Executive Level Ultrasound Testing in Naperville

Do you have a Healthy Pelvis? There are many different issues that can affect women’s gynecological organs. Many times, women go to the doctor for years and never have any evaluation of their pelvis other than a bimanual and speculum exam. These methods can miss many of the ailments that can affect a woman’s most vital organs.

Women can have fibroids, ovarian cysts, abscesses, polycystic ovary syndrome, uterine anomalies, misplaced IUDs that cause pelvic pain, pain with intercourse, annoying bleeding, urinary symptoms, pregnancy abnormalities, infertility and possibly cancer. Without the proper testing, many of these symptoms go undiagnosed and untreated.

What is Executive Level Ultrasound Testing?

A routine screening pelvic ultrasound is the best form of imaging available for female gynecological organs. The ultrasound test will take approximately 30 minutes and consist of two parts: transabdominal (on top of the lower abdomen) and transvaginal (a camera that is designed to be inserted into the vaginal canal.) You will arrive to the office with a comfortably full bladder for the transabdominal portion of the test, then can fully empty your bladder before the transvaginal portion. There is no radiation involved in an ultrasound and most patients find the exam to be completely painless.

Why Should You Have Routine Ultrasound Testing?

Using pelvic ultrasound as a screening tool can not only detect many missed conditions that can potentially have adverse effects on a woman, but can also establish a baseline for anything that may come up in the future. Let’s say one day you do start having pain, heavy bleeding or difficulty getting pregnant and there is something seen on an ultrasound. Is this new? Or has it been there for the past 10 years and you just didn’t know due to inadequate testing?

Why Should You Visit The Wright Center for Ultrasound Testing?

Here at The Wright Center we have a very robust and advanced Sonography department beyond what you would typically see in the traditional OBGyn department. We have a total of 7 sonographers with a diverse background. We have monthly training geared directly towards ultrasound education and reviewing complex ultrasound cases as a team. We have many providers that are RDMS certified. We have a 3D and 4D ultrasound and we also use Trice so that you can get images of your baby sent right to your phone.

Many of the procedures done in-office are done under ultrasound guidance to help ensure safety.

Ultrasound guidance is also utilized during many routine in-office procedures such as IUD placements and biopsies to ensure the procedure is done correctly and safely the first time so that you will not need repeated procedures. We use ultrasound guidance to prevent uterine perforations and displacement of the IUD that otherwise would never be known until you become pregnant. The Wright Center offers the highest quality of care for women’s sexual and gynecologic health.




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