Retroverted Uterus

Retroverted Uterus

A retroverted uterus is something often written on scan reports. It means that the womb tilts backwards towards the rectum or spine. This is a natural anatomical variation of position which happens in about one quarter of women. The most common position for a womb to...
Subchorionic Haematoma

Subchorionic Haematoma

Sometimes when you have a scan in early pregnancy an area of bleed can be seen next to the pregnancy sac in the womb. The medical term for it is a “subchorionic haematoma”. It can be present without any vaginal bleeding. Different studies have reported...

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