Ultrasound

3D Ultrasound Technology for Waukesha and Southeast Wisconsin

Ultrasound Services Waukesha

Ultrasound has revolutionized the field of obstetrics and gynecology in the last 30 years. We are now able to visualize babies and treat gynecologic conditions more rapidly and less invasively because of ultrasound technology. Women’s Health Care, SC has been at the forefront of the ultrasound revolution. The first in-office ultrasound in the Waukesha area was at Women’s Health Care. Ultrasound is available at all our office sites including state of the art 3D ultrasound.

3D ultrasound services at Women's Healthcare WaukeshaIn your obstetric care, ultrasound establishes the viability and accurate dating of pregnancies. It also allows us to assess the growth and general health of your baby as well as visualize unfortunate anatomic problems your baby may have. In your gynecologic care, ultrasound helps us to see conditions causing pelvic pain and bleeding.

Women’s Health Care, SC offers immediate results because of our ability to perform ultrasounds in the office. This allows us to immediately correlate physical findings or symptoms you may have to findings on the ultrasound without time-consuming visits to the hospital.

Providers are certified by the American Institute of Ultrasound in  Medicine every three years.

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Sonohysterography Exams in Wisconsin

Women’s Health Care physicians are skilled in performing sonohysterography for a more detailed view of the inside of the uterus to help diagnose problems related to irregular bleeding, infertility, or recurrent miscarriages. Though the process is more involved than a traditional 3D ultrasound, it provides more detailed results.

This procedure is done in the office and usually takes about 15 minutes. Like a pelvic exam, a speculum is used to visualize the cervix. A thin tube is inserted through the cervical canal into the uterus. The speculum is then removed and the vaginal ultrasound probe is placed into the vagina. Sterile saline is gently injected to outline the uterine cavity and a diagnostic ultrasound picture is made. You may experience a brief mild cramp during the infusion of saline into the uterus. Once finished, the doctors of Women’s Health Care will be able to provide a more detailed analysis of your pregnancy and baby.

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Contact Women's Health Care Waukesha for more information on ultrasound procedures performed in our Waukesha, Brookfield, Mukwonago, Muskego, New Berlin, Pewaukee and Sussex offices