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Tilted womb

Is it harder to conceive when your womb is tilt,my son is 14 soon to be 15 in a couple of months and I have been trying to get pregnant ever since he was 10yrs old but unfortunately am here asking this question ,my GYN ran some test on me and said I am physically okay.
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The axis, or tilt, of your womb will not affect your ability to get pregnant.
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Some people say yes others will say no.
My personal opinion is yes.
We had sex doggy style (sorry tmi)
And got pregnant both times w/ the help of clomid.
I miscarried the first one but now i'm 21 wks.
I had tried missionary style other time with clomid and
never got pregnant. I think it was the position that finally. Hit the spot! ;)
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A friend of mine tried for over a year and then learn that hers was tilted too. The dr suggested to do it doggy style. Within 2 months she was pregnant.
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