Ultrasound and imaging

At New Life hospitals, we have a well-equipped ultrasound clinic that offers state-of-the-art Imaging and ultrasound services. We take pride in being the providers of specialized fertility obstetric ultrasound and the gynecological facilities to all our patients.

We also have specialists who are highly trained in gynecology, obstetrics, and diagnostic imaging. Our staff is duly backed by proper understanding and knowledge of all the given treatments and diagnoses that ensures their proper conduction.

We give the tailor-made medical services for the specific needs of every individual. We have the expert team of sonographers, and the genetic counselors who will first understand your needs before suggesting any given treatment or solution in same regards. We do so by utilizing state-of-the-art ultrasound technology. In the process, we make use of the pre-pregnancy scanning, a trans-vaginal ultrasound, and the pelvic ultrasound.

The infertility ultrasound becomes the first test for the women who face issues in conceiving. Then we go ahead with the observation of the uterus and ovaries. Though ultrasound does not reliably detect the fallopian tubes, the simulation can give the proper idea about the size, shape, and formation of the uterus.

Even if there are fibroids within the uterus, technology can measure the ovaries’ shape and size. This data becomes the determinant of the ovarian reserve.

Ultrasound for monitoring infertility

For infertility treatment, we use fertility medications as it is known that the egg grows inside the follicles. That said, the follicles get filled with the fluid and enlarge the egg that is developing. In this case, the infertility ultrasound works for monitoring of the growth and development of the uterine lining.

Ultrasound for monitoring the pregnancy stage

After the pregnancy test is performed on the patient who is facing issues due to the recurrent miscarriage or infertility, it becomes essential for monitoring the growth and development of the pregnancy. Sometimes the pregnancy isn’t located within the uterus as it is expected to be.

That said, the pregnancy complication detection is possible with the ultrasound monitoring. In the procedure, we use the real-time images of the ovaries, bladder, uterus, cervix, and the adnexal area. We can give the images documented in the transverse sagittal or the oblique plane in the digital format.

The test types and stages

First of all, we start ahead with the 7-week ultrasound where we perform the ultrasound for confirming your date and several embryos.

We can also visualize the heart beating within the two to seven weeks. It usually becomes too early for acquiring the information.

Then we conduct the first-trimester ultrasound. This is the 11 and 14-week scan that can provide important information regarding pregnancy. The specialist can also talk you through more details.

Then we go ahead with the combined screening test for ‘down syndrome’. This step will show if the baby is in the increased risk for ‘down syndrome’ and other chromosomal abnormalities. Though the screening test isn’t effective in providing the definitive answer, it can tell the babies risk of the ‘down syndrome’. The screening test is also simple and non-invasive.

The mid trimester ultrasound becomes a 20-week scan that plays an important role. It can provide crucial information regarding fetal anatomy. It can also let us know about the Placenta position, pelvic anatomy, and fluid volume and cervix health.

The third-trimester ultrasound is a mandatory requirement for certain patients because they want to check the fetal growth and assess the Placenta position. It becomes the most remarkable way of checking fetal growth and assessing the position of the Placenta. We can also figure out other findings from the prior ultrasound.

Whenever you are on course to an IVF journey with us, you can stay assured of getting supportive specialists by your side for understanding the options and taking the next step. The conversations are also informative and will give you reliable insight into the pregnancy stages.