Tilted Cervix?

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A tilted cervix refers to a cervix that is slanting backwards and not forwards. Usually, women have the anteverted uterus that slopes forward towards the bladder. A tilted cervix usually forms as an extension of a retroverted uterus or a tipped uterus.
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