The pelvic ultrasound is used to examine the organs within the female pelvis with real-time images. Organs in the pelvis that may need ultrasound scanning include the uterus, vagina, cervix, ovaries, and fallopian tubes. Doppler is also carried out along the ultrasound to show blood flow and to detect abnormalities. There are two methods to examine the pelvis: transabdominal (through the abdomen) and transvaginal (through the vagina). Your doctor will determine which type you may need depending on your circumstances. The exam takes 30 minutes.

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 Female  Pelvic  Ultrasound

This ultrasound can determine

  • anatomical abnormalities of the uterus,
  • ovarian cancer,
  • polycystic ovary syndrome.

Patients are usually recommended to be with a full bladder. Consult your medical professional for specific directions as instructions may vary.

Postmenstrual bleeding

Irregular menstruation

Frequent or heavy menstruation

Pelvic pain

Pelvic mass

Pelvic inflammatory disease


Endometrial hyperplasia

Urinary obstruction


Cervical cancer

Bladder cancer



Dermoid cyst

Fibroid tumors

Ovarian torsion

Pelvic inflammatory disease


Ectopic pregnancy

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