Pelvic Ultrasound

A pelvic ultrasound can help determine the cause of pain or bleeding in the reproductive organs.

Drink 32oz of liquid one hour before your examination time. Try to drink all the liquid within 30 minutes. Do not urinate before the exam. Arrive for your exam with a full bladder.

You will not feel any pain; however, you may feel mild pressure from the transducer as the technologist will apply pressure to your abdomen.

The Radiologist will read the ultrasound pictures on the day of your test. If the results are abnormal, your physician will be notified within 24 hours or the next business day and the nurse will contact you. If the results are normal, you will receive a letter within 5-7 days.