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Lay on your abdomen: A retro-flexed uterus means that the uterine position tilts backwards towards the spine. This in turn causes the cervix to point forwards towards the pubic bone. After intercourse if the woman lays on her abdomen this will allow sperm the pool around the cervix. This pooling hopefully will allow more sperm to enter into the reproductive tract. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
What is retroflexed uterus?with a solitary myoma?to cosider polycystic rigth ovary cystic left ovary please explane it to me....
Anatomy: Your uterus tips back toward your spine-normal in 15% on woman-no worry. Fibroid tumors are very common and if not large or in cavity, cause no problems. Cysts occur every month when you ovulate. These finding are not necessarily bad unless your are having abnormal bleeding or pain. ...Read more
Retroflexed uterus and possible double uterine septum was in cd 13u/s.Ve to do HSG test next week.Wat chances that there is no septum?M 24.Ve pcos.Ttc
Septum: There is no such thing as a double uterine septum, period - so you don't have that. Do you have a septum? You need an hsg, or a hysteroscopy (or in some cases an mri) to say whether you have one or not, there is no way at all to guess online whether you have one. Septum is the most frequent of the congenital uterine anomalies. ...Read more
Uterus is retroflexed measuring at 11x 5 x 5 cm. There is a subserosal fibroid at the fundus left side measuring 3.6x4.6x3.4 - endometrial stripe meas?
What is the question: I don't understand your question here. Please resubmit. ...Read more
Same way: About 25% of women have a retroflexed uterus, 25% are anteverted, the rest are in between and they are all normal in most cases. Unless you have something else going on (like endometriosis) it is not likely that the position of the uterus will affect your fertility. Endometriosis is associated with infertility and may also cause the uterus to be retroverted. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
How severe can lower back pain be at 5 weeks normal pregnancy? Will there be discomfort in every sleeping position when having retroflexed uterus?
5 weeks: At five weeks the pregnancy is so small it is not even visible on ultrasound and the uterus has not grown much beyond its normal non pregnant size. Back pain is not likely to be related to the pregnancy at this point. A retroflexed uterus is not an issue once someone is pregnant because the pregnancy basically straightens it out as it grows. Look for other causes at this time ...Read more
Sonography report Uterus is retroflexed & bulky & normal in shape. Thick Endometrium (15 mm).A posterior fibroid seen. What does it mean? Pregnancy?
Depends: If the ultrasound was done to detect a pregnancy, then this could mean that the pregnancy hormone concentration is too low and the pregnancy too young to be detected on ultrasound. It can also mean that the pregnancy is outside the uterus. Endometrium is thin at the beginning of the cycle and gets thicker until after ovulation. 15 mm is on the high end of what one would expect. ...Read more
On its own, no: The concept of a "tipped uterus" being associated with infertility is not due to the position of the uterus. With severe endometriosis, the uterus can become fixed in the same position. This is due to scarring from the endomertiosis, not just because the uterus is "tipped". ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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