I'm not sure where to post this, but thought my experience would be worth sharing with other bub hubbers with this condition & out of general interest to those trying to conceive.
Last week, I was booked in for my elective CS at 39 weeks - non medical, maternal request due to other health issues & the gut feeling it was the right choice for me.
I couldn't have been more correct that it was the right choice. It was discovered in theatre I have a unicornuate uterus & only have the right side of my uterus, right tube & right ovary. My little baby was *very* tightly packed in there. He was successfully delivered, but only 6 lb 1 - more like a twin in size, due to limited room in there. Very healthy though, APGARS of 9 & 10.
I'd love to hear from others who have had successful pregnancies with this condition & if anyone delivered naturally. After learning more about this, I am staggered that we managed to conceive naturally (7th cycle) and that I got to term! I don't know whether we've been exceptionally lucky, or if I am amazingly fertile, despite the odds. Will be having a chat with my Ob about my chances of future pregnancies & suspect I'll be monitored a bit more closely if we do successfully achieve another pregnancy.
Either way, we feel incredibly blessed & our little boy is very much loved.