Private Abdominal Ultrasound Scan in London

With Many Years Of Experience Diagnostic Medical Ultrasound Scan Clinic In London​

Abdominal Ultrasound Scan

At London Private Ultrasound, we offer comprehensive Abdominal Ultrasound Scan services to provide you with valuable insights into your abdominal health. This non-invasive diagnostic procedure allows us to evaluate vital organs such as the Liver, Gallbladder, Kidneys, Spleen, Pancreas, Abdominal Aorta, and the Biliary system. Whether you’re experiencing abdominal discomfort or seeking a proactive assessment of your well-being, our Abdominal Ultrasound Scan can provide clarity and guide your healthcare decisions.

Frequently Asked Questions:

  •  Abdominal pain, Discomfort, Bloating, Vomiting,
  • Abnormal liver function tests, Fatty liver, Gallstone, Liver Cirrhosis, Yellow Skin (Jaundice)
  • Follow up on previous findings such as cysts, gallstones, polyps, kidney stones
  • Cysts, Polyps, Tumours, Cancers, or Inflammation
  • Abnormal Blood Tests

Many people experience abdominal discomfort, and it often doesn’t require treatment. However, certain types of abdominal pain should be taken seriously, as they might need medical care or sometimes even immediate attention.

Using an abdominal ultrasound, doctors can swiftly and simply examine key organs in the abdomen, like the liver, gallbladder, and kidneys.

This test assists doctors in understanding the source of abdomen pain or bloating. It’s also useful in identifying other pain-related issues, such as kidney stones or growths, among various conditions.

Abdominal pains can be mild and go away on their own, but they may also be a sign of a more serious problem. Bloating and gas can cause cramps, and indigestion can cause general discomfort. However, if the pain is in a specific area or is sharp, persistent, or getting worse, it’s best to see a doctor. Some signs to see a doctor for abdominal pain include dull pain lasting over a week, intense pain that doesn’t go away in a day or two, recurring pain, swelling for more than two days, unexpected weight loss, diarrhea for more than five days, a fever, or pain when you pee. Abdominal discomfort can range from minor issues like a stomach bug to very serious conditions like an aneurysm. If you feel like something is not right, it’s important to get it checked out by a doctor.

  • Do NOT eat for 6 hours
  • prior to examination time.
  • Do NOT Drink any fizzy drinks.
  • Drink One liter of still water (2 Pints) One hour before your scan.
  • Medication can be taken as normal.
  • If Diabetic, please stick to your normal routine.

An ultrasound scan is a medical test that doesn’t require much preparation.

 To do an abdominal ultrasound, the person lies on their back on a table while the doctor uses a wand that sends sound waves into the body. 

Before starting, the doctor applies a gel on the skin to help the sound waves pass through easily. 

The doctor then moves the wand around on the skin to create an image of the abdomen. 

This process is painless, although the wand may press lightly on the skin.

 The procedure takes around 15-25 minutes, and the doctor will clean off any leftover gel from the skin afterward.

 Radiology doctors are specialists in imaging and can discuss the results of the test to help diagnose any conditions.


After an Abdomen Ultrasound, no special care is typically needed. You can go back to your usual diet and activities unless advised otherwise by your doctor.

There are no known harmful biological impacts on patients or those operating the equipment from the ultrasound intensities used in diagnostics.

However, based on your individual results, your doctor might provide further guidance or different recommendations post-examination.

After your scan, the person doing the scan will tell you the results in words. 

Then, they will look closely at the pictures from the scan and write a report with any advice within 24 hours. They will send you the report so that you can talk to your doctor about the results (if you need to).

Abdominal Ultrasound Scan

Checks for:
£ 175
  • Liver and Gallbladder
  • Gallstones and Kidney
  • Pancreas
  • Spleen
  • Signs of inflammation
  • Signs of Cancer
  • Abnormalities
  • Tumours & Lumps

10 Years of Experience

Our Medical Ultrasound specialists are fully qualified with more than 10 years of experience. They are accredited and registered with their respective governing bodies.

latest technology

Using the latest technology, We follow all local protocols and national guidelines to provide the best diagnostic ultrasound service in London.

No Waiting List

We offer urgent appointments with no waiting list. We also collaborate with Private GPs, Specialists, and an onsite Pathology Laboratory.

No need for Referral

We offer a professional and affordable private Ultrasound Scan Service, allowing you to self-refer without the need for any referral from your GP.

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All your needs in one place

Thank you for choosing London Private Ultrasound. We have conveniently located in the famous London Harley Street area at The London Welbeck Hospital, 27 Welbeck Street, London W1G 8EN.

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