Can Your Stomach Hurt After Ultrasound?

Is it normal to hurt after an ultrasound?

An abdominal ultrasound should not be painful and most patients don’t experience any discomfort.

However, if you have tenderness it may be uncomfortable when the transducer is moved over that part of your belly..

Does ultrasound have side effects?

Unlike some other scans, such as CT scans, ultrasound scans don’t involve exposure to radiation. External and internal ultrasound scans don’t have any side effects and are generally painless, although you may experience some discomfort as the probe is pressed over your skin or inserted into your body.

Can an ultrasound make you feel sick?

Exposure to high frequency sounds beyond the range of human hearing from public address systems, loudspeakers and door sensors in public places could be making people feel ill, research suggests.

Can abdominal ultrasound show inflammation?

Abdominal ultrasound tests can show the size of the abdominal organs and can help evaluate injuries to or diseases of the abdominal organs. Specific conditions that ultrasound can help diagnose include: appendicitis (inflammation of the appendix)

Why does my stomach hurt after ultrasound?

The pressure from the ultrasound wand might cause some discomfort if your abdomen is tender or painful. Take a few long, deep breaths to help yourself relax. Tell your doctor or technologist if any discomfort does not pass quickly.

Why did my abdominal ultrasound hurt?

These waves are too high-pitched for the human ear to hear. But the waves echo as they hit a dense object, such as an organ—or a baby. If you’re having pain in your abdomen, you may feel slight discomfort during an ultrasound. Make sure to let your technician know right away if the pain becomes severe.