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Tilted womb

(17 Posts)
Prinny94 Mon 19-Sep-16 18:25:48

Has anybody else been told you have a tiled womb or anybody had any experience with it and does it effect the pregnancy?

babyroo1 Mon 19-Sep-16 19:02:56

I had an internal scan due to a miscarriage back in March and was told I had a tilted womb but that it's just one of natures quirks that affects some women but would have no bearing on conception, pregnancy or birth. I already have a 2 year old son and an currently 17 weeks with my second so assuming what the sonographer said was true.

Spotsandstars Mon 19-Sep-16 19:05:15

Yup I've got one, apparently as baby gets bigger it rights itself anyway? I've got a 3 year old and am currently over 40 weeks pregnant so don't worry about it X

Middleoftheroad Mon 19-Sep-16 19:06:30

I have a tilted womb and shallow cervix apparently.

I had healthy twins, albeit via c-section.

Prinny94 Mon 19-Sep-16 19:06:40

Thank you its nice to here as it's my first pregnancy smile

Chinnygirl Mon 19-Sep-16 19:17:15

I have a tilted womb and the fertility clinic told me in most cases it moves in the correct position in the weeks before the birth.

babyblabber Mon 19-Sep-16 19:19:03

Yes. Only found out after a miscarriage when I'd already had two healthy babies. Currently expecting number 4!

kimlo Mon 19-Sep-16 19:20:05

I have one.
2 babies and its made no diffrent whatso ever.

LynetteScavo Mon 19-Sep-16 19:27:35

Apparently I do. I found out pre-DC.

I've never had any problems related to it, as far as I know.

EchoesOfLeon Mon 19-Sep-16 19:41:17

It shouldn't make any difference. I have one and it just made some scans slightly more difficult for them to get a clear picture but only early on (less than 12 weeks). My consultant said it rights itself by around 17/18 weeks.

Boomies Mon 19-Sep-16 19:52:41

I do, meant 12 week scan had to be internal to get a good picture but all scans since have been normal as it rights itself by 20 weeks and apparently generally goes back to being retroverted post delivery.

blueskyinmarch Tue 20-Sep-16 07:33:44

I have one and managed to become pregnant and carry babies to full term no problem. I was told it rights itself as the pregnancy develops.

NorthLondonMum83 Tue 20-Sep-16 19:36:49

I have one. Posed no problem with first baby and posed no problem getting pregnant with second scarily fast! In 2nd trimester now, so it's probably moves into a more 'standard' position. Which it will do. Nothing to worry about at all!

Prinny94 Tue 20-Sep-16 19:57:48

Thank you smile it's nice to here from everyone smile

Featherybum Thu 22-Sep-16 21:35:03

Apparently I have one as sonographer couldn't get a decent image of baby number 3 and had to abandon the nucal measurement. Never been mentioned before and all my early scans with DC1 and DC2 were straightforward. I blame DC2 must be something he did...

Shortfatandangry Thu 22-Sep-16 21:41:13

I have one, and other than difficulty at scans and internals it was of no consequence at all. Try not to worry, and enjoy your pregnancy.

FuzzyOwl Thu 22-Sep-16 21:48:29

I have one as well. Only issues have been early scans often need to be internal for longer because it is harder to see the baby in enough detail, but I am currently on my third pregnancy so it harmed my fertility (especially since I have endometriosis and am old).

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