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So how did it go? Ooooh I so hope that everything is fine. Although, clomid just increases your chances of conception by 2% (from 15% to 17%). not husge odds but atleast it is a step in teh right direction.
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Well I had the MRI - it was a lot more full-on than I was expecting!!! I think that is mainly me being a wuss though - I'm not good at that kind of thing. I had a bit of a 'turn' afterwards and had to stay there for a few hours until I was okay again.

Fingers crossed for some results on Thursday!! :D

Yay Megs that you are good to go on clomid - another step forward! it feels so good that we are actually moving forward now, even if it is somewhat traumatic. LOL.

 
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Hey Elleroo! I was just googling Septate/Bicornuate uteri (?) in NZ and your post came up! Small world as we were October Buddies!!

How are you going now ? What's next ? I don't know if you saw but I've been told I have a Bicornuate or Septate uterus too! I was going to go Private to get it checked out but at the moment I'm on the public system waiting to be seen! (Unless I get too impatient then I will look into the private system)!

I'm so sorry you're going through this and I hope that they can fix the problem!

Keep us posted






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Hey Princess Bubs! Sorry I only just noticed your post.
My heart shaped uterus scare was over a year ago now - it turned out to be a red herring, and my uterus was not the problem! (after lots of expensive tests!!!)

here's hoping tha tis the same for you love.

How are you doing? xoxox

 
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i have a bicornuate uterus too... not a spetum tho....and altho they suspected it was a false one halfway thru my pregnancy they have again confirmed - 3 years later that it is def still there....as are my lovely hormonal fibroids that feed off any pregnancy...

wonder how many of us there are on here with them????
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Hey Bombshell,

Sorry to hear you have a bicornuate uterus, looks like you've had children though ? Did you have any complications with it ?






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ive had one daughter....complications were risk of having her before 28 weeks and every week we went post that was a blessing....she sat breech which is another "risk" and so i prepared for a c section from day dot! when she turned once late in pg and specialist suggested we might go natural I freaked out...i was soo prepared for c section...which we did have!

I also grew hormonal fobroids which made me HUGE and one got taken out when she was delivered. Others are still there. She was delivered at 38 weeks but weighed a VERY healthy 9lb 8!

horns on my uterus and the bicornuate have been confirmed again as we are unexplained secondary infretility now....and i cant help but wonder if it does have something to do with the bicornuate that noone can explain
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Thanks for sharing your story! Sounds like pregnancy was a very scary time for you. I miss the innocence of thinking it was easy to get pregnant, stay pregnant and deliver a healthy baby at the end of it.

I'm still waiting to be seen at North Shore Hospital, I had been told I'd be seen within a month, but then I had a call from the Specialist who said that he still hadn't graded me as they have a backlog, and he'll get back to me. I've been waiting 8 weeks now and still no nearer.

I hope that you get lucky with TTC number 2! It's a long road but it'll be worth it in the end. Maybe we'll end up a due date thread together one of these days!






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My sister is a mom of twins. And the doctors did not give her any good forecast due to the similar problem with the uterus. But you can never realize the strength of a human body. Then I believe everything will be fine in your case. I read the latest tech news on 4ProMedia, and medicine is very advanced today. Doctors have all types of equipment to provide regular inspections and avoid complications.

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