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heatherbear44 posted:
have had this with all 3 of my pregnancies it usually goes away but for me it continues through out my whole pregnancy. I am also 4 months and it does make it harder to hear the heartbeat. It also can cause some back and pelvis pain. I would not worry about it though it will not do anything to the baby, it just might cause you some discomfort.
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Alleeson responded:
I have a tilted uterus, too. It was discovered prior to becoming pregnant and I think it's fairly common.
PP is right, it does not harm the baby, it just make some things more difficult. I have trouble peeing sometimes because of the position the baby is in. . .annoying, but nothing serious.
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