Hi, any moms out there with a bicornuate uterus?

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Chey - posted on 10/30/2013

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I was diagnosed in my 2nd pregnancy. My first was a miscarriage early on. I carried my son (2nd pregnancy) til 36.6 weeks. My water broke the morning of that date. He was transverse position and I had a c section. My second son was carried until 36.4 weeks. He was breech and he was physically disabled so he was another section. I would not risk a vbac because of his defects. My daughter was breech, I wanted to have a Vba2c breech birth. I was denied. They made me have a scheduled section at 38.6 weeks. They assigned her birthdate. I am still mad. She was born at 9 pounds 6 ounces and very healthy. I had experienced placenta accertia (as they guessed) on the operating table. I hemorrhaged. I feel it was an atonic uterus because my uterus was never given the chance it was supposed to to contract normally for birth. I wish I would of refused and had a trial of labour.

Vanessa - posted on 04/27/2009

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Hi I had one but the septum was torn during the birth - had a fairly normal pregnancy and the birth was ok - needed some help with some cynitocin and ventose but had a very healthy little boy!

Belinda - posted on 04/21/2009

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wow im surprised that it took that long to determine that you had that problem. Yeah it was my very first pregnancy when i found out i had the two uterus. its very strange and scarey at the same time.

Victoria - posted on 04/21/2009

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im 26 weeks, i have an ultrasound today at 1:00, they are gonna measure my uterus. I am going to be 30 years old, i first got pregnant at 18,19,20,28, and now. i wasnt diagnosed with the bicornuate uterus until my 4th pregnancy. I couldn't believe it.

Belinda - posted on 04/21/2009

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well the doctor told me that my water had a little help om breaking. with my two uterus i had my period up until i was 4months along at the time i was 17. so i had no prenatal care when my water broke. my nephew had kicked me in the stomach the doctor said that the heat lack of prenantal care and the kick to the stomach helped my water break. how far along are you.

Belinda - posted on 04/21/2009

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she was born at 25wks 3days the doctors were very scared for me but she made it okay.

Belinda - posted on 04/21/2009

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people can tell you not to be scared. to be honest with every pregnancy i was on edge i did have cramping alot but the doctor told me it was my uterus adjusting to the baby.and that just to lay down when this happened and drink alot of water. i had never ever heard of a bicorn uterus until i was 23 weeks pregnant my water broke but the doctors were able to hold off on labor for two weeks thank god. i felt every move with my kids to its all scarey though i will not denie that.

Victoria - posted on 04/21/2009

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I can only get pregnant on the left side. I have had four miscarriges. Fortunatley shes been doing okay. I am just very crampy, i feel her every move

Belinda - posted on 04/21/2009

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yes but not at the same time. well i had five pregnancy three in one uterus and two in the other. one was a miscarriage and the other were somewhat okay.

Belinda - posted on 04/21/2009

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i have been pregnant four times. my first one was early but made it through alot and my other two i went two weeks early my last was four weeks early and he is healthy and happy. my situation is weird i was pregnant in both sides of my uterus if you can believe that.

Victoria - posted on 04/21/2009

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This is my 5th pregnancy. I am 26 weeks and this is the furtherest ive been in pregnancy. I have been in and out of the ER with bleeding, heavy cramping. My ob suggested that i have ultrasounds every 3-4 weeks to measure my uterus.

Jackie - posted on 04/21/2009

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Yes, and fortunately everything about my pregnancy turned out ok. My little boy came three weeks early, but I was able to deliver him naturally and my uterus expanded well during the pregnancy rather than competing with the other side. So if you are worried about something, it is not as scary as some doctors make it seem. There are just more precautions.

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