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Monday, March 5th 2007, 3:26pm

tilted cervix

hi ladies

just had sister over and she mentioned she needs opks so i guess she now already ttc #3
anyway she also mentioned she just found out she has tilted cervix

i was wondering how likely it is for her to concieve naturally and how likely id have the same thing ?


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Monday, March 5th 2007, 3:28pm

Shaz, if she has 2 children already then maybe its not really that much of a problem.. I have the same thing, its quite common apparently :)) Also at the moment there is no evidence to suggest that the size and shape of your reproductive organs are heriditary :)) Hope this puts your mind at rest








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Monday, March 5th 2007, 3:31pm

A tilted uterus is a term used to describe a uterus that is tilted backwards from the cervix, toward tailbone. Other terms for tilted uterus are “tipped” uterus, “back-lying” uterus, “backward” uterus, “retroverted” uterus. Physicians will use the term “retroverted” uterus. It was once thought to cause minor infertility, but recent studies show there are no hard conclusions that a tilted uterus can keep conception from occurring. Only when all infertility tests are ran and come back negative that a retroverted uterus may be considered the cause and no, this condition is not hereditary


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Monday, March 5th 2007, 3:39pm

thanks ladies for answer - i should be ok then

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Monday, March 5th 2007, 3:43pm

Me, my Mum and sister all have a tilted uterus.


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