Endovaginal ultrasound is the most important ultrasound examination in gynecology.
It allows the probe (transducer) to approach the examined organs, providing clear and detailed images of internal genital organs (vagina, uterus, uterine tubes, ovaries, endometrium, and bladder) and an incipient pregnancy.
Imaging method of investigating internal genitalia, using ultrasound
It is done with the help of a special ultrasound probe (provided with a minicamera) that is inserted into the vagina
The patient watches her in real time and receives explanations from the doctor
It is non-invasive, painless and non-radiant
No hospitalization or anesthesia required
It takes between 15 and 30 minutes
It is the safest method of detecting possible fetal conditions and obtaining information about the fetus, such as size and position.
It facilitates the diagnosis of a large number of gynecological disorders.
Why is transvaginal ultrasound important?
It is the most important ultrasound examination in gynecology as it allows the probe (transducer) to approach the examined organs, providing clear and detailed images of the internal genital organs.
It facilitates the diagnosis of many conditions:
What does it mean?
When is it recommended?
Transvaginal ultrasound can be performed and repeated as many times as necessary, without restrictions or contraindications;
It is recommended to be accompanied by a gynecological consultation to have all the necessary data.
How do you prepare?
It does not require special training;
The patient may be asked to empty his bladder before examination;
The patient should notify the doctor if she is allergic to latex or if she feels pain during examination;
To get rid of the discomfort, breathe slowly and deeply and try to relax - you are in good hands!