i’ve Recently been told by my GP that I have a bicornuate uterus (heart-shaped womb) and he has told me that, I can easily get pregnant but, will not be able to carry children. I’m only 18 and am so confused... any help?!
Nature's an amazing thing and doctors are not always right. I have an even rarer condition of a Unicornate Uterus which means I've been born with just half a womb. This means I'm high risk of miscarriage, very small baby and premature baby xx now they've only just discovered this condition 3 weeks ago after my fertility MRI. I have an 11 year old son who I carried full term and he was 8lb 12 ounce. No one then picked up on my mini womb and he was huge. Point I'm making is have faith. My half a womb carried a very large baby despite all the statistics saying I can't xxx be positive xx
literally been told by so many! Recently had an internal scan and not only been told about the bicornuate also have a callapsing cyst! They told me that I’m off high risk of getting pregnant But, that I will not succeed In carrying due to the septum being in the middle which has basically given me 1 and 1/2 uterus‘. They’ve told me that it is possible to operate but, only after I have manages To go through with the pregnancy but, how am I supposed to have this operation after I’ve had a child when they have told me that I cannot possibly carry a child? I don’t want children right now as I’m only 18 but, I would like a little me running around at some point in my future... it has caused me so many more problems! xxx
When it comes to it go and see a fertility specialist thats not NHS hun xxx dont let it stress u out x
Trying not too! Just need some advice really xxxx