Pelvic Ultrasounds
A Pelvic Ultrasound is the evaluation of the female reproductive organs such as the uterus and ovaries. Pelvic Ultrasounds are ordered by your Physician due to complaints of pelvic pain, abnormal bleeding, or to evaluate a mass in the pelvis. A Pelvic Ultrasound may help to determine if there are any ovarian cysts, or endometrial disorders, masses, or Fibroids in the pelvis. Ultrasound studies are considered safe, painless, and are typically performed within 20-30 minutes. may include a Trans-abdominal and Endo-vaginal Ultrasound to provide the most accurate information for your Physician. A full urinary bladder is necessary for the Trans-abdominal Ultrasounds. 48-64 ounces of water 30 minutes before your ultrasound exam.

Follicular Study Ultrasounds
Follicular Study Ultrasounds are performed to aid in determining ovulation for patients wanting to conceive. During this test, follicles are counted and measured to provide patients with the ideal moment for conception. Exams are considered safe, painless, and are typically performed within 20 minutes. Exams may include a Trans-abdominal and Endo-vaginal Ultrasound to provide the most information for your Physician. A full urinary bladder is necessary for the Trans-abdominal Ultrasounds. 48-64 ounces of water 30 minutes before your ultrasound exam.

Breast Ultrasounds
Breast ultrasound is used to provide your Physician with information regarding the health of your breasts. Ultrasound can aid your physician in locating breast cysts, masses and nodules within your Breast tissues. Breast Ultrasounds are commonly ordered after a mammogram has shown an inconclusive or questionable diagnosis. Ultrasound is also used for women younger than age 35 or that are breast feeding to evaluate palpable masses or areas of tenderness. Breast Sonograms are considered painless, safe, and are typically performed within 15-20 minutes.