1399033 tn?1449587779

Just a question about the uterus

Okay, well I've been looking at ultrasounds and pictures of around my week (14 weeks tomorrow)... When I had my ultrasound at 13w3d, DF saw the baby before I did and said the way my picture is set up is exactly how everything was. She didn't move anything around to take pictures of a different angle. Now, when I've been looking at others ultrasounds, their baby has been in the middle/bottom of the uterus. From the looks of mine, it's sideways. I can't seem to find another ultrasound like mine. Is their anyway I could have a tilted uterus or would the tech mention it to me? I have no idea honestly. I just thought I'd ask since ultrasounds I've looked at were different from mine.

I'm not worried in the slightest about it to be honest. It's just a question I thought I'd ask and see if anyone else had an ultrasound that looked like mine. (sideways instead of the bottom)
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202436 tn?1326474333
It's possible, but a tilted uterus doesn't mean your ultrasound pics would look different.  I have a slightly tilted one and it doesn't affect the pictures I get.  It's also all in the angel of the ultrasound wand.  
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647911 tn?1373314647
Yeah a tilited uteras is possible i had that with my first one where it tilted back more, thats ok thou as your baby grows it will change position a little, when they start doing the internal exams at your docs office they will tell u if its tilited or not
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