Fertility Treatment Ultrasound Scan
Fertility ultrasound scans for IVF / FET cycles
Are you having fertility treatment In Europe or further afield?
Your fertility clinic will need access to high resolution transvaginal ultrasound scans on certain days of your medicated cycle to measure your follicles (count and size) and to assess the size and pattern of your endometrium (lining). For IVF and FET it is normally between day 8 and day 10.
Over the last 5 years we have scanned many patients that have had fertility treatment abroad. We know exactly what your fertility clinic will need to see on the report for your treatment. We understand your report is time sensitive and needs to be sent to your coordinator straight away so that your treatment care plan goes to schedule.
No referral is required however you will need to provide your coordinator email address to send the
report to. All reports are emailed to both you and your coordinator after your scan. We have been
using this report template for the last 5 years. It is a quick and efficient way of getting the important
diagnostic information to your clinic to assist in your fertility treatment.
We have established connections with all of the main fertility clinics in Europe including Genet, IVF
CUBE, Repromed, Serum Greece, IVF Barcelona and many more.
Here are links to recommended European clinics we work with:
IVF Treatment Ultrasound Scans
IVF treatment ultrasound scans
– Your fertility clinic may ask you to provide a pre-treatment ultrasound scan to assess your
pelvic anatomy prior to a consultation or you may be requested to book an ultrasound during
your IVF or FET treatment to find out information on your medicated cycle.
Our scans will look at the following:
Assess the size and shape and orientation of your uterus
Assess the endometrial cavity pattern ( lining of your womb) and height
Outrule or identify if uterine fibroids are present and location
Outrule any possible ovarian or uterine pathology
Calculate the volume of the ovaries
Complete an antral follicle count on each ovary ( if pre-treatment) or a pre-treatment scan can be completed at any stage of your cycle however some clinics may specify a particular time of your cycle for the scan.
If you know the date you need your scan