I've had problems with constipation and bloating all my life, then around AF time would be the only time it that would go away, just for a few days. Because with a tilted uterus it faces backwards instead of forwards, it can be pressing on your bowel.
All that time they thought I had endometriosis (then found I didn't) and kept telling me there was nothing wrong with me, even that the pain I felt DTD was in my head and just happened because I expected it to happen, all that time it was as simple as that - your insides kind of face the wrong way!
Worth getting checked out Shrillian, they can tell from a two second internal. I feel like at least some things make sense now!
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One other thing she did tell me is that once I do get pregnant, when you have a tilted uterus it can make it harder for them to hear the heartbeat during a normal ultrasound, and not to be alarmed if that is the case! I'm glad she told me that
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So should I be raising my hips after we DTD or laying on my back?
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