Pelvic Ultrasound for Pregnant Women Dubai & Abu Dhabi Price & Cost

Sound waves are used in ultrasound imaging of the pelvis to create images of the structures and organs in the lower abdomen and pelvis. Abdominal, vaginal (for women), and rectal Pelvic Ultrasound is the three forms of this procedure (for men). The reproductive and urinary systems are commonly assessed with these tests. Ultrasound is risk-free, non-intrusive, and radiation-free.

For this method, little to no prior preparation is required. Before the examination, you might be instructed to fill your bladder with water. Don’t wear jewelry, and dress comfortably in loose-fitting clothing. A gown may be required of you.

Pelvic Ultrasound Imaging: What is it?

The diagnosis and treatment of medical conditions are aided by a noninvasive medical procedure called ultrasound imaging. It is painless and secure. It produces images of the inside of the body using sound waves. Another name for ultrasound imaging is sonography. A transducer, a small probe, and skin-contact gel are used. The probe emits high-frequency sound waves that pass through the gel and into the body.

The probe gathers the reflected sounds. These sound waves are used by a computer to produce an image. Radiation-free ultrasound examinations (x-rays). With the aid of real-time ultrasound imaging, the internal organs of the body can be observed in both their structure and motion. Also visible in the images is blood moving through blood arteries.

Three different kinds of pelvic ultrasonography exist:

  • Abdominal (transabdominal) 
  • Female vaginal (transvaginal/endovaginally)
  • For men, rectal (transrectal)

How do Female Pelvic Organs Work?

The female pelvic region’s organs and structures include:

  • Endometrium. a woman’s uterus lining.
  • Uterus (also known as the womb) (also known as the womb). In a woman’s lower abdomen, between the bladder and the rectum, is the uterus, a hollow, pear-shaped structure. Unless a fertilized egg (ovum) implants and pregnancy results, it sheds its lining each month during menstruation.
  • Ovaries. The female sex hormones estrogen and progesterone are created in two reproductive organs in the pelvis that is responsible for the development and storage of egg cells (ova).
  • Cervix. the lower, more restricted region of the uterus that is between the bladder and the rectum and forms a canal that opens into the vagina, the body’s exit point.
  • Vagina (also known as the birth canal) (also known as the birth canal). the route through which bodily fluid leaves when a woman is menstruating. The vulva and cervix are connected by the vagina (the external genitalia).
  • The exterior part of the female genital organs is known as the vulva.


Your bladder must be full before transabdominal ultrasonography may be performed. At least an hour before the test, you should consume roughly 32 ounces, or four 8-ounce glasses, of water or another clear liquid. Your internal organs can be seen more clearly in a picture when your bladder is full. Following the process, you can use the restroom. With the bladder empty, a transvaginal ultrasound is performed. Before the test, you’ll use the restroom. Dress loosely and comfortably for the exam. Depending on the operation, a gown may be required.

The Procedure:

A transducer, which transmits sound waves, is used in Pelvic Ultrasound in Dubai & Abu Dhabi. Your organs and tissues allow these sound waves to reverberate back to the transducer. Your organs are visualized on a television screen thanks to a computer’s conversion of sound waves. There are two methods your doctor can perform this test:

Your abdomen is used to conduct transabdominal ultrasonography. On an examination table, you lie on your back. A small amount of gel is applied to the transducer by the technician. The gel makes the transducer more fluid and keeps air from slipping in between it and your skin. Your stomach’s skin is softly probed by the technician as they move the transducer back and forth.

Through the vagina, transvaginal ultrasonography is performed. On an examination table, you lie on your back. You might be standing with your feet in stirrups. Gel and a plastic or latex coating are on the transducer. Then, just like a tampon, it is put into your vagina.

Following the Ultrasound:

Your doctor will receive a report from a radiologist once they have seen the ultrasound pictures. Any issues with your pelvic organs, blood vessels, or unborn child will be revealed by this report. Your doctor will go over the results of the test with you. Make sure you comprehend the significance of your findings and how they will impact your course of treatment. Other examinations, such as these, may be suggested by your doctor to assess the condition of your pelvic organs:

  • To examine the uterus for issues, hysteroscopy involves inserting a thin, illuminated probe through the vagina and into the uterus.
  • During a laparoscopy, a tiny, lit tube is inserted through the abdominal wall to view the organs in the pelvis.

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