Pelvic Ultrasound

Ultrasound uses sound waves to create a picture of the internal organs of the body. The sound waves hit tissue, fluid or bone, and then the waves bounce back like echoes, creating an image that is relayed onto a screen. No radiation is involved.

An ultrasound is used in gynecology to examine the pelvic organs, uterus, cervix, tubes and ovaries. It is often used to help identify a pelvic mass, ovarian cyst, fibroids, or causes for abnormal bleeding and infertility.

Depending on what symptoms or problems you may be having, when you call to make your appointment, we will be able to let you know if you will need a pelvic ultrasound.

When you call 713-465-5966, we will be able to let you know if you will need a pelvic ultrasound depending on what symptoms or problems you may be having.