I am writing because I am feeling kind of nervous. I have a bicornuate uterus and always heard all kind of horrifying stories about getting pregnant and complications: miscarriages, prem babies and mandatory c-section since the baby will be likely to be breech. The doctor who diagnosed me ages ago even told me I couldn't have babies - wish I had him in front of me to slap him on his face! -
Well, defying all odds I have passed 37 weeks, the baby managed to turn and they told me I can have a natural birth and they have booked me for induction because the baby is too big and it has to come out a bit earlier. I am a bit nervous about it because I was always convinced that it will be a prem baby and with a c-section. I am glad the baby is now full term, now my only worry is that in my head I am not prepared for a natural birth, I am worried if the weird shape of my uterus could cause complications, I also didn't take any induction course, just antenatal classes. Has anybody been in this situation and offer some advice?