're not pregnant, the Progesterone medication that you took should trigger your lining to shed. It can take several (3-4) days to start bleeding after finishing the medication. If estrogen levels were too low, you won't bleed. ...Read more

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Does a pelvic ultrasound have to be transvaginal to show a 13 weeks pregnancy? Or can it be a normal pelvic ultrasound

Does a pelvic ultrasound have to be transvaginal to show a 13 weeks pregnancy? Or can it be a normal pelvic ultrasound

Depends: If your uterus is tilted backwards and your doctor wishes to do a detailed anatomy look specially at the nuchal translucency area, than a transvaginal ultrasound will give more details. If it is just to check heart beat or placenta or just of remeasuring growth than a normal pelvic ultrasound should suffice. Discuss with your doctor. Good Luck and have an easy pregnancy and childbirth. ...Read more

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Dr. Michael Gabor
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Sonogram (Definition)

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


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Pelvic Ultrasound (Definition)

This is an ultrasound test to examine the organs of the pelvis, typically using either a trans-abdominal or trans-vaginal approach, depending on what is suspected, such as ovarian ...Read more