hi i'm 30 yr old and we have decided to try for our first. i have didelphic uterus so 2 uterus, 2 cervix and a complete septum through vagina.I am lucky that both uterus are same size so can caryy in either side. i have recently moved to st. petersburg fl from las vegas and need to find a doctor out here now and would love to have one with experience with this condition. If any of you out there can make some recommedations id appreciate it, also any support with ttc would be great. we've been leaving it to chance i guess for the past year and nothing so now are actively going to try and track ovulation etc. my periods are irregular so its definitly a challenge. my doctor in vegas was amazing and going to be hard to replace. she was confident i could get pregnant and carry to almost full term. Still i am a high risk and most likely will have some miscarriages along the way, any websites that talk about this condition would help too, there is not much info i can find about itView Thread
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