A tilted (tipped backward) uterus can be either congenital or acquired. About one in four women have a tilted uterus and it is more common among women who have had children.
The uterus can become tilted when you are born, or it could be the result of pregnancy or pathological changes from endometriosis, adhesion (s), or infections.
If your doctor has told you have a tilted uterus, think of it as a special feature. As a general rule, this conditions does not require treatment or affect your period or ability to conceive and give birth.
Among the possible symptoms of a tilted uterus are:
- pain in certain positions during sex
- changes in menstrual flow
- increased pain during your period
If your uterus became tilted after pregnancy or another condition, it’s best to consult a specialist to find the cause.https://www.amazon.com/s?k=Apple+Wrist+Watch&adFormat=grid&adId=searchbar&adMode=search&adType=smart&creativeASIN=searchbar&imprToken=8uETuWnSlbdIRfvteCFZ9g&impressionTimestamp=1578521573515&linkCode=w42&ref-refURL=https%3A%2F%2Faffiliate-program.amazon.com%2Fhome%2Fads%2Fadcode%2Fsearch%2Fref%3Damb_link_F7JYV0lBSfaBgZEM90TVVw_2&sig=undefined&sigts=undefined&slotNum=7&tag=globalgistme-20&ref=sm_n_se_dkp_ZZ_sea