Follicle Tracking Scans In Dublin
Day 3, 9, 14 and 18 of the menstrual cycle:
To survey ovarian cysts, follicles or confirm ovulation. 1st visit €150.00
Pelvic follow up scans (within 6 months): €80.00
What is a follicle tracking scan?
A follicle tracking scan measures the size of any active follicles. Follicles are the fluid filled sacs of the ovaries that can contain an egg and knowing the size can help to predict when ovulation will occur. It is performed to estimate when ovulation is likely to occur and can increase your chances of fertilisation, both naturally and with the help of fertility treatment.
• Optimises chance of natural fertilisation
• Assists fertility treatment
• Surveys the uterus, endometrium and ovaries
• No GP referral required
• Available 7 Days A Week
You will receive
• Results on the day
• A detailed report
When is the follicle tracking scan performed? You will usually need three follicle tracking scans performed in any one menstrual cycle. A detailed gynaecological scan is performed on your first appointment – this takes place from about day 3 to 5 of your menstrual cycle – day one is the first day of bleeding. Subsequent scans are performed at 1 – 2 day intervals as indicated and concentrates on the ovaries and endometrium. These scans are offered at a lower cost.
What happens during a follicle tracking scan?
Follicle tracking scans are performed internally for maximum accuracy. Any growing follicles are measured, as when the follicles reach a certain size we are able to estimate when you are likely to ovulate. During the examination we also check to see if you have any fibroids or polyps present that may cause complications with embryo implantation. What’s included in the report?
The gynaecological survey will include clinical diagnostic information on the:
• Right ovary
• Left ovary
Results from your ultrasound examination will be available immediately after your appointment.
We will provide a digital copy for you and your gynaecologist or fertility specialist immediately and directly to your email address or mobile phone.