Bladder Cancer

Over 10,000 people are diagnosed with bladder cancer every year. The first signs are normally noticing blood in the urine, it may just slightly change the colour at first, to a light orange or light pink, so you may not think much of it, it is only once the urine is tested the blood will…

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Anomaly Scan

An anomaly scan will check for any major abnormalities physically in the baby. It can also be known as a mid-pregnancy scan as it is best performed around 18-21 weeks of the pregnancy. The anomaly scan will take a close look at your womb and the baby. The sonographer will check that your baby is…

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Men’s abdominal Scans

There can be many reasons why a man may need an abdominal scan. Abdominal scans are usually suggested if a man is suffering from stomach pain or abnormal bloating. In the abdomen, there are several major organs, including the appendix, the bladder, the liver, the spleen, the pancreas, and the gallbladder. Abdominal scans can help…

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Testicular Scan / Scrotal Scan

The testicles are part of the reproductive system for males. They produce testosterone and make sperm. There are some common problems that can occur with the testicles such as pain and swelling, bruising, pain and discomfort in the lower abdomen, and nausea and/or vomiting which can be caused by a number of things. Testicles can…

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Why Private Scans Can Be More Beneficial Than Regular Scans

Scan of a hand

A lot of people find themselves questioning, what is better for me? A private scan or one arranged through the NHS? And often enough private scans outweigh the winner.  We’re going to explain to you exactly why. Private Scans Whether a pregnancy scan or a men’s kidney scan, one of the main things to consider…

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Kidney, Ureter and Bladder scan

Woman having a gel scan

Kidney, Ureter and bladder scan Are you suffering from bladder issues? Have you noticed pain in your lower abdomen or back, are you urinating more or less than usual, or have you noticed some blood in your urine? All the above can be symptoms of bladder problems. They can also be symptoms of kidney problems…

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Why choose Ultrasound care for your private ultrasound scan?

Ultrasound Care started in 2008, and since then we have established a reputation of professionalism and quality of service to all our clients. We are one of the pioneers in private ultrasound scanning services providing obstetrics and 4D scans, and various diagnostics for all the human body. Private Ultrasound Scans Here at Ultrasound Care you…

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Aortic Surveillance Scan

An aortic scan is a painless procedure that provides a clear image of your aorta, it can detect any blood clots or plaque by checking the shape and size of the aorta, it will look at the condition of the aorta and can monitor the dilation and abdominal aortic aneurysm (AAA). An aortic surveillance scan…

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Boosting your immune system at home during the pandemic

Our immune systems are a complex structure of antibodies, blood cells, and organs. Some parts of the system can act as barriers to viruses and bacteria, they can help to prevent the diseases reaching organs and can remove any unwanted invaders from your body. It is important to have a strong immune system to help…

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Testicular Scan

As a man, numerous problems can occur in the testicular/scrotal area. The two testicles are the main male organs that produce the male sex hormone testosterone and sperm. The fleshy pouch situated just underneath is called the scrotum. A man can suffer testicular pain or a change in the feel of the testicles, things such…

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