Someone had a orgasm with a transvaginal ultrasound ?
For those women that have had a transvaginal ultrasound, did the technician insert the transducer themself, or did they have you insert the transducer?
Here is a good video of a Pelvic US.
Tvu definitely was not a very pleasant experience .i had to take it because i had some problems with my ovaries.it was really painfull when moved around
I've become aroused, but I've never had an orgasm. I am thankful that they use so much lubrication as I hope that it hides my own. I've had a few lengthy transvaginal ultrasounds, as well as one that required that I have a catheter just before to fill my bladder for resonance. That particular exam was both the most uncomfortable, but also the most stimulating.
Hard to become aroused during an exam which is being done for a diagnostic purpose.
Had my first one and the tech just placed it in the area and shoved it in. Luckily there was tons of gel on it to slide in. I would say the speculum during the pap hurts worst. The first part was the ultrasound across my belly which required a full bladder and me waiting with the full bladder, not fun.
I've gone to many tvu's with my wife, 4 kids and a few complications with pregnacies. Some techs are very gentle and others looked like they were shifting a semi truck down there. When I asked her if it was arousing the answer I got was it was 100 times more arousing for me than her.
@ nak 46,
Evaluation of lower abdominal pain between cycles, menstral issues, GYN issues etc. They have usually been performed in conjunction with an endometrial biopsy.
I have had many TVU's over the years. I enjoy the initial insertion, though the prodding is usually very painful! I have had male and female ultrasound techicians. I prefer a male technician.
My wife has had a few due to infertility treatments. The first time I just sat in the corner and couldn't see much, but the second time, the doctor was showing me what he was seeing on the ultrasound screen. Since the ultrasound machine was right near the table, I got a nice up close view of the procedure. It's weird standing there while another man inserts a big probe into your wife's vagina.
I've had it done once and the tech-a female gave me the wand to insert it myself. She never saw any part of me.
My doctor do abdominal and vaginal ultrasound every visit. Also a bimanual exam is done every time.
While Transvaginal, Testicular, and Transrectal ultrasounds are amazingly effective diagnostic tools. As is pertinent here, the use use of Transvaginal ultrasound is becoming more and more common in routine GYN exams and procedures, particularly for peri-menopausal woman, and adolescents. Both ends of the scale you may say. In the case of younger women or girls, it creates a permanent record or archive of (one of) the initial visits and makes studying changes much easier apart from its diagnostic value at the time. However, they are not, nor should they be used in place of visualization, and manual examination. They should augment it. I have yet to have a patient complain that it was painful, or even uncomfortable. I have had many, at first, look at the probe, and got a chuckle as their eyes widened and jaw dropped, with the look only we women can have that says, ¨You think you´re gonna get all that in me¨!
my girlfriend has scheduled a gyn exam next week, which includes a transvaginal ultrasound...and i am trying to convince her to let me in if the doctor accepts this..!! Last time he only performed a transvaginal ultrasound to her and no bimanual exam. is that common practice?
I think no.
Diagnostic ultrasound machines are very expensive. A replacement head alone can easily be over $10k. Then there is the preventative maintenance and service contracts. As a result, most clinics only reserve these for pregnancy because they can't afford one for well woman exams. Abdominal ultrasound probes have always been the norm. Most clinics don't have any other. Lately from my viewpoint the transvaginal probes are gaining some popularity although diagnostically an abdominal is really all that is needed. I think more male gyns have the t/v probes while female gyns never do. Ha Ha! I don't know whether it's just a phallic thing or they enjoy slipping it up the vaginas of their patients. Maybe both.
My wife just had an abdominal ultrasound as part of her yearly control. She said it was not too confortable in some areas, but bareable....Got it filmed on a cellphone and posted some pics(low quality camera). Waiting for a transvaginal ultrasound to happen.... (http://www.zity.biz/index.php?mx=gallery;ox=showalbum;ax=5287)
I've had both external and vaginal ultrasound because of cysts but there is nothing erotic with either whatsoever. Besides, the exam is conducted because something is wrong, which adds to the feeling of it being a true pain.
abdominal and transvaginal ultrasound
True story here... 16 years ago my wife had gone through several vaginal ultrasounds during her infertility treatments. I was actually present for one of these sessions where the doctor (a male) asked my wife if it would be acceptable for an international exchange program doctor (I don't remember the exact title of the guy so I'll just refer to him as student doctor) could be present. At that very split second, before my wife could even respond, the guy just pops into the room almost as if he had been standing in the hallway waiting for the doctor to signal to him in. I thought the whole experience was very odd but my wife didn't seem to mind much. In any case, my wife had a paper gown pretty much draped over her knees so he couldn't really see much anyway. As I was standing in the background watching the monitor, I noticed that the student doctor quickly bent over as if he wanted to see the position of the probe in my wife's vagina. I really don't think he was able to see anything as it was fairly dark in the room.
A few weeks later, my wife went for another vaginal ultrasound and told me that a male tech (not a doctor) actually performed it on her. She insisted that she was very well draped and that the tech didn't see her genitalia. This was the first and only time that I had ever heard of a male tech performing vaginal ultrasounds - I mean, WTH!! While I was upset that they allowed a male to perform these types of procedures, I was also jealous of the guy -- I so badly wanted his job :)
You are very kind, helpful and a badaloch too
Someone can find a video of a transvaginal ultrasound? I've searched a lot, but I haven't found anything interesting
By "interesting," do you mean PORNOGRAPHIC??
I found so many in 10 seconds I'm not even going to say where. 3-) 3-) 3-)
I liked the way it felt. It felt very deep and like it took forever for the tech to pull back out. Feeling the probe move around inside was a trip too. I actually enjoyed it not knowing what I was going in for
^^^^^ It doesn't compare at all.
The ultrasound is just a small, narrow sort of dildo shaped probe. It doesn't have any of the sensations of e-stim or a vibrator.
I wonder how transvaginal ultrasound compares to a G-spot vibrator or estim? Does anyone have experience with these to compare?
My wife is averaging about one every three weeks at a fertility clinic the first one she was too anxious to enjoy she said but the last two stimulated her to the point of us having to find a secluded spot to finish after the appointment
I most definately did not! It was not comfortable in any way shape or form!
I wish! I don't normally come from just vaginal stimulation. That being said, the tech was moving the transducer around and at one point pressed on my g spot and moved it around a bit. I was already aroused from the exposure and the embarrassment of having the procedure done in the first place, but then feeling that transducer rubbing around my g spot made me even more aroused. Too bad the whole thing was over with so quick.
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