Female Pelvic Ultrasound

A female pelvic ultrasound is conducted in the same way as a normal ultrasound but in some cases an internal scan is necessary to visualise smaller structures. This involves using a small transducer being placed into the vagina. It is necessary to move the transducer around to show the different pelvic organs. The transducer is in the vagina for approximately 15 minutes. The transducer is inserted by the sonographer or you may wish to insert it yourself as you would a tampon.

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