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    Quote Originally Posted by BabyG4 View Post
    I've got a subseptate uterus which is very similar but my septum comes down 3/4 of the way. Was originally told that if I did get pregnant I would have extremely premature babies via c/s. DD1 came along and had to be induced with her as I was 2 weeks overdue. She was a natural birth.
    My only issues I've had is that we've had lots of miscarriages and they put it down to the uterus shape.
    I have read that quite a few people got diagnosed with Bicornuate & it was actually septate.
    That does concern me. And ultrasounds aren't the clearest to an untrained eye hmmm

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    Quote Originally Posted by Calstar View Post
    I have read that quite a few people got diagnosed with Bicornuate & it was actually septate.
    That does concern me. And ultrasounds aren't the clearest to an untrained eye hmmm
    I was initially diagnosed as bicornuate and have now been told it is a supseptate. Both by obgyn's

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    Quote Originally Posted by BubblesK View Post
    I was initially diagnosed as bicornuate and have now been told it is a supseptate. Both by obgyn's
    My exact diagnosis is bicornuate supseptate uterus. Talk about confusing!

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    These things are never straight forward are they?!

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    Nope us women are very confusing

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    Quote Originally Posted by Calstar View Post
    I have read that quite a few people got diagnosed with Bicornuate & it was actually septate.
    That does concern me. And ultrasounds aren't the clearest to an untrained eye hmmm
    Yes I was told originally that I had a 'double uterus' which is the bicornuate only to find out later on it was the subseptate. Don't think a ultrasound can determine it until you physically have exploratory surgery.

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    I had a baby girl in April. I delivered via c-section due to placenta previa. During the c-section my obstetrician noticed that I had a heart shaped uterus. It had not been picked up earlier during any of the scans.

    This did not cause me any complications in TTC or during the pregnancy (my OB said the placenta previa was not due to my heart shaped uterus). My OB did say she was surprised that my DD wasn't breach, because a lot of women with a heart shaped uterus have babies who get stuck in a breach position and are unable to turn. She said I had a higher risk of a breach baby and another c-section next time.

    She also told me that other than a possible breach baby, I shouldn't have any other issues as a result of this next time around.

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    Quote Originally Posted by hollypolly View Post
    I had a baby girl in April. I delivered via c-section due to placenta previa. During the c-section my obstetrician noticed that I had a heart shaped uterus. It had not been picked up earlier during any of the scans.

    This did not cause me any complications in TTC or during the pregnancy (my OB said the placenta previa was not due to my heart shaped uterus). My OB did say she was surprised that my DD wasn't breach, because a lot of women with a heart shaped uterus have babies who get stuck in a breach position and are unable to turn. She said I had a higher risk of a breach baby and another c-section next time.

    She also told me that other than a possible breach baby, I shouldn't have any other issues as a result of this next time around.
    Great news there then Hollypolly!
    And I hope your DD is doing well

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    Did anyone has bleeding throughout their pregnancies?
    I've heard this can also happen with bu.

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    Quote Originally Posted by hollypolly View Post
    I had a baby girl in April. I delivered via c-section due to placenta previa. During the c-section my obstetrician noticed that I had a heart shaped uterus. It had not been picked up earlier during any of the scans.

    This did not cause me any complications in TTC or during the pregnancy (my OB said the placenta previa was not due to my heart shaped uterus). My OB did say she was surprised that my DD wasn't breach, because a lot of women with a heart shaped uterus have babies who get stuck in a breach position and are unable to turn. She said I had a higher risk of a breach baby and another c-section next time.

    She also told me that other than a possible breach baby, I shouldn't have any other issues as a result of this next time around.
    Yeah my LO was breech as a result of my heart shape uterus. My obs says there is a good chance subsequent pregnancies will be breech and require c section too


 

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