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Doctor insights on: Symptoms Of Tilted Uterus

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U/s 6w2d=15mm sac+yolk, u/s 7w3d=17mm sac+yolk.No hb.Stopped progerstone, now 8w2d, no bleeding or cramps + symptoms worse.Have tilted uterus.Any hope?

U/s 6w2d=15mm sac+yolk, u/s 7w3d=17mm sac+yolk.No hb.Stopped progerstone, now 8w2d, no bleeding or cramps + symptoms worse.Have tilted uterus.Any hope?

I am sorry...: At 7 3/7 weeks, if there is no heartbeat, then this is a miscarriage. You mentioned that a scan was done at 8 2/7 weeks, but you did not mention the fetal heart rate. If it was still absent, then you have what we refer to as a "missed abortion". You need a thorough workup of recurrent miscarriages. ...Read more

Uterus (Definition)

The uterus is a muscular organ in a woman's pelvis where the the fertilized egg attaches ...Read more


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I have just discovered I have a tilted uterus and I was wondering can that cause any discomfort? I been crazy painful symptoms.

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

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I didn't have any symptom of endometriosis before i got pregnant then why I have tilted uterus what doc should do is it normal or will cause miscarriag?

I didn't have any symptom of endometriosis before i got pregnant then why I have tilted uterus what doc should do is it normal or will cause miscarriag?

No miscarriage: Having a tilt to one's uterus (forward, backward or midline) doesn't affect infertility or miscarriage at all. Sometimes women with retroverted uteri (tilted back), also have endometriosis. Endometriosis can cause infertility but does not increase risk for miscarriage. There's nothing to "do" about a tilted uterus, it's a normal variation. Best of luck and thank you for using healthtap! ...Read more

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I have a tilted uterus. How can that be treated and fixed?

I have a tilted uterus. How can that be treated and fixed?

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

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What is the main cause for a women to have a tilted uterus?

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

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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

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Whats the recovery time from surgery for a tilted uterus?

Whats the recovery time from surgery for a tilted uterus?

About 2 weeks: If it is done laparoscopically you will be able to drive and move around 6-8 days after surgery. Remember that you will have a pulling sensation/pain into the groin for several weeks. Every week will be better. No heavy liftng for 6 weeks and listen to your body. ...Read more

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Should i feel uncomfortable at 5 weeks 4 days.......They say my uterus is tilted?

Should i feel uncomfortable at 5 weeks 4 days.......They say my uterus is tilted?

Tilted uterus: If your uterus is tilted you should see your dr. There can be other associated factors. Please see your dr. ...Read more