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    Bicornuate uterus
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    pokey1202 posted:
    Hi everyone, I found out this morning I have a heart shaped uterus but the doctor kept calling it didelphys which i believe is something different. I am really worried about carrying to term. I have an ob and at 20 weeks or sooner if necessary begin seeing the high risk doctor. How are my chances looking for this condition?
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    portlandmama responded:
    I have the same condition, and recently had my first child. It was a scary pregnancy, as I also had to see a high-risk specialist, and I wasn't sure what would happen. But everything turned out fine and I carried my son to term. He is now a healthy, happy toddler! I wish you the very best with your pregnancy.
     
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    susie4050 responded:
    I hope everything came out well. My mom had a bicorniate uterus and had 2 kids. I have a didelphic uterus and elected not to have kids. It is possible.....


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