Vaginal ultrasound

What is Vaginal ultrasound?

The vaginal or Trans vaginal Ultrasound is done with a high frequency sound waves whic are used to create images of female reproductive organs such as uterus, ovaries, cervix and vagina. This kind of Ultrasound is done in severe undiagnosed vaginal bleeding, ectopic pregnancy, infertility or pelvic pain.

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I closed my request on accident prior to asking for clarity on a previous question.

I am on first round of femara 3-7, had a vaginal ultrasound CD...

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Brief Answer:
repeat the USG.

Detailed Answer:
Hello,
No, that is not possible at all as the last ultrasound was CD11 and follicles cannot grow to...

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I am on my first round of Femara started day 3-7 and had an ultrasound on CD 11 and was told I had no follicles.. Then on CD 12 I got a positive...

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Brief Answer:
get a transvaginal ultrasound done ...repeat

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Thanks for the query to hcm,
This is indeed a confusing...

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I had a transvaginal ultra sound last week 1/18/17. The report shows a shadow in my uterus. My last period was 7/ 25/15 . I have had no...

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Brief Answer:
possible endometrial polyp

Detailed Answer:
Hello,
thanks for the query to HCM,
If the shadow is inside the uterus then the most...

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I always feel abdominal cramps and like I’m in my period and when I bend I feel like something is coming out from my vaginal area?

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I had cervical cancer at 35 yrs old but they didn't take my ovaries, they haven't worked in last 10 years and now at 68 they have started working...

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Hi. I am 49 yrs old. I have an vaginal ultrasound and my Dr said in one view my uterine lining was 27mm. He said is most likely a polyp because of...

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