Ultrasound in Women


Although the effects of ultrasound are still being studied, no harmful effects to either the woman or the fetus have been found in over 20 years of use. The long-term risks of ultrasound, if any, are unknown but there are many benefits. It does not involve harmful radiation, drugs, dyes, or chemical and it can detect certain problem accurately and often rapidly.

Combine with other test and exams, ultrasound can help your doctor make an accurate diagnosis and determine proper treatment for certain problems. Ultrasound is often advised for woman who may have problems during pregnancy. It can enable your doctor to follow such problems much closely, helping to promote your good health and your well-being.

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