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    hi ladies,

    every time I go to get a papsmear done GP always has trouble finding it as apparently it is tilted to either left or right.... They don't think it's a problem to deliver a child but is it a problem to conceive . Needless to say Pap tests are not so comfortable for me

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    I have had the same issue! when I changed doctors I had to explain "just go a bit to the right" Haha
    I have recently seen my Dr for a pre conception check up and she said it shouldn't be a problem... All the best with it all and hope that you have an easy journey

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    I was told I had a tilted cervix and have papsmears lying on my left side now no problem.
    Re conception, no issues at all. Unprotected twice in my life and have 2 kids.

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    I have a tilted cervix and hubby just has to look at me and we get pregnant. If worried get it checked and ask.

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