Infertility ultrasound is preferred and usually mandatory for women who are having difficulty conceiving. In order to identify the abnormality that is causing this problem, the obstetricians and gynecologists (OB-GYNs) use an ultrasound probe to observe and assess female abdominal and pelvic structures starting from day 3 of the cycle.
In order to better monitor their patients, OB-GYNs tend to use a transvaginal ultrasound scanner such as the Wireless Transvaginal Ultrasound Scanner SIFULTRAS-5.36. This device enables doctors to examine female reproductive organs regardless of the patient’s condition (handicap/ obesity). Its remoteness, lightweight, and advanced design make the SIFULTRAS-5.36 a highly recommended device to be used in various procedures such as follicular monitoring, fallopian tubes examination, or endometrial lining measurement.
High frequency sound waves are emitted through the ultrasound probe that eventually records the reflections of those waves off body structures and then creates an image of the body part that will be displayed on your smartphone or tablet’s screen.
To ensure a successful conceive, it is important to check the number of the follicles present and whether they are big enough to contain a mature oocyte, or if they are relatively small and need maturation in vitro in order to boost the patient’s fertility. Follicles are the small ovarian cysts that contain eggs. At the beginning of a menstrual cycle, using the Wireless Ultrasound Scanner SIFULTRAS-5.36 makes it possible to visualize the follicles situated in the ovary.
Equally important is the examination of the fallopian tube. Hence, using a transvaginal ultrasound SIFULTRAS-5.36 is mandatory to provide detailed pictures of the organs in the pelvis, mainly the uterus (including fallopian tubes and ovaries).
During the transvaginal ultrasound, the special transducer is inserted into the vagina, gently moved around and inside of the pelvis, and pictures are taken to depict any abnormality that may be making it difficult for the patient to conceive.
Also, a thick endometrial lining is associated with high in vitro fertilization (IVF) pregnancy rates. That is why the endometrial thickness is now routinely measured using a transvaginal ultrasound scanner such as the SIFULTRAS-5.36 or SIFULTRAS-5.43 during in vitro fertilization as a mean to prevent poor endometrial lining that usually leads to IVF failures or early miscarriages.