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Subseptate Uterus - Any Success Stories Out There?

Hi Ladies,



After 4 miscarriages in the last 2yrs, I have been diagnosed with a subseptate uterus and am now going to have surgery to resect the septate (via hysteroscopy) next week.



Has anyone had this surgery and can put my mind at rest - did anyone go on to have a healthy pregnancy after?



When I was pregnant with my son (now 3yrs), he lay transverse throughout the pregnancy and I had to have a C Section at 36wks because of the transverse lie and pre-eclampsia. So, I know I carried a baby almost to term with the subseptate - but the DRs are saying that the septate can be the cause of miscarriage and so its best to have it removed and take the problem out of the equation.



Just wish I knew someone that had had the surgery and could claim it a success.



Have also posted this on the mc board.



Thanks ladies.

Replies

  • I just posted to your message in REcurrent Miscarriage forum. I am fairly optimistic about chance of a successful pg after op.



    How was your op?
  • Hi there. I have uterus septus and 7 years old daughter born c- section because she was in breech position (having head in one part of my uterus and legs in another). Than one miscarriage 2 years after she was born. I was prepared to have the septum removed but realised I am pregnant again- my 2 years old son was born vbac. Now I am pregnant againimage
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