Unlike traditional X-rays, a transvaginal ultrasound does not use any radiation.
Between uses the probe should be soaked in disinfectant.
The pelvic organs can now be imaged with a resolution not possible earlier.
To prevent cross contamination between patients a disposable cover, usually a latex condom, should be placed over the probe and secured by rubber bands or other suitable means.
Once your ultrasound is done, the ultrasound technician or doctor will remove the probe and leave the room so you can get dressed.
A transvaginal ultrasound usually takes anywhere from a few quick moments to around 45 minutes.
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