Hello all, i found out a couple of years ago that i have a retroverted uterus through a scan. We're not ttc, but i'm just wondering who here has a retroverted uterus, and what are the 'best positions'etc?
I have and it's actually quite common. It didn't cause me any issues when I had my daughter. I conceived first month and gave birth normally. I didn't find out I had one until I was expecting her. I have a low cervix, but I'm not sure if that is related to having a retroverted uterus or just me
Just wanted to visit TTC again as spotted this thread! I have a RU and TTC for 7 months using so called "recommended" positions. On month 8, we ignored everything, binned the thermometer and my gorgeous Mr Bump was conceived almost certainly with me on top!
thats good it doesn't mean you have to do it anyone can get pregnant in the right timing etc lol. with my son i wasn't on top so i dunno its all about timing and sperm etc lol. and what you feel comfortable with i hear softcups and preseed can be useful but not done much for us yet.
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