Ooh thanks for the tip OP!
I found out about mine after an ultrasound for a suspected ovarian cyst.
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08-04-2012 17:37 #11
08-04-2012 20:52 #12
I can only sleep on my front, not on my back, so I like this news
I found out I had a tilted uterus when I had an ultrasound - was just for random pains in abdomen that I was getting (didn't end up finding the problem though )
09-04-2012 08:24 #13
I had many ultrasounds in the past but it wasn't until my ob/gyn refered me for one, that they found out I had a tilted uterus. My ob/gyn said to always remind her before she does any papsmears etc as it will be more comfortable as she will adjust how things are done.
Wow, I didn't know to lay on your stomach after DTD, I'll have to give that a go! Thanks for the tip! I had read somewhere that different positions make a difference with a tilted uterus too?
09-04-2012 08:31 #14
That's all well and good, but it's kind of hard to stick your legs in the air when you are lying on your stomach. You know, to prevent ahem, leakage.
08-03-2013 12:39 #15
Just wanted to update this post.
I found out that i was pregnant the next month after this post was made. We have just welcomed our little girl 6 weeks ago.
As for the legs in the air thing i layed on my stomach with a pillow under the tops of my legs so my head was lower than my pelvis. Who knows it might be worth a try by the stage i typed the original post i would of done anything for my BFP
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08-03-2013 12:49 #16
Wow I never knew this! I'm extremely fertile so had no problems TTC at all. But that's really interesting.
Congrats on the birth of your little one.
08-03-2013 13:06 #17
Is a tilted uterus the same as a retroverted uterus?
And congrats on your little baby!
08-03-2013 13:29 #18
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
A retroverted uterus (tilted uterus, tipped uterus) is a uterus that is tilted backwards instead of forwards. This is in contrast to the slightly "anteverted" uterus that most women have, which is tipped forward toward the bladder, with the anterior end slightly concave.
Between 1 in 3 and 1 in 5 women (depending on the source) has a retroverted uterus, which is tipped backwards towards the spine.
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08-03-2013 18:48 #19
Thanks cazza. I do have a tilted uterus then. We never had any difficulties ttc though.
08-03-2013 20:15 #20
Yep I knew this I conceived all my boys like this
Hubby finishes , I push him off, pillow under the butt legs in the air and continue reading my book! Such a romantic hahaha
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