If you’ve been asked by a medical professional to have a pelvic ultrasound scan, this can be performed by one of our all female doctors. Or perhaps you have been experiencing unusual pain or bleeding that you would like reviewed.
We can also perform scans if you are less than 14 weeks pregnant and would like a scan for reassurance, or if you are experiencing
pain or bleeding, however we cannot perform the ‘nuchal scan’ in this clinic.
A pelvic ultrasound scan usually involves gentle insertion of the slim ultrasound probe into the vagina, this allows a close examination of the uterus, ovaries and other pelvic organs. If you would prefer an abdominal ultrasound instead, then we are happy to oblige but we ask that you attend your appointment with a full bladder. An ultrasound is particularly effective
at detecting uterine abnormalities, fibroids, polyps, endometrial pathology, ovarian cysts, endometriosis and pelvic adhesions.