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    Thank you so much! I am so new at threads I am sure I am not responding correctly. Thank you for your reply. I am hopeful everything will work out. Thanks again!

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    Default Unicornuate uterus

    Quote Originally Posted by Sethysmum View Post
    Omg! I have a unicoruate uterus as well. I had never heard of anyone else unyil i saw ur post. They only picked mine up when i had some investigative work done for ivf. With a previous partner i had a still birth 11 yrs ago and a miscarriage and no one had picked up on my uterus. Even though we now know they said that would not of caused what happened in my prev pregnancies. We had to go down the ivf path due to probs with dh but we had a beautiful healthy boy who is now 5 months old. The pregnancy was ok just felt like i was going to explode as there was not a lot of room left in there by 37 weeks. People with this type of uterus have a high risk of premature labour so i was on progesterone pessaries from 24 weeks. At 37 weeks i was diagnosed with pre eclampsia so ds was del then by csection. He was 5pound 14 ounces and very healthy. Also bubs are normally smaller as there growth can be restricted due to the lack of room in the uterus. If anyone needs more info let me know.

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    Hi,
    I have recently been told I have a unicornuate uterus and am seeing a specialist in a few weeks but am concerned being so rare he won't have come across this before. It shows you are from Melbourne? Did you see anyone in particular for your fertility or gynaecologist? I was hoping to find someone with experience. Thanks

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    Hi Everyone. Just thought I would update for any future readers.

    Our bub is now 4 months old. I had a scan every 4 weeks throughout my pregnancy to check that bub still had plenty of room and that my cervix wasnot compromised.

    I was induced at 37 weeks (for unrelated issues) and bub was healthy, above the 50 percentile for height and weight
    I had no issues from my UU

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