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What is a tipped uterus?

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Dr. Jennifer Austin
Obstetrics and Gynecology 15 years experience
Retroverted: A tipped uterus is called retroverted, meaning that it is tilted toward your back. Most people are anteverted, with a uterus tilting forward. It does not medically matter which way your uterus is tilted.

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What is the definition of a tipped uterus?

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Dr. Kevin Fleishman
Obstetrics and Gynecology 31 years experience
Tilted backward: I uterus can be in neutral position, tilted forward or tilted backward. I tipped uterus usually refers to a uterus tilted backward.

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