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What to Eat or Drink Before Scan?

The use of ultrasound in the setting of pregnancy is vast and has become the standard of care in the evaluation of pregnant women. Recent research by the National Library of Medicine states that 10.1% of ultrasound examinations are performed in the first trimester of pregnancy, 57.0% in the second trimester, and 32.9% in the third trimester.

If you have an ultrasound for the first time, you may wonder if you should eat before the procedure. Read on to find out what experts have to say.

What Are Ultrasounds and Why Do you Need One During Pregnancy?

Ultrasounds, also called sonograms, are a type of imaging that use high-frequency sound waves to create pictures of your baby in the womb. They’re safe for you and your baby and help your healthcare provider check your baby’s development and monitor your pregnancy.

You might have one or more ultrasounds during your pregnancy. The first ultrasound is usually done around week 12, but you might have one earlier if you’re at high risk for certain complications. For example, fetal abnormalities like Down syndrome can be diagnosed with an ultrasound as early as week 11. You might also need an ultrasound later in your pregnancy if you develop certain complications, such as placenta previa or preeclampsia.

Can You Eat or Drink Before Your Ultrasound?

If you’re scheduled for an ultrasound, you may wonder if you can eat or drink before the abdominal ultrasound. The answer is generally yes, though there may be a few exceptions. For example, doctors might recommend that you not eat or drink before a transvaginal ultrasound, which is an ultrasound that’s conducted with a wand-like device inserted into the vagina.

Other medical reasons to avoid eating or drinking before a pregnancy ultrasound may include if you’re scheduled for a special ultrasound that uses contrast material or if you have diabetes. If you have more concerns about whether or not to eat or drink before your ultrasound, be sure to ask your doctor.

Drinking lots of water before your ultrasound is a good idea, though. That’s because a full bladder helps push the uterus up and out of the pelvis, making it easier to see on an ultrasound. You may drink 32 ounces (about one liter) of water about an hour before your appointment and then not go to the bathroom until after the test. Eating a light meal before your ultrasound is also acceptable.

Read this article on How Much Water Should I Drink Before an Ultrasound to get detailed information.

What Food Can I Eat Before an Ultrasound?

If you’re scheduled for a pregnancy scan, you may be wondering if there are any dietary restrictions you need to follow. After all, you want to ensure that everything goes smoothly and that your baby is healthy and happy.

Most doctors recommend a healthy and light meal before an ultrasound. It means avoiding anything that could cause indigestion or discomfort and anything high in fat or sugar. Instead, choose fruits and vegetables, lean protein, or whole-grain toast.

If you have questions about what to eat before ultrasound or any other prenatal care, call Baby Dimensions. We offer the best 3D ultrasound in Atlanta.

Rules for preparing a child for an ultrasound of the abdominal cavity, preparation for an ultrasound of a baby and children under one year old, norms and interpretation of ultrasound

Ultrasound (ultrasound examination) - medical examination of human organs, which is performed using a special sensor. This device emits high-frequency sound waves, which are then reflected from the examined tissues of the patient. The result of such a study is projected directly onto the doctor's monitor.

This is one of the most modern and painless types of examination. It is completely safe for patients of any age and gender, as well as for the fetus developing in the womb of a pregnant woman.

At the same time, this is one of the most accurate analyzes that allows you to examine the structure of internal organs, identify the presence of pathologies, diseases or neoplasms.

What diseases are detected during ultrasound in children?

Ultrasound examination of the abdominal cavity can be prescribed to a child both for preventive purposes (at the age of 1–1.5 months) and for the diagnosis of diseases or abnormalities.

It is necessary to undergo such an examination if the child:

  • Developmental pathologies detected
  • There are complaints of pain in the back, side or abdomen
  • Yellowing of the whites of the eyes, skin
  • Excessive gas, bloating present
  • Pain of undetermined nature on palpation
  • The child has a frequent violation of the stool
  • Weight changes
  • Problems associated with heaviness in the abdomen, nausea and bitterness in the mouth

Ultrasound can detect diseases such as:

  • Reactive pancreatitis of the pancreas
  • Internal bleeding
  • Mononucleosis is a viral disease affecting the liver, spleen and other organs
  • Blood diseases
  • Cysts and other neoplasms
  • Abscess of organs - an inflammatory process, which is accompanied by the accumulation of purulent masses
  • Infestation
  • Dropsy - characterized by accumulation of fluid in the organs
  • Urolithiasis
  • Pyelonephritis - inflammation concentrated in the kidneys

Ultrasound of the abdominal cavity of the baby: is preparation necessary?

For an abdominal ultrasound, children under 1 year of age require simple preparation. It consists in fasting some time before the procedure:

  • For newborns, this period is three hours
  • A breastfed baby also needs three hours
  • Formula-fed baby needs 3.5 hours

It is best to bring such an infant for examination right before the next meal. The most convenient time for inspection in this case is the first half of the day.

Ultrasound of the abdominal cavity of a child from 1 year old: what preparation is needed?

Children between the ages of one and three are too young to tolerate hunger, thirst, or the urge to urinate. Therefore, there are simple rules for them:

  • Diet
  • The last feeding period should be 4-5 hours before the examination
  • One hour before the start of the test, do not drink water (in extreme cases, the baby can be given very little liquid)

For an older child, preparation is more complicated. It includes:

  • Light diet
  • Bowel movement and regulation of digestion
  • Fasting before the procedure for 6-8 hours

Two to three days before the examination, it is necessary to transfer the child to light food:

  • Water porridge
  • Steam lean fish and poultry
  • One boiled egg per day
  • Cheese

It is necessary to exclude such products as:

  • Brown bread and other pastries
  • Dairy products
  • Vegetables
  • Legumes
  • Fatty meals
  • Carbonated drinks
  • Chewing gum and sweets

On the eve of the procedure, you can do an enema, as well as take drugs that regulate digestion if the child has stool disorders or increased flatulence.

If the doctor has previously prescribed drugs to the child that must be taken with meals, then taking this medication should be postponed.


Ultrasound is safe for children of any age, so there are no contraindications to this procedure.

Difficulty in conducting the survey may arise due to the fact that the child will be in a non-standard situation for him. Therefore, before the analysis, you need to explain to the baby what and why the doctor will do.

Problems when using ultrasound can occur if the child has a damaged part of the skin on which the gel will be applied - there is a wound or painful skin rashes. Also, the procedure will be difficult if the baby is too painful to lie in the required position for analysis.

Norm and interpretation of abdominal ultrasound in children

If, before the ultrasound of the abdominal cavity, the preparation for the examination of the child was correct, then the examination will show a clear and contrasting image of the organs under study.

Normally, a child should not have cysts and other neoplasms, all organs should have a uniform structure and clear boundaries. For children of different ages, the correct sizes of organs differ.

According to the results of the study, the doctor evaluates:

  • Pancreas - its size, shape and structure, as well as the condition of its ducts
  • Kidneys - their homogeneity, the presence or absence of calculi (stones), wall thickness, overall dimensions
  • Liver - its echogenicity, sizes of lobes
  • Gallbladder - shape, correct development of the bile ducts, dimensions and wall thickness
  • Spleen - its shape, tissue homogeneity and dimensions

In some cases, ultrasound can show the non-standard shape of one of the organs. But this is not always a pathology - this phenomenon may turn out to be an individual feature of the body that does not cause any harm.

Benefits of the procedure at MEDSI

  • MEDSI uses state-of-the-art expert-class ultrasound equipment, which allows for the most accurate diagnosis
  • All ultrasound machines are suitable for both adults and children
  • Doctors-diagnosticians of high qualification categories will help with the preparation for the study, as well as provide a high-quality interpretation of the results and select an individual treatment in case of a disease
  • If necessary, an emergency examination can be carried out
  • Signing up for an ultrasound scan at MEDSI is easy - just call 8 (495) 7-800-500

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Study preparation

Preparation for diagnostic procedures

General rules for preparing for ultrasound:

In order to get the most complete information about the condition of the organs, you must carefully follow all the recommendations that your local doctor recommends. Gases in the intestines, a high degree of obesity, an open wound and a bandage in the area under study, as well as the high activity of the patient during the studies, can interfere with the ultrasound and distort its results. To get rid of the accumulation of gases in the intestines (in preparation for studies of the spleen, gallbladder and pancreas), 3-4 days before the scheduled study, it is necessary to exclude raw vegetables rich in fiber from the diet; fruit; legumes; black bread; whole milk; drinks with gas; high-calorie confectionery. If the child is prone to increased gas formation, then it is recommended to take activated charcoal, festal, mezim-forte, espumizan, etc. If the child is receiving any medications at the time of the study, it is necessary to notify the doctor conducting the study.

Abdominal Ultrasound is performed on an empty stomach, therefore, 8-12 hours before the procedure, you should refrain from eating.
When preparing for an ultrasound of the abdominal organs in infants, you can feed the baby as usual, and you need to come to the ultrasound in such a way as to come to him 3 hours after the last meal. If the baby is not fed with milk, but with formula, the interval should be 3.5 hours, since formula takes longer to digest. It is advisable to refuse vegetable and fruit mixtures. If necessary, the baby can be supplemented with clean drinking water (without sugar!). Any kind of tea is not allowed.

Renal Ultrasound Preparation: Renal Ultrasound Preparation is not required for normal weight patients. Excess weight and increased gas formation in the intestine make it difficult to perform ultrasound diagnostics, and in these cases, the same preparation for ultrasound of the kidneys as for the study of the abdominal organs is recommended.

Adrenal Ultrasound Preparation: 3 days before the examination, a non-slag diet is prescribed, excluding animal products. You can eat cereals, legumes, potatoes, vegetables, fruits, nuts and seeds, black bread or cereals, wholemeal pasta, sweets - honey and dried fruits, drinks - herbal teas and natural (not store) juices . On the morning before the ultrasound, you need to take a laxative (as prescribed by the doctor). The study of the adrenal glands is carried out on an empty stomach. Breastfed babies can simply be brought to the procedure 3-3.5 hours after the last feeding.

Preparation for Bladder Ultrasound: Ultrasound examination of the bladder is performed with a full bladder. When preparing for an ultrasound of the bladder, it is important to drink 200-800 ml of non-carbonated liquid 30-40 minutes before the study, enough for the doctor to get a clear image on the monitor. This variation in numbers is due to the fact that each organism has individual characteristics, and the optimal amount of fluid is found out empirically. If it is difficult for a small patient to drink a large amount of water at once, you can start drinking 1-1.5 hours before the ultrasound session and do it in small portions. Ideally, the child at the time of the ultrasound should feel a pronounced urge to urinate.

Preparation for bladder ultrasound with determination of residual urine volume is carried out in two stages: first, a classic bladder ultrasound is performed, then the child is asked to visit the toilet, after which the study is repeated, paying attention to how much urine remains in the bladder, that is, whether it is fully emptied.

Preparing for an Ultrasound of the Bladder on an Infant The baby will need to be fed or watered 15 to 20 minutes before the procedure.

Preparing for an ultrasound of the thyroid gland: When preparing for an ultrasound of the thyroid gland, it is only necessary to find out and tell the diagnostician the weight and height of the child at the time of the examination. To avoid a gag reflex, you can bring a small patient on an empty stomach.

Preparing for pelvic ultrasound for boys: Ultrasound of the scrotum in boys does not require preparation, it is enough to perform the usual hygienic care of the external genital organs before the procedure.

For prostate ultrasound , you must come with a full bladder. Preparation for this study is carried out according to the same scheme as preparation for ultrasound of the bladder (see above).

Preparation for pelvic ultrasound for girls: Ultrasound of the uterus and appendages in girls is performed with a full bladder. Preparation is performed in the same way as preparation for an ultrasound of the bladder (see above).

Preparing a newborn for screening ultrasound at 1-1.5 months: Scheduled screening ultrasound is assigned to each baby at the age of 1–1.5 months and without fail includes ultrasound of the brain (neurosonography), kidneys and hip joints. All three ultrasounds can be performed in one session. No preparation needed. If necessary, an ultrasound of the thymus gland (thymus), heart and abdominal organs is additionally performed. There is no need to prepare for the first two studies, and for ultrasound of the abdominal cavity, it is necessary to withstand a 3–3. 5 hour interval after the last feeding (strictly with breast milk or milk formula). It will be possible to feed the baby again immediately after the end of the ultrasound.

Rules for preparing patients for laboratory tests

Blood test:

All blood tests are taken prior to x-rays, ultrasounds and physiotherapy.

If the patient is dizzy or weak, warn the procedural nurse about this - blood will be taken from you in the supine position.
Complete blood count, determination of blood group, Rh factor, biochemical tests are taken on an empty stomach, at least 12 hours after the last meal.
· 1-2 days before the examination, exclude fatty, fried foods from the diet.
· On the eve of the examination, a light supper and a good rest.
On the day of the examination, do not eat breakfast (including drinking tea, coffee or juice), exclude physical activity, take medication and refrain from smoking.
· If you experience difficulties with the withdrawal of drugs, you must definitely agree with your doctor.
· Drinking water does not affect blood counts, so you can drink water.
· We recommend taking all tests in the morning, due to the fact that blood counts change significantly during the day and the standards are designed for this period of the day.

Rules for the collection of feces for research.

Feces are collected in a separate container without special preparation. Feces are collected from different parts of the feces no more than a tablespoon. Do not mix feces with urine. Observe this condition in any study of feces.

Rules for collecting urine for research using the Nechiporenko method.

· Before collecting urine, be sure to thoroughly wash the external genitalia with soap and water.
An average portion of morning urine is collected for examination. The first portion is released into the toilet, the middle one - into the container for collecting urine, the last - into the toilet.
· Urine is delivered to the laboratory within 1 to 2 hours. Do not store the sample in heat or cold. It is advisable to write the last name on the container with urine.

Rules for collecting urine for general analysis.

· For general urine analysis, it is better to take the first morning portion, as it is the most informative.
Before collecting urine, a thorough toilet of the external genitalia with soap and water is carried out.
· Urine is collected in a clean container, mixed thoroughly, then poured 20-50 ml into a container for transport and, as soon as possible, within 1-2 hours, delivered to the laboratory.

Rules for the collection of daily urine for oxalates, protein, etc.

· Urine is collected within 24 hours, observing the usual drinking regimen.
· To do this, prepare a clean container with a wide mouth and a lid, with a capacity of at least three liters.
The first urine in the morning passes into the toilet. All subsequent portions are collected in a small container and poured into a large one. The last portion is collected the next morning at the time when the collection was started. All this time, urine should be stored in the refrigerator.
· The entire volume of urine is then accurately measured and recorded on the referral.
· The urine is then thoroughly mixed and poured into a transport container of approximately 50 ml.

Rules for collecting urine according to Zimnitsky.

· Urine is collected during the day from 6 am to 6 am the next day in 8 glass containers for collecting urine. Labels are attached to each of them indicating the time of urine collection.
· Stop taking diuretics the day before collection (after prior consultation with your doctor).
· At 6 a.m., it is necessary to urinate into the toilet, then all urine is collected in separate containers for every 3 hours: from 6 to 9 a.

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