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3D Ultrasound in Hyderabad

Ultrasound Transvaginal Scan (TVS)

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The Transvaginal Scan (TVS) is an ultrasound scan that provides a detailed image of the female pelvic organs, including the uterus, cervix, vagina, fallopian tubes, and ovaries. It offers an inside view of the uterus, aiding in the diagnosis of various conditions related to female reproductive health. These can include fibroids, cysts, endometriosis, polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS), or potential fertility issues. Unlike the traditional ultrasound scan, where a device is moved over the belly, a TVS involves inserting a specially designed probe into the vagina.

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Specific Instructions:

Preparing for a transvaginal ultrasound scan requires a few specific instructions:

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    Fasting : There is typically no requirement for fasting before a TVS.

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    Bladder : Your bladder does not need to be full for a TVS, unlike a pelvic ultrasound. You may be asked to empty your bladder before the scan.

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    Clothing : Dress in comfortable clothing that allows easy access to the pelvic area.

  • 4

    Medications : If you are on any medications, inform your doctor. There's usually no need to stop them for this test, but it's always best to check.

  • 5

    Allergies : If you're allergic to latex or certain gels, inform your doctor as these might be used during the procedure.

Frequently Asked Questions

During a TVS, you will be asked to lie down on your back with your legs spread, similar to having a pelvic exam. A small, long, covered probe will be gently inserted into the vagina. This probe emits sound waves to create images of your internal organs which the doctor can see on a screen.

A TVS may cause some discomfort but it should not be painful. If you experience pain during the scan, it's important to let your doctor know immediately.

A TVS usually takes around 15 to 30 minutes.

The results of your TVS will usually be available within a few days, although this can vary depending on the clinic or hospital.

A TVS may be recommended to investigate unexplained pelvic pain, abnormal periods, unexplained vaginal bleeding, or to assess fertility. It's also often used in early pregnancy to confirm the pregnancy, determine the gestational age, or assess for ectopic pregnancy.

Yes, a TVS is a non-invasive procedure and you should be able to return to your normal daily activities immediately afterwards.

A TVS is generally considered a safe procedure. However, there's always a minimal risk of infection or bleeding associated with internal exams. If you notice any unusual symptoms after the scan, like pain, fever, or abnormal discharge, contact your doctor immediately.

If your scan results are abnormal, your doctor will discuss what these findings mean and the potential next steps. This could involve further testing, referral to a specialist, or starting treatment.

The quality of the images and the accuracy of the results can be affected by patient movement during the scan or the presence of gas or stool in the intestines.

A Transvaginal Scan (TVS) is a useful diagnostic tool in gynecology and obstetrics. Remember to follow your doctor's specific instructions and voice any concerns you may have prior to the procedure. Your health and comfort should always be the primary considerations

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