What Is The Difference Between The Ultrasound Results Of The Egg And The Gestational Sac?
Tonight, I want to ask, what’s the difference between uSG egg and pregnancy sac? Could there be an error reading by Dr ultrasound results? Thanks.
The characteristics of the eggs on the ultrasound image are difficult to see. In certain conditions, for example, when you are fertile, a transvaginal ultrasound examination can help identify eggs in the ovaries, but if they are out of the ovaries it will be difficult to recognize eggs.
The use of ultrasound is generally done to find out if there are problems in the reproductive organs such as pregnancy (looking at the gestational sac and its development), to see if there are fibroid tissue disorders in the uterus or disorders of the ovaries such as cysts, etc.
A radiology specialist who is in charge and competent in his field is certainly able to distinguish between gestational sacs and eggs well. It would be better to explain the specifics when you consult with the doctor concerned.
I hope this helps.