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Old 06-20-2010, 11:20 PM   #11
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Old 06-20-2010, 11:30 PM   #12
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I have a bicornate uterus. Getting pregnant was no big deal - we weren't even trying...and my pregnancy was great (Thank God!).

The nurse practitioner who diagnosed me told me there was a very slim chance of my baby making it past 20 weeks, but my little one stuck it out and was born 10 days before her due date!

My OB told me that before I get pregnant again that she would like to do a surgery to correct it, but I have the faith that we will be okay. I am hoping to have a home birth next time, and I believe that our future pregnancies will go well like this first one did!

My husband's cousin has a bicornate uterus too, and she had twins suuuuuper early, but now they are 6, and are so healthy, and so sweet!
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The nurse practitioner who diagnosed me told me there was a very slim chance of my baby making it past 20 weeks, but my little one stuck it out and was born 10 days before her due date!
I hate it when they say that. How can they even know what your uterus is capable of? Won't know until we give it a chance, is how I feel!

Anyways, they want to surgically correct it? I didn't think you could correct a bicornuate; only septate. That's weird! A doctor told me that it shouldn't be corrected because they can't know how the blood supply will work out. Why fix something that doesn't need fixing anyways (which it doesn't sound like it does - 38+ weeks is great!)

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Old 06-25-2010, 05:26 PM   #14
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Old 06-25-2010, 06:12 PM   #15
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ok my first Ob was a great surgeon(gratefully I never needed surgery) but had the worst bedside manner that ever existed..He told me once that my uterus was split down the middle...never gave me a definite diagnosis or told me what it was called...so maybe I do...I don't really know
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Jacque - Does your current OB or midwife have any idea what the setup is? My pediatrician (the doc who first found it) initially told me it was bicornuate, and then they figured out it was didelphys. Interesting. I wonder which it is!
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Old 03-11-2012, 08:27 PM   #17
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Hi, I know this is an old post.
I was recently diagnosed with a septum uterus after a miscarry last Christmas. DD 1 was born at 32 weeks 4 days after my water broke spontaneously with a 4 hour labor.

I just had my septum resection last Thursday and feeling good. I am looking forward for our follow up and hopefully the RE got rid of all the septum and it definitely excites me to think that my womb is roomier now.

We want to TTC once we get the green light with our RE.
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Hi, I know this is an old post.
I was recently diagnosed with a septum uterus after a miscarry last Christmas. DD 1 was born at 32 weeks 4 days after my water broke spontaneously with a 4 hour labor.

I just had my septum resection last Thursday and feeling good. I am looking forward for our follow up and hopefully the RE got rid of all the septum and it definitely excites me to think that my womb is roomier now.

We want to TTC once we get the green light with our RE.
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