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Best Position For Tilted Uterus
What is the best position for a tilted uterus in order to concieve? And if your period comes on 22 day for a new cycle, would that be a 21 day cycle?
Not applicable: As long as your reproductive system is healthy, the position of the non-pregnant uterus does NOT affect the ability to get pregnant. In fact most women's uterus are tilted one way or another. Some are even bent (flexed). I don't know how you're counting the length of your cycle, but one day +/- makes no difference. As a mother of 4 with a retroflexed uterus, I wish you the best! ...Read more
Myth: Penis in vagina is all that matters. The sexual position is a matter of your personal preference and makes no difference at all for conception. Having a tilted uterus makes no difference either. Don't believe the internet myths. ...Read more
I have pcos and a slightly tilted uterus. (back and to the right) what is the best way for me to conceive? Will a certain position help more? Ttc2yrs35
Highly doubt it: All positions are equally effective for conception, so the one you (and your partner) like is the "best." deviated - verted, flexed, or rotated uterus is not abnormal. You (and many) other women were born this way, ask if your doc can help you more. ...Read more
History: Historically, gynecologic surgeons recommended shortening of the round ligaments that suspend the uterus in the pelvis to revert the tilt in an attempt to improve chances to conceive. This procedure has now been abandoned, because it did not yield better results. If the tilted uterus is implicated in intercourse being painful, other positions than the one that cause the most pain can be tried. ...Read more
No best position: Sexual satisfaction is subjective and every woman is different. Do what feels best to you and make sure that you've had a discussion with your partner about doing what makes you most comfortable. Some people however may consider side-lying as a neutral position that is independent of uterine anteversion or retroversion. ...Read more
Currently TTC with a Retroverted Uterus. What is the best position to do? Missionary isn't working.
Fertility: The retroverted uterus does not prevent conception using any "position". If you are ovulating normally, with regular periods, and pregnancy does not occur when you are having sex at the time of ovulation for six months (get a thermometer calibrated in tenths at your drugstore to determine ovulation). Consult your healthcare professional. He/she may recommend a semen analysis for your partner. ...Read more
What is the best sex postion to get pregnant when your uterus tilts back a bit I read on internet its women on top?
Nobody really knows: Any sex position is fertile and no position is "safe". Semen is sticky, and sperm can swim, so any intercourse position where the semen is placed anywhere inside the vagina can get a woman pregnant. The penis often is still moving in every which way during and after ejaculation, and so will spread the sperm all over the vagina and cervix. ...Read more
My husband and I ate having problems conceiving. Is there over-the-counter pills for him? Or specific positions since I have a back tilted uterus?
Fertility: The treatment of your difficulty conceiving depends upon the reason behind it. In general you only have a 20% per month ability to conceive. You must ovulate, your tubes must be open and his sperm count must be normal. If you have tried for 6 months without success then it is time to look into these things and perhaps others as to what the problem may be. Make an appt with obgyn doctor. ...Read more
What's the best way to conceive I'm over weight and have a tilted uterus I've tried losing weight but get depressed when I dnt conceive n gain it back?
Still...: Unfortunately the answer is still to persist in the weight loss efforts. That is going to be the "biggest bang for your buck" - meaning it will have the most impact on your fertility. Try a new approach to weight loss - I like Take Shape for Life but there are many others to look into. Also go to www. Myfitnesspal. Com also for support and encouragement. Don't give up, get determined! ...Read more
I have a retroverted uterus and my cycle comes on the 22 day after my last period. When is my best time to try to concieve? What is the best position.
No: No. It is a normal variant.Get a more detailed answer ›
Not sure: The uterus is "tilted" in many people and it is just fine. No need to treat. Maybe there is something else going on. Can you ask your doctor for the actual medical term of what you have and then repost... Hopefully then we can be of more help. ...Read more
Tilted uterus: A tilted uterus, also called a tipped uterus, tips backward at the cervix instead of forward. It's typically considered a normal anatomical variation. A normal "cause" can be an inherited condition. Best wishes. ...Read more
No: It just means your Pap smears are more uncomfortable due to the difficulty seeing your cervix. ...Read more
I have just discovered I have a tilted uterus and I was wondering can that cause any discomfort? I been crazy painful symptoms.
Yes it can:
Yes it can tilted uterus can pulled against the round ligament and cause pain acted like a swing you make between two tree and you sit on the swing and you swing and turn all pressure will be against the trees
see your GYN there is some exercise can teach you to minimize the tilting specially while you are having pain one of the is like kneeling on the floor and push you head forward
good luck ...Read more
I was just told at my 10week 6day appointment that I have a tilted uterus. Are the any concerns/complications I should watch for?
Tilted uterus: It is just the position of the uterus that was described to you. If nothing else happens during pregnancy I do not foresee any complications. Tilted or retroverted, anteverted, mid position uterus are just description of the ways the uterus sits in the lower abdomen. Thanks and good luck with your pregnancy ...Read more
Tilted uterus: If your uterus is tilted you should see your dr. There can be other associated factors. Please see your dr. ...Read more
Depends: The uterus can lean forward (anteverted) or backward (retroverted). Asian women tend to have rv while us women tend to have av uterus. In rv uterus, the uterus points to the ground during sleep, thus allowing menstrual blood to accumulate inside the uterus to eventually spill into the pelvis via the the tubes leading to endometriosis. However, not all women with a rv uterus have endometriosis. ...Read more
Dr saw no heartbeat at U/S, I think I am 7 wks, baby measured 7wks, I have Tilted uterus. Dr recommended D&C. Is there a chance I still have my baby?
A little: At 7 weeks you really should see a heart beat so it does not sound promising. However, there is no reason to rush to do a D&C and a follow up sonogram in a week may give you more peace of mind about the diagnosis. In the meantime if it is a miscarriage you may start bleeding and pass everything on your own. ...Read more
Yes: A tilted uterus alludes to the positioning of the uterus. The uterus can be position forward, straight up-and-down or backwards. It's similar to being left-handed or right-handed. The positioning should not affect conception. ...Read more
It depends: The common term to which you refer is a fibroid which are found in up to 70% of women depending on studies. If asymptomatic, as the majority are, they require no treatment. There are treatments that will decrease their size but to remove them requires surgery, either a myomectomy or hysterectomy depending upon the patient's wishes. Meds can control bleeding if that is the issue. ...Read more
See below: Your uterus will be in the middle of your abdomen/pelvis about half way between your pubic bone and belly button. By 20 weeks it will be at the level of your belly button. After 20 weeks your doctor will use a tape measure to measure the height of the uterus. This measurement will usually be as many centimeters as you're weeks plus or minus two. Example at 24 weeks your uterus will be 22-26 cm. ...Read more
Not dangerous: Its not dangerous to get an IUD if you have a tilted uterus. When the IUD goes it, it cramps like a bad period for a few minutes but isn't screaming pain. Best wishes! ...Read more
Have an exam: Both are normal variations of a uterus and cervix. You can be examined to confirm that your pelvic anatomy is normal. ...Read more
What are the indications, signs of a tilted uterus and how can it be corrected? Does ultrasound shows when uterus is tilted?
A uterine "tilt": Is relatively common, and usually of no significance. A tilted uterus per se is not an abnormal situation, but a normal anatomic variation. That said, in a minority of cases there may be associated pain with intercourse or menstruation. If that is the case, there are procedures to treat it. Ultrasound is the simplest way to assess the orientation of the uterus. ...Read more