What is the Original Position of the Uterus
The uterus is a freely suspending organ in the pelvic bowl, that is held up by four ligaments that hold the uterus in place. The ideal uterus position for a childbearing woman is anterverted, forming a right angle with vagina if the bladder and the rectum empty.
There are many other variations of position of the uterus such as retroverted uterus etc. Since the position of your uterus does not affect your fertility directly, if you have not gone for an ultrasound, your doctor may not even mention the position to you.
In this section we are not talking about the naturally occurring position of the uterus, but when the uterus moves “out of position” from your naturally positioned uterus whatever they may be.
Is My Womb Out-of-Position?
How To Know If My Uterus is Misaligned, Displaced or Prolapsed?
Most women don’t realise that they may have suffered from a displaced or misaligned uterus. Some cases can be very severe, where the misalignments or displacement may cause conditions such as a prolapsed uterus, and others are quite mild.
If you look at the signs and symptoms below, you may notice that you may have experienced this at some point of time in your life, or you may still suffering from them but unaware of the possibility that your uterus may be out-of-position.