I had a trans-vaginal ultrasound the other day, as a diagnostic for endometriosis/fibroids. The ultrasound machine screen was turned away from me, but the tech was relating some numbers to an assistant (or maybe a trainee), but she also said the uterus in transverse position thing. I see my doctor in a couple of weeks to discuss the results, but just because I was wondering, I Googled the phrase, but everything that I found seems to be related to a fetus in a transverse position, rather than the uterus itself.
P.S. Sorry if this is a stupid question. Like I said, I'm just curious.