Tipped Uterus & Intercourse Pain


Many women experience some form of pain during intercourse at some point in their lives. But when pain becomes the norm and is left untreated, the results range from avoiding intimacy and lack of sexual fulfillment to serious health problems.

Symptoms of pain during intercourse, or dyspareunia, vary widely and the absence of a clear diagnosis can magnify the emotional toll.

While inadequate lubrication, inflammation and trauma are suspect causes, most women are unaware that a tipped or tilted uterus can be the culprit.

A normal uterus is vertical and slightly bent toward the belly, but 20% of females have a tipped or tilted uterus that tilts backwards away from the belly, either from aging, pregnancy or scarring from endometriosis, surgery or fibroids.

Generally, this isn’t a problem, but some do experience complications such as pain when the penis hits the cervix or uterus during sex, menstrual cramps (dysmenorrhea), mild incontinence, urinary tract infections, difficulty using tampons or infertility.

Herbal formulas can help relieve PMS and menstrual cramps while balancing the synthesis of Prostaglandin E-1 and E-2 hormones, which narrows the vaginal canal and strengthens the uterine-support ligaments and muscles to gradually lift a prolapsed or titled uterus, relieving intercourse pain. The combination of Dong quai, American ginseng, saw palmetto, wild yam, black cohosh and yohimbe is highly effective, while vaginal suppositories of calendula and vitamin A also soothe and heal.


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Genevieve's picture
Genevieve posted on Mon, 06/10/2013 - 13:10
A tipped uterus. I bet out of those 20% that have a tipped uterus only less than 3% actually know they do.
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domingion posted on Thu, 07/11/2013 - 19:22
Actually, if you have a tipped uterus, your doctor will tell you on your first exam. it can move after childbirth but that was not my experience. I also suffered nerve damage to the rectum after my second child which I didn't know about for twenty years. This makes perfect sense looking at the layout of the organs. I had no ideas only 20% of us has this. Lucky me.  They cannot check the uterus by pressing on your stomach, they actually go in through the rectum since the uterus is tucked right into it. It's not big deal.  I had some pretty horrible cramp issues early on but being on birth control and later an IUD alleviated that greatly. I did not realize that the tipped uterus made it difficult to use tampons! No wonder it never made sense to me! I find that I dislike intercourse "on top" and maybe my tipped uterus has something to do with it. So even while it is occassionally mocked in current society, old fashioned missionary style is painless and highly pleasureable. It makes me wonder if a propensity for vaginal orgasm is a result of the tipped uterus? That would be an interesting study.
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Alex posted on Fri, 07/12/2013 - 09:50
I am sure that your tipped uterus might have something to do with the propensity of your orgasms. There is a lot of information out there and maybe there might be a study on it. If I ever come across something I will make sure to contact you.

What really caught my attention in your post was how you don't like the "on top" position and prefer the old fashioned ways, missionary style. I don't think you're the first one to prefer something old fashioned over something extremely crazy and out of the norm. I think a lot more people prefer missionary then admitted. It is the simplest and provides excellent pleasure for both partners.

Good luck! Stay healthy my friend.
Good luck! Stay healthy my friend.
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