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​Gynecologic Ultrasound Screenings at Magee-Womens Imaging

Although ultrasounds are commonly performed during a pregnancy, gynecologic screenings may be necessary to identify any abnormalities in the pelvic area.

The board-certified perinatologists at Magee-Womens Imaging perform ultrasounds either trans-abdominally or trans-vaginally. The pain-free procedure typically lasts 40 minutes.

Perinatologists can obtain a clear visual of potential problems, such as:

  • Pelvic or abdominal pain
  • Irregular or menstrual bleeding
  • Any suspected pelvic abnormality identified during a physical exam

He or she will then collaborate with your physician to interpret your ultrasound and identify a personalized treatment plan.

Learn more about ultrasound at UPMC.

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