3D/4D Ultrasound

Gada IVF is a leading fertility clinic that offers state-of-the-art treatments and services to help couples achieve their dream of parenthood. With a team of experienced doctors, advanced technology, and personalized care, Gada IVF has helped numerous couples overcome infertility challenges and start or expand their families.

About Ultrasound
Ultrasound technology has revolutionized medicine, particularly reproductive health. At Gada IVF, we use ultrasound to monitor follicle growth and egg development during fertility treatments. With advancements in ultrasound technology, we are able to provide more accurate diagnoses and improve our patients’ success rates.

Transvaginal ultrasound
Transvaginal Ultrasound is a commonly used procedure in the field of fertility treatments, particularly at Gada IVF. This type of ultrasound involves inserting a tiny probe into the vagina to get a closer look at reproductive organs and structures. It can provide valuable information for diagnosing infertility issues and monitoring progress during fertility treatments. At Gada IVF, this procedure is performed by highly trained professionals who are dedicated to helping individuals and couples achieve their dream of starting or expanding their family through assisted reproduction techniques.

USG folliculometery
USG folliculometery is a medical procedure that uses ultrasound technology to track the development of ovarian follicles in women. This process involves using an ultrasound machine to produce images of the ovaries and monitor the growth of follicles containing eggs. It is commonly used in fertility treatments to help determine the best time for ovulation or egg retrieval.

Obstetric scan
An obstetric scan is a type of ultrasound that uses sound waves to create images of the inside of the uterus and surrounding organs. This procedure is commonly used during pregnancy to monitor the health and development of the fetus, as well as detect any potential complications. It can also be used for other purposes, such as determining gestational age, checking for multiple pregnancies, or identifying abnormalities in the placenta or amniotic fluid. Obstetric scans have significantly improved prenatal care and allow healthcare providers to closely monitor both mother and baby throughout pregnancy.