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worried_granny posted:
My 19 year old daughter has been told that she has two uterus and two cervixes. Ok that we can handle, but she has a baby in each uterus. What kind of problems should I be watching for? Right now she is having serve back and side pain, I think it is everything growing. From what I have found this is a one in 50 million chance.
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Haylen_WebMD_Staff responded:
Here's a discussion from a few months ago about this condition - there might be some good information for you:

http://forums.webmd.com/3/pregnancy-high-risk-conditions-exchange/forum/534/41#41

FYI - the medical term for this is didelphic uterus - Best of luck to your daughter...and grandmother!

Haylen


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