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What Is White Spot On Vaginal Ultrasound
What can be a white spot on vaginal ultrasound? Doctor did not explain. Should I be worried? I'm not pregnant.
Don't Read US: US images are just a series of white and black dots. It is not like a photograph of a friend. You need training to interpret an U.S. image. You may make more sense reading the report, do not try t read the images. ...Read more
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
Depends: It depends on why you got it/what your symptoms are. The most common areas to be evaluated in a non-pregnant female are 1) the uterus for fibroids, 2) the endometrium for various conditions that usually result in pain or bleeding, or 3) the adnexa where the ovaries are (looking for cysts or cystic cancer). Hope this helps. ...Read more
Probably not: Any type of ultrasound at any point in pregnancy has a range of error much less than 5 weeks. At worst a scan in the late third trimester is the least accurate but still within a range of error of 23 days or less. Trans-vaginal pregnancy dating is usually done before 14 weeks and is within 4 to 14 days depending on how far along the pregnancy is. ...Read more
Vaginal ultrasound: The probe will be inserted into your vagina. Through the crystal at the top of the probe sound waves will be sent and returned, and processed in the machine. The picture that you may see on the screen will be white and black and various shades of grey. The uterus will be white mostly and the bladder will be black. They will look at your tubes and ovaries as well as the uterus. ...Read more
Ultrasound at 5 weeks 4 days on march 21st vaginally. I'm trying to figure my date I conceieved what would it be?
Easy: If the ultrasound was consistent with 5 weeks and 4 days on march 21, you would have conceived at about 3 weeks and 4 days (plus or minus 3 days) before march 21. Check the calender and see when that would fall. ...Read more
Solid or cystic: Ultrasound can tell if a lesion in the kidney is solid or cystic. A simple, uncomplicated cyst is usually nothing to worry about, and therefore no further workup would be needed. However, an ultrasound cannot tell if a solid mass is benign or malignant, so if the lesion is solid, further evaluation would be necessary. ...Read more
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Several things: A liver spot could be benign or malignant. See your physician about the official reading from the radiologist. ...Read more
Did the doc comment: How old is the pregnancy, what is the radiologist's impression, possible artefacts /while doing the usg or film development is possible. Get the reassurance from the radiologist. May be repetition of the scan after few weeks will help to give you more peace of mind. Check with your obstetrician too. ...Read more
A range of dates: Depends on average cycle length. For 30 day cycle, 95% chance conception between april 27th and may 5th. ...Read more
Is it possible to not hear the heartbeat via vaginal ultrasound at 7 weeks and not have a problem?
POSSIBLE: It is possible not to hear heartbeat @ 7 weeks if: wrong dates or technical difficulty. If you have no symptoms of miscarriage then a repeat ultrasound in 1-2 weeks may give you the answer. ...Read more
Nothing serious: A "spot" of this size is rarely significant especially at your age. I am wondering why the Ultrasound was ordered? ...Read more
When does the embryo start to show up on an vaginal ultrasound before a woman should start to worry?
I got an ultrasound for a lump on my back but I think she went over the wrong spot what should I do?
Contact your dr: Usually ultrasonographer covers wide area with probe. However to be certain, I would contact your ordering doctor to communicate with facility which performed ultrasound examination about problem. You or friend can mark with pen area of lump prior to visit to repeat ultrasound exam. ...Read more
I have been spotting for 5 days after my vaginal ultrasound. Isthis normal when isit going to stop spotting?
An irregular period at that level of bleeding. Pain/fever/clots would be BAD sign. And...
without an exam, I can only give general information, and whatever reason you got the ultrasound FOR changes the situation drastically.
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If someone conceived on january 16th will a vaginal ultrasound be able to detect a heartbeat on february 12th?
Possibly: You can detect a fetal heartbeat by ultrasound at 3-4 weeks. ...Read more
Fm 49, could thickness of endometrium be found accurately by external ultrasound, not trans-vaginal. Thanks?
Ultrasound march 21st at 5wks 4 days vaginal ultrasound, if I count back to week 1 is that my conceiving date?
Conception at 2 wks: From march 21st, count back 5wks 4days and then count up 2 weeks. That should be your day of conception. ...Read more
I had a vaginal ultrasound on monday and spotted after and I'm still spotting when I wipe on Wednesday, is that norrmal?
Yes: Slight damage from ultrasound can cause spotting ...Read more
Lmp and early vaginal ultrasound matched @ 6 weeks 5 days matched exactly. Does that mean I ovulated on cd14? 28 day cycles!
Likely so, but...: Life is not exact, no matter what the numbers show. A woman with 28-day cycles ovulates on day 14, but that means the same thing as ovulating on day 13 or 15. Dates and numbers are estimates, not to be thought of as "exact". For example, the due date is usually not the day the baby gets born, because babies are also born a day or a few days sooner or later. ...Read more
When you had sex on aug 21, how many weeks will it appears in the vaginal ultrasounds result? Just on that day. Ultrasound was taken on oct 10
It depends on LMP: The ultrasound measurement will be reported in gestational week from the day of conception. When conception took place is impossible to tell by the information provided. It is on or around the ovulation day that usually falls on the middle of the period. If you are certain of your last menstrual period, just do calculation on pregnancy calculator and you will how far along you are. ...Read more
If I had a vaginal ultrasound 9 weeks after sex & all that could be seen was my iud, what are the chances of missing a sac that had not developed?
Very unlikely: The chances are very unlikely that you are pregnant if the IUD is in place. If you still however have concerns of being pregnant, a simple over the counter pregnancy test or further serial or consecutive pregnancy blood tests will exclude pregnancy. ...Read more
My 13 year old daughter is having a vaginal ultrasound and she is very nervous will I be able to be with her and what should I tell her to expect?
Intravaginal U/S: Chances are she will have a female technician. You will be with her in the room while the study is performed. A small instrument covered by plastic changed between patients will be inserted with lubrication jelly that is warmed ahead of time. It may not be comfortable and it may be embarrassing, but it should not be painful. I hope this helps somewhat. Rare for a 13 year old to have this study. ...Read more
On 9/11/13 vaginal ultrasound I was told 6wks 3days. Yesterday 10/1/13 I was told 10 vaginal ultrasound. What's my conception day window now? Y 10wks
Is dangerous to have several follicles in a ovary? That's the result of my vaginal ultrasound... There was no information about the size of follicle
I had an vaginal ultrasound and my baby measured 8 weeks 2 days with no heartbeat. My LMP was January 25 so I should be around 9 weeks. Is it possible?
Possible: Yes it is possible. A first trimester ultrasound is accurate to plus or minus one week. ...Read more
I am told I have diverticilitis - pain always on my right side- groin- vaginal ultrasound ok- could it be anything else- I don't want unnecessary surg?
Diverticulitis: Is almost always a left lower abdominal issue. I suggest both a surgical and GYN evaluation in addition to a GI consultation. ...Read more
Yes: Ultrasound is a very good initial screening test for the kidneys. It can help identify kidney stones, obstruction of the kidneys, and tumors. If the ultrasound is questionable or clearly abnormal, a more specific imaging study is required such as a ct scan or MRI of the kidneys for further evaluation. Lesions seen ultrasound do not necessarily indicate cancer but further testing is warranted. ...Read more
According to IUI I should be 6.5 weeks along but vaginal ultrasound measured sac at 5 w 1 d....confused?
Repeat US in 1 week: Ultrasound assessment at this early stage is accurate in defining several important things, including fetal pole, fetal cardiac activity, heart rate, the presents of a yolk sac, and the shape of the gestational sac that contains the fetus. It can be somewhat inaccurate for the gestational age. A follow up ultrasound in 1-2 weeks and checking blood b-hcg levels would help. ...Read more
Like long pap test: Pelvic ultrasound typically begins with an ultrasound of the abdomen and then a vaginal probe is inserted (about the size of speculum used for pelvic/pap exam). The probe is moved by technician for better views of the ovaries. Usually only a few minutes is necessary with the vaginal probe in the vagina. ...Read more
Get evaluated by GYN: If you have sustained a vaginal tear you need to be evaluated by your gyn to determine if any treatment is required. ...Read more
Yes: If your are looking for an ovary, & uterus. If looking for gallbladder then you won't find it. ...Read more
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