Hi there, I am writing because last year I was reading these blogs religiously and I thought I should write my experience. I have a didelphic uterus, cervix etc, and even though it took a few years to get pregnant, my pregnancy went very well and my baby boy was born at 40+5 weeks with a caeserean, because he hadn't engaged. My little man was conceived in the slighly smaller uterus of the two. A few doctors told me that this condition shouldn't cause a problem in actually getting pregnant and they had stories of ladies that found out in their 60s and after having children that they had the condition. Still though, I think it's important you have someone looking after you who knows what they're doing. Other than that, one can only hope for the best (and maybe prepare for the worst), because how things are actually going to turn out are mostly out of our control in this situation. Best wishes to everyoneView Thread
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