Preparation for a dating ultrasound
Ultrasound, also called sonography, uses sound waves to develop ultrasound images of what's going on inside the body.
Then a radiologist or your doctor will interpret the ultrasound images.
This technology can help diagnose and treat certain conditions. Early on, they may be used to determine due dates, reveal the presence of twins or other multiples, and rule out ectopic pregnancies.
This is so the transducer can easily glide across your skin without any air in between.
He or she may be looking for specific markers and may make measurements or notes while the test is in progress.
A sensor covered in conductive gel is moved across the skin (along the path of the vessel or organ being examined). Duration: 30 minutes This examination studies blood circulation in the veins. Duration: 60 minutes Instructions: No preparation necessary.
Duration: 30 minutes This examination is used to assess problems related to the testicles and surrounding area.
Duration: 30 minutes Instructions: Drink one litre of water before the exam (have a full bladder).
Duration: 30 minutes Instructions: Do not eat for six hours prior to the exam AND drink one litre of water (have a full bladder).
Have nothing to eat or drink after 10pm the night before. To fill your bladder, drink four large glasses (32 oz.) of water (no carbonated beverages or milk products) at least two hours prior to the appointment and do not go to the washroom.Tags: Adult Dating, affair dating, sex dating