Iowa Radiology Blog

How Do I Know If I’m Infertile?

Dec 7, 2022 10:40:25 AM Posted by Iowa Radiology

Fertility Changes Over Time

If you’ve been trying to get pregnant, you may be surprised at how long it can take. While women tend to be most fertile in their 20s, many in the U.S. have been waiting longer to start their families....

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Sonohysterography for Investigating Gynecological Issues

Mar 25, 2018 8:47:00 AM Posted by Iowa Radiology

A woman who experiences symptoms like trouble getting pregnant, repeated miscarriages, or abnormal menstrual bleeding may be referred for a sonohysterogram to investigate possible causes. If a transabdominal or transvaginal...

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What Should I Expect During a Sonohysterogram?

Aug 30, 2017 9:17:00 AM Posted by Iowa Radiology

If your doctor recommends you undergo a sonohysterogram, you may not be fully aware of what that entails. This exam has several benefits, but also requires certain steps to ensure you are prepared ahead of time.

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Sonohysterography for Evaluating Fertility Issues

May 13, 2016 4:00:00 PM Posted by Iowa Radiology

A sonohysterogram or saline infusion sonogram (SHG) is a minimally invasive ultrasound imaging procedure that allows a radiologist to examine the interior of the uterus and the endometrium. One reason your doctor may recommend a...

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What Is a Sonohysterogram?

Mar 16, 2016 4:00:00 PM Posted by Iowa Radiology

A sonohysterogram is a minimally invasive ultrasound imaging (also called “sonography”) procedure that allows a radiologist to examine the interior of the uterus and its lining (endometrium).

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