i know this is going to sound weird , but why does my cervix seem to tilt to the right when im not on my period .. for example i had my period may 21st & it went away the 26th .. a week or two after my period ( when im supposibly ovulating) i noticed that my cervix was tilted to the right .. i know this becuase when i stick my finger STRAIGHT up there i cant feel it , i always have to shift my finger a little to the right ... right now iam 2 days away from my due period and my cervix is directly in the middle ... so my question .. why does my cervix tilt to the right when im supposibly fertile and ovulating but when iam on my period it is directly in the center? shouldnt it be lower and in the center when im ovulating ... does this mean iam possibly not fertile ?
Your cervical position doesnt mean you are not fertile-it has nothing to do with it. A severely tilted uterus can sometimes affect fertility but not always. I personally know of two different women who have severely tilted uteruses (uteri?) and both were told by Drs that they would likely have trouble getting pregnant but neither one had any trouble at all. A Dr or trained professional can tell which way your uterus tilts by palpating during a female exam but you wont be able to tell your self. Your cervix will feel different depending on your body position as well. It will feel different when you are sitting on the toilet and will feel different depending on which way you are leaning and it will feel different sitting compared to how it feels when you are laying down. I really dont think it is anything to worry about. You are reading way more into this than there is.
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