We know how hard it can be to get an ultrasound currently. We offer affordable ultrasound scans with a GP consultation included so you don’t need to worry about getting hold of your NHS GP.
Found a lump? Need a routine breast ultrasound? Worried about abdominal pain? Have a family history of an illness and want a preventative scan?
Whatever you need, our GPs will give you the right advice and our expert team will ensure your scan goes smoothly and without a hitch. Once the report comes back (usually within 24 hours), reported by a Consultant Radiologist, our GP will contact you to talk you through your result and any next steps.
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An ultrasound uses sound waves to create a picture of the inside of your body. There are many uses of ultrasound from looking in detail at a lump or bump, checking for gynaecological conditions such as PCOS or endometriosis to a routine check of the breasts or prostate.
The sonographer uses something called an ultrasound probe that touches your skin, aided by a gel, that sends sound waves that in return bounce back as echoes to create an image on a screen. Some ultrasounds take place internally through the vagina, for example. This is called a transvaginal ultrasound, and is a common ultrasound used to diagnose gynaecological conditions.
Ultrasounds are painless and even internal ultrasounds only usually cause mild discomfort. You do not feel the sound waves or any heat, for example.
This depends on the part of your body being scanned. You may need to remove some clothing and wear a gown.
Most ultrasound scans are quick and easy, taking anywhere from 15 minutes to 45 minutes.
Your ultrasound will be reported by a Consultant Radiologist with a special interest in the area being scanned. For example, if you scan a joint, the radiologist will have a special interest in musculoskeletal medicine.
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