What is Transvaginal Ultrasound?

Transvaginal ultrasound is an ultrasound examination performed with the help of ultrasound probe placed inside the female reproductive organ. No transvaginal ultrasound examination is required unless this examination is required. The reasons why this examination should be performed usually arise as follows.

How Is Transvaginal Ultrasound Done?

The question of how transvaginal ultrasound is done is one of the most frequently encountered questions and we can answer this question as follows. The patient to be ultrasound will be stripped and stretched to the stretcher. The thin long ultrasound probe connected to the ultrasound device is then inserted into the vagina. This probe is thin and does not cause pain to the patient during the examination. During this examination to be performed in the vagina, the device is placed on the tip of the device and the patient's hygiene is maintained. During the examination, the disease is prevented by the patient.

How long does a transvaginal ultrasound last?

The transvaginal ultrasound is approximately 5 to 15 minutes. During this time, ovaries and tubes are examined. If the test tube is being treated due to the treatment of the baby, it may take relatively longer.

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