A full bladder moves bowel out from the pelvis into the abdomen, helping visualisation of the pregnancy, uterus and ovaries.Your bladder should not be so full that it causes pain.If you have concerns about transvaginal ultrasound, please discuss this with your sonographer before your ultrasound begins. We usually get better images during transabdominal ultrasound if the bladder is partially filled, so to help your examination we ask you to drink water prior to the assessment.Please empty your bladder 1 hour before your appointment, drink 2 glasses of water and try not to empty your bladder again until after your appointment.For many women, especially after 8 weeks gestation, sufficient information about the baby may be obtained with transabdominal ultrasound only.However, in the early pregnancy, the developing embryo is very small (at 6 weeks gestation, the baby is only 5-9mm long) and a transvaginal ultrasound may be required to get a better image of the baby.You will have a large towel covering your lower body, in addition to wearing a gown during the transvaginal ultrasound.You will always have a choice about whether transvaginal ultrasound is performed.
The probe is then gently inserted a short distance into the vagina.The transvaginal ultrasound probe is thin, about 2cm diameter.The probe is covered with a disposable protective sheath.This site offers incredible access to beautiful, sincere Asian ladies looking for serious romance.You can use our unique and trusted services like Cupid Notes, EMF Mail, Live Chat, Love Call, Gifts & Flowers, looking for serious romance.
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This ultrasound will check if your pregnancy is developing normally within the uterus. Your doctor may be concerned about you having more than one baby (for example, twins or triplets) if your pregnancy was conceived with the help of clomiphene or IVF, you have a family history of twins, you have severe morning sickness or your uterus seems larger than expected.