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Ultrasound Specialist

Lori Lambert, M.D.

OB-GYN located in Orlando, FL

Dr. Lori Lambert, a leading OB/GYN located in Orlando, Florida, uses pelvic ultrasound for fetal monitoring and other diagnostic purposes. Pelvic ultrasound is an effective, non-invasive diagnostic tool provided by Dr. Lambert to women throughout the greater Orlando area.

Ultrasound Q & A

What is a pelvic ultrasound?

A pelvic ultrasound is a noninvasive tool that provides internal imaging of a woman’s reproductive/urinary system. Most people are familiar with its use to monitor the development of a fetus. However, ultrasound is also used to diagnose and monitor a number of other conditions, as well, including cancer, uterine fibroids and Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome (PCOS). Ultrasound technology uses sound waves that bounce off of internal organs, producing images that are transmitted to a video screen. These images enable the doctor to view internal images of organs, tissues, and muscles.

Is ultrasound safe?

Absolutely. Ultrasound pelvic examinations are safe and are also painless and noninvasive.

What preparations are required for an ultrasound?

Whether any preparations are necessary depends on the reason for the ultrasound. Sometimes, the patient may need to fast for several hours prior to the scheduled appointment. In other instances, she may be required to drink a certain amount of water prior to ensure that her bladder is full. In other cases, such as when monitoring a fetus, no patient preparations are necessary. Patients are always given any necessary preparation instructions in advanced. It’s always best to wear loose fitting clothing.

How is the ultrasound performed?

This varies slightly based on the reason for the ultrasound; however, the patient will have a water-based gel to the pelvic region so the transducer can slide easily across the skin and provide sharp images. Depending on the purpose for the ultrasound, the procedure can take anywhere from 10 minutes to an hour.

Can you take a 3D image of my unborn child during the ultrasound?

With pleasure. In fact, Dr. Lambert can even provide you with a 3D/4D imaging and video of your unborn child to share with friends and family.

Insurance Providers

Here are just some of the insurance we accept. To find out if your insurance is accepted, give our office a call!

Aetna
Allegiance
Blue Cross Blue Shield
Cigna
CoreSource
Health Choice
Medicare
United Health Care