A prenatal ultrasound uses sound waves and a computer screen to show a picture of your baby inside the womb.
Ultrasounds can help your doctor see how your baby is growing and developing.
There are several types of ultrasounds and they are safe for you and your baby when done by a qualified radiologists.
We Cover All Kinds Of Ultrasound For Women
USG of Abdomen
USG of Pelvis
How to prepare for an ultrasound?
During an ultrasound earlier in the pregnancy, you may need
to have a full bladder for the technician to get a clear image of the fetus and your reproductive organs.
You should drink two to three eight-ounce glasses of water one hour before your scheduled ultrasound.
You shouldn’t urinate before your ultrasound so you arrive at your appointment with a full bladder.
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS FOR PREGNANCY ULTRASOUND
Prenatal ultrasound can help reveal:
Your stage of pregnancy and due date
How many babies you’re carrying
Your baby’s heart rate and heart function
Your baby’s position inside the uterus such as head-down or breech
Certain birth defects or conditions such as Down syndrome
Your baby’s anatomy, movements, and size
Healthcare providers typically first perform an ultrasound between 6 and 9 weeks.
This provides confirmation that you are pregnant. They often order more in-depth
ultrasounds between 16 and 20 weeks.
During a standard, transabdominal ultrasound, you will lie back with your shirt pulled above
your belly. The ultrasound technician smoothes a water-based jelly on your abdomen,
then moves the wand gently back and forth across your skin. Your technician may need
to press the wand down at times for more accurate readings, but it doesn’t hurt.
There are no known risks of prenatal ultrasound. Ultrasound uses sound waves to produce images.
This is different than X-rays, which use radiation. It is important to have prenatal ultrasounds with
a healthcare provider who has experience reading the results. Sushila Mathrutva Clinic has highly experienced
Your doctor or radiologist may discuss the results during the ultrasound.
Sushila Mathrutva Clinic you will get reports within 24 hours.