Our expert says:
As the cervix is part of the uterus, displacement of the uterus is what usually causes the cervix to be in a differnt postion. This can be normal - 25% of women have a retroverted uterus. Sometimes chronic infections can cause the position of the uterus to be changed, and this can interfere with fertility. However, if it is just a normal retroverted uterus, fertility will not be affected. You will only know this by having further tests such as a laparoscopy.
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