My doctor told me that I have a ''retroverted womb''. Will a retroverted womb (uterus) affect my chances of getting pregnant?

A retroverted womb is one that is tilted backwards instead of forwards. It occurs naturally in about 15% of women, and normally does not cause fertility problems. This is because conception occurs in the fallopian tube, and the embryo then embeds itself in the womb regardless of which way it is tilting. A retroverted uterus will always correct its own position by about 12 weeks as it grows.
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