Safe Ultrasound Results, Comfortable Consultation

Safe Ultrasound Results, Comfortable Consultation

Not only can pregnancy ultrasound results be read, but also the results of ultrasound examinations of the uterine condition before undergoing a pregnancy program.

One way to determine the condition of a woman’s uterus is by performing an ultrasound examination. Usually, a doctor selects transvaginal ultrasound to check the inside of a woman’s reproductive organs. Through this examination, the reproductive organ’s image will be clearer.

Before knowing how to read ultrasound results, mothers need to know how the ultrasound procedure is done.

Preparation for Transvaginal Ultrasound

Transvaginal ultrasound is one of the examination procedures carried out using an ultrasonic probe inserted into the vagina. This examination is done to view the inside of a woman’s reproductive organs, such as the uterus, ovaries, and fallopian tubes.

Some preparations that mothers need to do before undergoing the ultrasound procedure are as follows:

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  • Mothers will be asked to urinate first to empty the bladder. This is to make it easier for the doctor to see the condition of the uterus more clearly.

  • Next, mothers will be asked to remove their lower clothing and replace it with special clothing.

  • Considering that the procedure is done on the second or third day of menstruation, mothers are required to temporarily remove their sanitary napkins.

Transvaginal Ultrasound Procedure

  • Before undergoing the transvaginal ultrasound examination, mothers will be asked to lie down with their legs bent wide open.

  • Next, the ultrasound device or transducer covered with latex or a condom will be inserted into the vagina. Don’t worry, in Bocah Indonesia, this procedure is performed by a nurse if the attending obgyn doctor is male, but if the attending obgyn doctor is female, the doctor will perform the procedure herself.

  • When the ultrasound device is inserted into the vagina, it may cause some discomfort, but don’t worry, this condition is not dangerous.

  • The doctor will move the transducer to see the inside of the reproductive organ and its surroundings more clearly.

Don’t worry, mothers, this process is quick and does not cause excessive pain, you know, and it’s not painful!

After Transvaginal Ultrasound Procedure

Generally, after mothers undergo the transvaginal ultrasound examination, there are no significant side effects experienced. However, if mothers feel a slight discomfort, it is very normal due to the stretching of the vaginal muscles during the ultrasound procedure.

Ultrasound examination results can be obtained immediately, so mothers can know the condition of their reproductive organs. Therefore, after the procedure is completed, it is recommended that mothers consult with a doctor.

How to Read Transvaginal Ultrasound Results

After undergoing a transvaginal ultrasound examination, can the results be obtained immediately? The answer is, of course, yes, mothers. Generally, the transvaginal ultrasound procedure is performed by a doctor, so the results can be obtained immediately. The ultrasound device that is moved will display numbers that can change on the monitor.

After undergoing the ultrasound, mothers need to consult with the doctor regarding the results. These transvaginal ultrasound results help in diagnosing various conditions or problems in the uterus, such as fibroids, polyps, and even cancer.

Mothers can consult about the examination results and determine any necessary treatment or therapy if needed.

So, mothers, that’s an explanation about how to read ultrasound results. If you experience any indications or symptoms of disorders in the reproductive organs, immediately see a doctor. Transvaginal ultrasound is also one of the initial steps in the examination for mothers planning a pregnancy program. Come on, have a transvaginal ultrasound examination at the nearest fertility clinic! For you, it’s only 5 minutes* of action, and it’s not painful!

This article has been medically reviewed by Dr. Chitra Fatimah.


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  • Campbell, S., Maharaj, A.G. (2018). The role of transvaginal ultrasound in screening for ovarian cancer. Climacteric. 2018 Jun;21(3):221-226.
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