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Are progyluton,folic acid and ferrous sulfate recommended for tilted uterus?

Hi, im on ttc and having irregular period. I have tilted uterus. My ob gave me progyluton to regulate my period. She gave me folic acid and ferrous sulfAte also since i was on ttc. I just want to ask, is it safe to take all this meds? Please help. Thank you.
Fri, 4 Apr 2014
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OBGYN 's  Response
Hello and welcome,

I guess your question is first will these meds help in tilted uterus and if they are safe.

I answer the second part first: the medicines are just routine supplements to help correct anemia and vitamin deficiency. Progyluton is a combination of estrogen and progesterone and may help in regulating the cycle.

The medicines will not help in a tilted uterus. Only surgery can correct the direction and it is not needed. Most likely it is retroverted, directed backwards. So just lie on your tummy after sexual intercourse so that the sperms will come in contact with the cervix.

Do not worry. You will conceive. Get an ovulation study done to see if you are ovulating and keep contact on ovulation days.

Best of luck.
Hope this satisfies your query.
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Dr Madhuri Bagde
Consultant Obstetrician and Gynecologist
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Are progyluton,folic acid and ferrous sulfate recommended for tilted uterus?

Hello and welcome, I guess your question is first will these meds help in tilted uterus and if they are safe. I answer the second part first: the medicines are just routine supplements to help correct anemia and vitamin deficiency. Progyluton is a combination of estrogen and progesterone and may help in regulating the cycle. The medicines will not help in a tilted uterus. Only surgery can correct the direction and it is not needed. Most likely it is retroverted, directed backwards. So just lie on your tummy after sexual intercourse so that the sperms will come in contact with the cervix. Do not worry. You will conceive. Get an ovulation study done to see if you are ovulating and keep contact on ovulation days. Best of luck. Hope this satisfies your query. Thanks for using HCM. Feel free to ask any more questions that you may have. Dr Madhuri Bagde Consultant Obstetrician and Gynecologist