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Pelvic scans examine female reproduction organs and help monitor ongoing gynaecological problems.
- Emergency appointments
- Expert gynaecological care and advice
- No GP referral required
- Weekday, Thursday evening or Saturday clinics
- Convenient central London location
You will receive
- Results on the day
- A detailed report clinical report for your gynaecologist or GP
What happens with your results?
The results from your scan and any treatment options will be discussed during your appointment and detailed medical report prepared.
What is it?
A pelvic scan is a detailed gynaecological examination of the reproductive organs using ultraosund.
You may require a pelvic scan if you are experiencing pelvic pain, lower abdominal pain or unusual bleeding.
Pelvic scans are also useful to monitor ongoing gynaecological problems such as Polycystic Ovary Syndrome (PCOS) and Uterine Fibroids.
How is the scan performed?
The scan is performed internally using a long narrow probe that is inserted into the vagina.
The procedure is quick and painless and takes around 10 minutes to complete.
Find out how to prepare for the scan. Read more
When will I get the result?
The results from your scan and any treatment options will be provided during your appointment.
A detailed medical report will be prepared for both you and your GP or gynaecologist.
At the London Ultrasound Centre we’re experts at performing scans to detect and monitor female gynaecological problems.
Find out more about women’s gynaecological conditions.
We are used to dealing with emergency gynaecological conditions and always reserve some appointments for these situations.
However, if you are experiencing intense pain and losing a great deal of blood, we strongly recommend you attend your nearest NHS A&E instead.