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Polycystic Ovary Syndrome (PCOS) Ultrasound Scan

Polycystic Ovary Syndrome (PCOS) is a common hormonal disorder affecting women of reproductive age. It can lead to various symptoms and complications, impacting fertility and overall health. In this informative guide, we’ll explore the symptoms, causes, and diagnostic approaches to PCOS, shedding light on this complex condition. At Phoenix Ultrasound, with branches in Surrey/Banstead and Central London, we offer specialized diagnostic services to support women in managing PCOS and optimizing their health.

Symptoms of PCOS:

PCOS can manifest with a wide range of symptoms, which may vary from person to person. Common symptoms include:

  •     –  Irregular menstrual cycles or absence of menstruation
  •     –  Excessive hair growth (hirsutism), particularly on the face, chest, or back
  •     –  Acne or oily skin
  •     –  Weight gain or difficulty losing weight
  •     –  Thinning hair or hair loss (alopecia)
  •     –  Darkening of the skin, particularly in body folds such as the neck, groin, or underarms (acanthosis nigricans)
  •     –  Pelvic pain or discomfort
  •     –  Difficulty conceiving or infertility
  •     –  Mood changes or depression

PCOS is a complex hormonal disorder that can have significant implications for a woman’s health and well-being. Early diagnosis and management are crucial for addressing symptoms, preserving fertility, and reducing the risk of long-term complications such as type 2 diabetes and cardiovascular disease.
At Phoenix Ultrasound, we offer specialized diagnostic services, including ultrasound imaging, to support women in managing PCOS and optimizing their health.

With branches conveniently located in Central London and Surrey/Banstead, we’re here to provide compassionate care and comprehensive diagnostics for women with PCOS.

A PCOS ultrasound scan is a medical imaging procedure used to diagnose polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS) by visualizing the ovaries and identifying any cysts or other characteristic features.
It is performed to diagnose PCOS and to assess the size of the ovaries, the number of follicles, and the presence of cysts, which are common features of PCOS.
While an ultrasound scan can provide important information suggestive of PCOS, it is not the only diagnostic criteria. Your healthcare provider will also consider your medical history, symptoms, and possibly blood tests to make a diagnosis.
Yes, in addition to PCOS, ultrasound scans can detect other gynecological conditions such as ovarian cysts, fibroids, and endometriosis.
You will have a detailed report and images in 24 hours after your scan.


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