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Pic Of Transvaginal Probe
Can u read my transvaginal ultrasound scans if I send them to you?i only have a few pics of my left side scans.
No: No, please ask the doctor who ordered the ultrasound or the radiologist who read it. ...Read more
When looking at ultrasound pics:
transvaginal: right of pic is right of pt body
transabdominal: left of pic is right of pt body
correct or incorrect?
It all depends: It depends on how it was printed. The best answer is to ask your ob/gyn or the tech who did the ultra sound. ...Read more
Tampon: Most are like a long tampon with a slightly enlarged tip. It is best to ask the doctor, the nurse, or the technician who will be doing the procedure if you want accurate information as medical instruments change all the time. ...Read more
Sometimes neither: If you are looking in the coronal plane (like slicing a loaf vertically side to side) left would be on the right side of the screen and right on the left side. In the sagittal plane, front (anterior) is on the right and back (posterior) is on the left. ...Read more
If I am looking at my transvaginal ultrasound picture and the baby is on the left of the picture does that mean the baby is on my right in me?
Baby position: The short answer is yes, just like a mirror image, but the baby is active, and any position at present is likely to change multiple times. It is nice to think about, but not of concern regardless of the actual position at this point. ...Read more
What happens at a transvaginal ultrasound? Does it hurt? How big is the probe? Will it be different because I have vaginismus? I'm scared.
Don't Worry!: If you are able to engage in vaginal intercourse then a transvaginal ultrasound should not be a big deal. The probe is about a foot long and no more than an inch in diameter. The probe is covered in a condom and lubricated with gel. You may insert it if you ask. It is advanced to the cervix and moved to see the uterus and ovaries. Many women like the tv exam better since the bladder isn't full. ...Read more
I had a transvaginal ultrasound last Monday morning. The pain all through was excruciating, and the probe was covered in blood. I bled heavily.
You have probably been menopausal for some years. This means that the vagina has lost the effect of estrogen in large quantities like the 20's. The lining becomes thin and will bleed easily because of the trauma of instrumentation. Pain also is a side effect of no estrogen. If you give it time it will heal, estrogen preparations will help heal the vaginal lining faster. ...Read more
Transvaginal US ,1st patient of morning. when I went in the girl at desk & cover on probe. Chance of it was used cover? Freaking OUT about infection
Sterile procedures: I don't understand the business about someone at the desk and cover on the ultrasound probe. But it is extremely unlikely that your doctor or his office staff would re-use the same probe without sterile precautions. If you remain concerned, contact the office directly and ask. I'm sure there is a valid, non-risk explanation for whatever you thought you saw. ...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
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
I had transvaginal ultrasound exam. I saw the nurse did not sanitise the probe and put condom on for sure. Can I get HPV from probe?
I had a transvaginal UZT and the Dr didn't use any condom with the probe. Could I catch HPV virus from the previous patient? I am worried now.
Contact that office: If the office was following infection control standard precautions, it is highly unlikely the Doctor used a naked probe for the procedure. Prior to the examination, the vaginal probe is sheathed with a condom non reservoir type. The outside is wetted with ultrasound gel. The condom probe tips range in size. ...Read more
I am scared that i might not bleed when having sex for the first time I have examine myself and my vaginal entrance doesnt look like how i see in pics?
Not bleeding is fine: The bleeding with first sex idea is overdone. Bleeding means there were little tears. If a woman has a healthy vulva, vagina, and hymen; if she is very stretchy; if she is happy and relaxed, with lots of natural lubrication; if a guy enters at a good angle, at the right spot; if he moves gently with small motions until all is well-lubricated and stretched out; there may not be tearing or bleeding. ...Read more
New sex partner 2 weeks. Recent fever & chills. Next day abscess with white head on vaginal lip. 2 more showed up. Pic to doc said didn't look like he?
Dpends on the reason: A vaginal probe ultrasound is used to provide a better view of the cervix (ifyou are pregnant), uterus and ovaries. Many times these structures cannot be adequately evaluated using a transabdominal ultrasound. What they were looking for depends on the reason(s) your clinician ordered the ultrasound. It could be ovarian cysts, uterine fibroids, lining thickness, or cervical length among others. ...Read more
I had a vaginal ultrasound today. In the ultrasound one picture shows a good size lump beside the baby aginsted the wall of the placenta. In all the other pictures there is a small circle beside child?
Without the image. .: It's hard to know what you are describing without the image, but it sounds like a placental chorioangioma, which is usually a benign finding. Google that, and look at "images" to see how it compares to what you've got. By the way, the small circle is the yolk sac. ...Read more
No: Fibroids are common and benign growths in the uterus. They can cause troubling symptoms such as bleeding, pressure on the bladder, or a big growth in the pelvis, but they can be treated effectively by medicine, uterine artery embolization, or surgery. Fibroids are not fatal. It is extremely rare that what looks like a fibroid is actually a cancer called a leiomyosarcoma. ...Read more
Not possible: Whereas it would be great to be able to see a fetus develop week by week throughout pregnancy, it just isn't feasible. Insurance companies will not pay for the ultrasounds and doctor's offices are primarily focused on the diagnostic aspects of ultrasound. Anticipate a possible dating scan, 18-20 week anatomy/ level 2 scan, then depending on clinical picture a scan in the third trimester. ...Read more
Good for you!: There's little point in trying to figure out why you like or dislike something. Instead, why not say, "I like knowing deep secrets. What frightens other people educates and informs me in ways that might help me understand health and disease. I'm a person of reason over emotion, and I know that without the autopsy, we'd have little scientific medicine." ...Read more
More information: Please ask the administrators how to upload an image. ...Read more
No photos.: I don't see any photos accompanying this question. Also, it would be helpful if we had more information -- how long you've had it, what other symptoms you're having, any new medications or recent illnesses, etc. "maculopapular rash" is a popular term among non-dermatologists, but it is not helpful in narrowing the possibilities. ...Read more
Allergy & sinus: First, have you been tested to see what you are allergic to? That info can be helpful. If it is dust, changed around your home can help. If it is animals, avoidance is best. A daily allergy med can really help. Newer OTC allergy nasal sprays can also help. ...Read more
Looks Normal: As injured skin heals, the body creates inflammation to do so which means fresh blood goes to the area and with it, many kinds of healing factors and cells. One type is called melanocytes which carry our skin pigment melanin. A healing occurs, these cells get deposited in he area and give it the brownish coloration you see. Over time, there will be some fading as the injury matures. ...Read more
Could a nerologist look ay my health files at my MRI pics and tell me if I've had another stroke?
Especially if the MRI has been reported on by the radiologist. The neurologist is the specialist when it comes to the history and phys exam of stroke patients.
The radiologist is the specialist when it comes to reading images including mri. There are specialized sequences that are used to evaluate stroke.
Best of luck, . ...Read more
Can i send a pic of this rash I have i have a rash on my elbow i need to find out what kind it is
Yes you can: I will be happy to look it and give you my feed back. ...Read more
I have little white itchy dots on my foreskin only. It does not hurt or burn. Have pics if needed. ?
In my files I show a pic of my foot and thier is a cut on the bottom of it I was wondering what it is?
Unable to see pic.: If it is a cut, I suppose that's what it is. ...Read more