Our gynaecology scans are performed by qualified gynaecologic sonographers, who are able to provide GP referrals if further treatment is required. All investigative scans include a full report and supporting images. We also offer one-to-one consultations with a gynaecology specialist, where you can rest assured that all your needs and investigations will be discussed at length. If you would prefer a female sonographer or consultant for your private gynaecology ultrasound, please speak to one of our advisors at the time of booking your appointment.
This gynae ultrasound is recommended to pregnant women who have had a miscarriage, a premature baby, weak cervix or surgery on their cervix. It will measure the length of your cervix and assess the chance of a preterm birth.
If you are experiencing any pelvic pain, abdominal pain or abnormal bleeding you may need an emergency gynaecology scan.
If you’ve experienced irregular pain or bleeding, this could be a symptom of endometriosis – a condition where uterus cells grow into other areas. This gynaecology ultrasound will check for this condition.
Provides a detailed look at your endometrial lining prior to IVF treatment. This scan can also be used to identify the position of your intra uterine contraceptive device or to identify abnormalities in your endometrial lining.
A fibroid scan looks for benign (non-cancerous) tumours of the womb muscle. These are commonly found in women of a reproductive age.
Performed 6 to 9 days after the start of your menstrual cycle, this gynaecology scan will help aid fertility treatment.
If you think you may be experiencing the menopause, using ultrasound scanning we will check for this condition. The menopause is the permanent cessation of reproductive fertility some time before the end of the natural lifespan.
This scan will investigate the cause of any heavy periods (menorrhagia), frequent periods (polymenorrhea), irregular periods (oligomenorrhea), painful periods (dysmenorrhoea) or bleeding after intercourse (post-coital).
This gynaecology scan determines whether a cyst exists, the type of cyst and the number of cysts found.
This reassurance gynaecology scan will investigate any acute or chronic pain experienced in the pelvis and confirm there are no underlying problems.
Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome is when multiple follicles/cysts grow in the ovaries. Symptoms of PCOS include irregular periods, acne, excess body hair, being overweight and infertility. This gynaecologic scan will investigate this issue.
Ligaments and supporting tissue of the pelvis can stretch and weaken over the years, especially after childbirth. This scan includes a detailed report and images.