Thanks for the query.
Normal position of cervix
and uterus is anteverted position. In 20 % of normal individuals it could be retroverted as well.
Some conditions such as endometriosis
tumors as well as pelvic adhesions can cause misalignment of the uterus resulting in retroversion of the uterus. This results in tilted cervix as well.
Get a ultrasound
abdomen to rule out the same.