The position of the uterus is forward leaning, the uterus is slightly forward, and the cervix is ​​downward and backward. After sexual intercourse, semen accumulates in the posterior fornix of the vagina, so the lower cervix is ​​easy to be soaked in the semen, which is conducive to the sperm moving upstream. Checking the position of the uterus can make a preliminary investigation of infertility. Abnormal uterine location, including uterine malformations, dysplasia, endometritis, uterine fibroids, intrauterine adhesions, abnormal uterine position, and intimal insufficiency, can affect sperm operation, implantation of fertilized eggs, and fetal development. Growing, causing infertility or miscarriage.

Basic Information

Specialist classification: gynecological examination classification: ultrasound

Applicable gender: whether women are fasting: not fasting

Tips: B-mode ultrasound can not confirm the position of the uterus, because the bladder needs to be filled before the B-ultrasound, often causing the uterus position to change. Normal value

The position of the uterus is forward leaning, the uterus is slightly forward, and the cervix is ​​downward and backward. After sexual intercourse, semen accumulates in the posterior fornix of the vagina, so the lower cervix is ​​easy to be soaked in the semen, which is conducive to the sperm moving upstream.

Clinical significance

Abnormal results: abnormal uterine position mainly including uterine malformation, dysplasia, endometritis, uterine fibroids, intrauterine adhesions, abnormal uterine position and intimal dysfunction, can affect sperm operation, implantation of fertilized eggs and fetus Development, growth, causing infertility or miscarriage.

People who need to be examined: a population of infertile women.

Precautions

Contraindications before the examination: sexual intercourse is prohibited for the first three days of the examination, and the examination should be 3-7 days after the menstruation is clean.

Requirements for inspection: Checking for relaxation, checking may cause physical and psychological burdens, should be actively faced, and actively cooperate with the inspection.

Inspection process

Generally diagnosed by gynecological examination. The uterus probe can also detect the direction of the uterus to assist in diagnosis. It must be noted that B-mode ultrasound can not diagnose the position of the uterus, because the bladder needs to be filled before the B-ultrasound, often causing changes in the position of the uterus.

Not suitable for the crowd

Menstruating women.

Adverse reactions and risks

Generally not.