Ok ladies. I just found out 2 weeks ago after having surgery to remove a large cyst from my right ovary and a ectopic pregnancy that to our surprise was in there since the dumb ass Dr I seen for my miscarraige missed it that I have a Unicornate Uterus. Anyways heres my question about this. Are there any of you moms out there have this abnormality and been able to get pregnant and carry? Also do you know if it would be to risky to try again with only having the one fallopian tube that is already damaged from the ectopic pregnancy that I had? I really want to keep trying but scared to death of losing more babies and possibly another ectopic that might not get noticed and kill me (like the last one almost did since I had internal bleeding already from it).
There's another mama on here who just found out she has a Unicornuate uterus, and I believe she's had kids before finding out. I don't know anything about it from personal experience, just what I've read. Good luck, though!
i have unicornaute uterus 1 ovary 1 fallopian tube and 1 kidney and i have a healthy 4 year old son carried him full term with no complications. i actually didnt find out i had unicornuate uterus until i had him via c section because he was breech. Iam currently 34 weeks pregnant with my second child and everything has been fine so far
Thanks for the replies. These stories are encouraging to keep trying. Maybe third times the charm and I will finally get a baby after all. Its just after trying for 10 years to finally concieve twice this year to end up losing both and find out that I have another health problem on top of the PCOS and Hypothyrodiam that already knowed about is about to get to me. Im about ready to call it quits. But I told DH that I will give it one more try and if I lose another one then Im done.
I also just found out in October that I only have one kidney too. Thats one reason the Dr was going to look at my uterus real good during surgery. He said usually if you have one kidney that theres a good chance of having an abnormal uterus.