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Endometriosis Scan

Explore comprehensive gynaecology ultrasound scans at Ultrasound Plus. Our private ultrasound scans cover a range of women’s health aspects, providing in-depth insights for your peace of mind.

Gynaecology Scans

Endometriosis Scan: £110

If you are looking for a team to help diagnose endometriosis, you have come to the right place; here at Ultrasound Plus, we can offer you ultrasound services to help determine whether or not you have severe endometriosis or a mild case.

Gynaecology Scans

Endometriosis Scan: £110

If you are looking for a team to help diagnose endometriosis, you have come to the right place; here at Ultrasound Plus, we can offer you ultrasound services to help determine whether or not you have severe endometriosis or a mild case.

What does an endometriosis scan include?

  • Detailed report and images sent electronically
  • A trans abdominal and a transvaginal/internal scan
  • 20 minute appointment
  • Same day results
  • No GP referral required

(Includes booking deposit of £30)

What Are The Symptoms of Endometriosis?

The symptoms associated with severe endometriosis and significant endometriosis can vary, affecting some women much worse than others; you can have mild r incredible painful symptoms.

The main symptoms of endometriosis are as follows;

  • pain in your tummy or back, which is worse during your period.
  • period pains that stop you from doing day to day activities
  • Pain after sexual intercourse
  • pain when peeing or pooing whilst you are on your period
  • Sickness, diarrhoea, blood in your pee
  • Failing to get pregnant
  • Superficial lesions are seen on an ultrasound

You may also find that you have heavy periods, heavy enough to use a large number of pads and tampons, sometimes even bleeding through your clothes. This is one of the more significant symptoms.

For some women, endometriosis can have a significant impact on their life. It may sometimes lead to feelings of depression., it can genuinely change the way you live your life, allowing us the chance to offer you an ultrasound to diagnose your condition rather than you simply living with it.

What Is The Treatment for endometriosis?

There is currently no known cure for endometriosis, but treatments are available to help calm the symptoms and make your day to day life more manageable.

These treatments include;

  • painkillers
  • Hormone medicines and contraceptive pills
  • Surgery to remove patches of endometriosis tissue
  • Surgery to remove part of all organs affected by endometriosis, such as a laparoscopy or hysterectomy.

Once we have provided you with your ultrasound scan results, it would be up to your GP or consultant at the hospital to decide on the correct course of action for you; this will be based on history and normal anatomy.

What is the purpose of an endometriosis ultrasound scan?

The purpose of the scan is to determine whether the patient is experiencing symptoms such as lower abdominal pain, painful periods, infertility or irregular periods due to endometriosis. The scan will investigate whether these cells appear outside of the womb. If you require a female sonographer or a consultant, please speak with one of our advisors at the time of your booking.

We aim to detect superficial lesions that could be caused by endometriosis; our sonographers can tell the difference between normal tissue and tissue where endometriosis grows. To find out what special preoperative measures are available to you, come and get an ultrasound scan done today.

Unfortunately, it is a long term condition that can have a significant impact on your life, but there are treatments out there that can help. Using our high-frequency sound waves ultrasound, we can locate the deep infiltrating endometriosis problem; using a vaginal scan, we can determine the damage and whether you need to be seen by a professional. Once you have an endometriosis diagnosis, you will be able to speak to a professional in the female reproductive system and see how they can help you.

Our endometriosis ultrasound scan investigates the womb area and checks whether this condition appears within the patient. It will look for these cells outside of the womb using ultrasound scanning. Please do not worry; a transvaginal ultrasound will not cause you any pain.

Ultrasound To Diagnose Endometriosis

Endometriosis is a condition where cells that are traditionally located within the womb cavity are located outside. This condition affects about 10% of the female population and is usually found in women in their thirties or forties. However, it can also be found in teens and young women.

Unfortunately, it is a long term condition that can have a significant impact on your life, but there are treatments out there that can help. Using our high-frequency sound waves ultrasound, we can locate the deep infiltrating endometriosis problem; using a vaginal scan, we can determine the damage and whether you need to be seen by a professional. Once you have an endometriosis diagnosis, you will be able to speak to a professional in the female reproductive system and see how they can help you.

Our endometriosis ultrasound scan investigates the womb area and checks whether this condition appears within the patient. It will look for these cells outside of the womb using ultrasound scanning. Please do not worry; a transvaginal ultrasound will not cause you any pain.

Book a Gynaecology Scan Near you

Booking Process:

For a reassuring gynaecology scan experience, choose Ultrasound Plus. With a focus on women’s health and a range of specialized scans available, including cervical length, emergency gynaecology, endometrial lining, and more, we ensure thorough insights in a comfortable setting. Book online or call us now at 0203 960 7960.

We understand the importance of convenience, offering appointments during weekdays, evenings, and weekends to accommodate your schedule. Trust Ultrasound Plus for a seamless booking experience and take the first step towards peace of mind.

Finding Our Ultrasound Clinic Near You:

Locating your nearest Ultrasound Plus clinic is effortless. With locations across the country, including East London (Docklands), Watford, Essex (Brentwood), Birmingham, Kingston, Leicester, and Northampton, you can choose the clinic nearest to you and easily schedule your ultrasound scan or test with Ultrasound Plus.

Should you require assistance in identifying the closest clinic, don’t hesitate to call us, and our friendly agents will be happy to assist you. Alternatively, you can browse our interactive map located at the bottom of the page for added convenience. Trust Ultrasound Plus for accessible and reliable ultrasound services tailored to your needs.

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