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Hospital samples are also classified under a broad spectrum at times, including blood, urine, or stool testing – which means samples don’t have to be sent elsewhere for testing. This cuts down on time taken for tests, saves money, and reduces stress for both patient and doctor! For blood tests, for example, the reports will be turned around within 24 hours, but a faster turnaround may also be an option in circumstances where more prompt handling is required.
Why book an Ultrasound Scrotum Test?
There are several reasons to book an ultrasound scrotum test. These are as follows-
- Lump in the scrotum or testicles
- Pain or swelling in the testicles
- Testicular torsion (twisted spermatic cord)
- The outcome of trauma to the scrotum
- Undescended testicles
- Epididymitis (inflammation of epididymis)
In case you are experiencing any such conditions, it is suggested to book the Scrotum Ultrasound at the earliest possible. This helps detect and evaluate disorders related to testicles, epididymis, and scrotum.
What are all tests included in the Ultrasound Scrotum Test?
This is an outpatient procedure; therefore, no other tests are included in the ultrasound scrotum test. Scrotum Ultrasound uses sound waves to produce the image of the male testicles and the surrounding tissues. Based on the acquired results, your health expert will plan the treatment process.
What preparation is required for the Ultrasound Scrotum Test?
While going for the ultrasound, little to no preparation is required. Firstly, Choose your attire, keeping comfort in mind, or you might need to slip into hospital gowns to ease out the process. Make sure you drink plenty of water before the test is conducted as you might need to use the washroom or pass urine to complete the test procedure. Also, food intake can alter the test readings; hence, it is suggested to fast for at least 4-6 hours before the test.
If a child has to undergo a Scrotum Ultrasound, the parents must explain the procedure first and remain in the examination room for support.
Make sure your doctor is well-aware of your medical history along with your family’s medical history, as it will help them to plan treatment well. Besides this, if there is any other information, you will be updated about the same.
What is the average cost of the Ultrasound Scrotum Test in Mumbai?
The cost of the Ultrasound Scrotum Test depends on the city, the lab partner, the specific recommendations made by the physician, and some other factors. The average cost of this test in Mumbai is usually between Rs 750 to Rs 850. We highly recommend looking up the actual cost at the time of booking the appointment.
How to book Ultrasound Scrotum in Mumbai?
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Frequently Asked Questions
Is a doctor's prescription mandatory for Ultrasound Scrotum Test?
Yes, a doctor’s note is mandatory for getting an Ultrasound Scrotum test done.
Are there any discounts running on MFine for Ultrasound Scrotum Test?
You can avail of up to 50% discount on MFine for Ultrasound Scrotum Test. This may vary based on your location and the preferred lab partner.
Will I get a report analysis after the test?
Yes, your report analysis will be done by an expert doctor for free on the MFine app.
Are there any packages available on MFine for scans?
Yes, there is the Healthy Heart Package and Complete Pollution Package that you can avail through MFine. These packages include multiple scans to detect problems or diseases.
Can I reschedule my appointment?
Yes, you can reschedule your appointment. However, it is subject to the availability of slots.
Does Scrotum Ultrasound hurt?
No, the Ultrasound Scrotum Test is a painless and non-invasive process. However, you might feel a certain level of pressure during the test procedure.
Do I need to pause my usual medications before undergoing Scrotum Ultrasound?
No, there is no need to stop your usual medications before undergoing the Scrotum Test. However, it is suggested to consult your health expert regarding the same.
I stay in Gurgaon. Can I book an Ultrasound Scrotum Test for my grandfather staying in Mumbai?
Yes, you can easily book an Ultrasound Scrotum Test for your relatives and old family members living in places where MFine services are easily available.
How long does the Scrotum Ultrasound take?
The test usually takes 25 to 30 minutes to complete.
Is fasting necessary before going for the Ultrasound Scrotum Test?
Yes, before going for the Ultrasound Scrotum Test, it is important to fast for at least 8-9 hours to avail accurate test readings.
If I am suffering from diabetes, can I undergo Scrotum Ultrasound?
Yes, even if you’re suffering from diabetes, you can undergo the ultrasound scrotum test easily.
When will I get the Scrotum Ultrasound report?
Usually, it takes around 1-2 days to get the test reports for Scrotum Ultrasound. In case there are any emergencies, reports can be obtained immediately.
How can I download my Scrotum Ultrasound reports?
You can follow the following steps to download the test reports –
- Login to MFine
- Go to your profile
- Click Attachment and Reports
- Click Lab Report and download the same.
What are the benefits of undergoing a Scrotum Ultrasound?
There are several benefits to undergoing the ultrasound scrotum test. This test is completely safe, non-invasive, painless, comfortable, and inexpensive.
Can I detect infertility using Scrotum Ultrasound?
Male infertility can be detected using Scrotum Ultrasound. It looks at the parts of the body that make and store sperm, such as the scrotum and testicles. Infertility can be caused by testicular problems such as cysts, tumors, infection, past testicular surgery, or undescended testicles.