Posts Tagged ‘ultrasound’
Particularly during pregnancy, ultrasound remains the most appropriate study to follow the development of the fetus in the uterus and the status of the pelvic organs of women during pregnancy, as it is safe and does not cause any risk either the mother or the baby, since it does not emit radiation (such as using x-rays).
Your doctor may ask you for a scan or ultrasound during the first trimester of your pregnancy, to:
- Confirm that the pregnancy is normal
- Determine the baby’s age
- Search problems such as ectopic pregnancy or threatened abortion may rule
- To determine the fetal heart rate
- Search multiple pregnancies (twins, triplets, etc.). Read the rest of this entry »
If you are pregnant, possibly your gynecologist (a) you have requested that an ultrasound and I have several doubts. What is the study, it is risky for the baby, hurt me, why do I need? Here we have the answer to all these questions and other issues that you should know about prenatal ultrasound or ultrasound.
Have you ever heard that your grandfather did an ultrasound to check the status of your blood vessels, suffering heart problems, and a companion work also had indicated this study, but because he had liver problems. Now, are you happy with your pregnancy and your doctor asked you to give you an ultrasound or ultrasound, then you ask yourself: “I have a problem, why ask me for an ultrasound?”. Read the rest of this entry »