At-Home Gynaecological Ultrasound Testing

Ultrasounds are often associated with the pregnancy journey, monitoring the health of the mother, child, and providing additional information such as due date, gender, and more. Ultrasounds are also an effective way of monitoring general health conditions, including pelvic and gynaecological assessments.


COVID-19 remains a concern for many when it comes to visiting a clinic for tests. Due to this, at-home ultrasounds are becoming increasingly more popular. Find out more about VisitHealth's extensive ultrasound scans here!

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What is an Ultrasound

Ultrasounds create images of internal bodily structures by emitting high-frequency vibrations. In the simplest terms, ultrasounds allow doctors, nurses, and medics to see what's happening inside your body. This can help to highlight any internal abnormalities that may need medical treatment.
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Why might I need an Ultrasound?

Ultrasound is commonly used to detect abnormalities in the pelvic organs, including the uterus, fallopian tubes, and ovaries. If you have a family history of gynaecological disease or are experiencing abnormal pain or bleeding, we’d suggest booking this routine ultrasound.
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Frequently Asked Questions

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    Is an at-home ultrasound scan as reliable as one in a hospital?


    Yes! Industry-standard equipment is used by our fully trained medics to give you a comfortable and professional scan. The only difference is that you can have it from the comfort of your own home.

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    What COVID-19 Procedures Are In Place For At-Home Testing?

    Our medics stick to the strictest of COVID-19 procedures to ensure you are safe and feel comfortable throughout our visit. This includes COVID testing before the visitation, use of PPE, and social distancing where possible. Speak with our friendly team to find out more about our COVID protocols.
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    When and How Will I Get My Pregnancy Scan Test Results?



    You will receive your test results immediately, at the time of visit. You will also receive a detailed ultrasound report for your maternity notes.

What is a Gynaecological Ultrasound Scan?

Fibroids, which are benign growths found in the uterus, affects between 20-30% of the population. This condition can cause heavy bleeding and discomfort for women. An ultrasound can detect fibroids, as well as cancer and ovarian cysts. The ultrasound is an external and painless procedure that can detect these conditions, allowing medical practitioners to recommend a relevant recovery plan early on.
Gynaecological Ultrasound Scan

Gynaecological Ultrasound Scan

To book a Gynaecological Ultrasound Scan, add this scan to the cart using the button to the right. If you have any questions you can use the online chat or give us a call to speak to a member of our team. The results will be explained to you in real-time by your medic.
Gynaecological Ultrasound Scan

Gynaecological scan

VSGS

A Gynaecological scan is an ultrasound test to examine conditions affecting the organs in a woman's pelvis - the uterus, fallopian tubes, and ovaries. It helps your doctor to investigate some conditions and symptoms like abnormal bleeding or fibroids.


Scanning will be performed both via the tummy and, with your consent, via a vaginal approach.


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£200.00

Excludes visit fee

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What is an Adolescent Scan?

Adolescent ultrasound imaging of the abdomen uses sound waves to produce images of the inside of the body. It does not use radiation and has no known harmful effects. It is very useful for evaluating the causes of abdominal or pelvic pain in young women (up to 16 years old).
Adolescent Scan

Adolescent Scan

To book a Gynaecological Ultrasound Scan, add this scan to the cart using the button to the right. If you have any questions you can use the online chat or give us a call to speak to a member of our team. The results will be explained to you in real-time by your medic.
Adolescent Scan

Adolescent scan

VSAS

Adolescent ultrasound imaging of the abdomen uses sound waves to produce images of the inside of the body. It does not use radiation and has no known harmful effects. It is very useful for evaluating the causes of abdominal or pelvic pain in young women (up to 16 years old).

Same day

£120.00

Excludes visit fee

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What is a Premenopausal scan?

The purpose of a menopause ultrasound is to determine whether or not you are going through menopause by using ultrasound scanning. Our high-quality scanning equipment will determine whether you have follicles left, letting you know if you are still fertile or you are in a menopausal state.
Premenopausal scan

Premenopausal Scan

To book a Premenopausal Scan, add this scan to the cart using the button to the right. If you have any questions you can use the online chat or give us a call to speak to a member of our team. The results will be explained to you in real-time by your medic.
Premenopausal Scan

Premenopausal scan

VSPR

The purpose of a menopause ultrasound is to determine whether or not you are going through menopause by using ultrasound scanning. Our high-quality scanning equipment will determine whether you have follicles left, letting you know if you are still fertile or you are in a menopausal state.

Same day

£180.00

Excludes visit fee

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What is a Postmenopausal Scan?

Menopause can cause many uncomfortable symptoms such as irregular periods, hot flashes, chills, night sweats, mood changes, and weight gain. If you feel you are experiencing any of these problems, we recommend booking the visit for an ultrasound scan which will let you know if you are experiencing menopause.
Postmenopausal Scan

Postmenopausal Scan

To book a Postmenopausal Scan, add this scan to the cart using the button to the right. If you have any questions you can use the online chat or give us a call to speak to a member of our team. The results will be explained to you in real-time by your medic. 
Postmenopausal Scan

Postmenopausal scan

VSPO

This Postmenopausal scan is available to women one year after their last period.


Menopause can cause many uncomfortable symptoms such as irregular periods, hot flashes, chills, night sweats, mood changes, and weight gain. If you feel you are experiencing any of these problems, we recommend booking the visit for an ultrasound scan which will let you know if you are experiencing menopause.


This type of scan helps to assess the risk of ovarian cancer. Ovarian cancer is one of the most common causes of cancer-related deaths among women. It results in 5 % of all cancer deaths in women.

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£180.00

Excludes visit fee

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How does VisitHealth work?

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    Step 1: Book a home visit

    Book an appointment via our website or email/call our team. A visit fee will apply depending on your location and appointment time.
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    Step 2: Meet our practitioner

    We come to you on the day your visit is booked. VisitHealth practitioner will have all the required equipment to provide a COVID-19 test to you and your family.
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    Step 3: Get the results & certificate

    We deliver results and certificates electronically via email or by post to you or your doctor. 
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    Want to know more about our COVID policy?

    COVID-19 has caused understandable disruption to public health services across the UK. Hospitals are potentially highly-infectious places at the moment, meaning many people are turning to at-home testing.


    VisitHealth is adhering to the strictest of COVID policies to ensure that our medics not only provide you with a professional service, but also the most comfortable and safe environment possible.  Read our COVID-19 policy here.

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