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Name: tina | Date: Jan 11th, 2006 6:24 PM
well I have two seperate uterus ....and I have had two successful pregnancy's with no doctor suggesting such nonsense !!!! you have to ovulate to conceive ...so unless this girl has two sets of ovaries connected to two sets of uteri then the only chance of being pregnant in both would be NONE 

Name: Cristina | Date: Jan 12th, 2006 9:25 AM
I also have this condition. It took my hundreds of visits to the gyno and family doctor and also three stupid gynos to found this out and have it in my file. I am really frustrated since I have irregular periods, mood swings, depression, perios two time a month . I guess my hormons are totally messed. I would also want some info and talk about it. so please feel free and e mail me at [email protected] 

Name: MARYSUSAN | Date: Jan 16th, 2006 4:52 AM

Name: erica | Date: Jan 22nd, 2006 9:36 PM
Im feeling like i have 2 go 2 the restroom? But im leaking fluids? What should i do. Im only 35 weeks. 

Name: Michelle | Date: Jan 25th, 2006 2:37 AM
My daughter of 12 is going in for a pelvic exam to find out if she has 2 vagina holes, which would probably give her two cervix and maybe 2 ovaries? Doctor said that she has some skin running from one side of the vagina to the other side and it looked like she might have 2 holes. does anyone have this condition? What do i tell her to make her feel at ease?


Name: | Date: Jan 25th, 2006 6:07 AM
That sounds terrible 

Name: Ashley | Date: Jan 25th, 2006 10:15 PM
I am 30 weeks pregnant and when i went into my first ultrasound last August i was told i have a bicornial uterus. It is where your uterus is split and not always down the center, i have one side that is bigger than the other. In answer to your question, you cannot get pregnant while you are already pregnant because your eggs don't drop down (ovulate). 

Name: s | Date: Jan 26th, 2006 6:50 PM
I also have two uterus and 2 cervix trying to get pregnant but no luck, have not been trying that long. from the outside everything seems to work OK I have normal periods and also I have cervical mucus that is a sign of fertility, is there something I should now to help me with the odds of getting pregnant 

Name: Beth | Date: Jan 27th, 2006 11:18 AM
I found out just last year that 1 have 2 uterus and 2 cervix's, they only found out cuz i have having constant time of the month. and yesterday i found out i only have 1 kidney! apparently this is quite common with someoene of my condition. Wonder if they will find any more multiple organs or more organs missing! 

Name: J.T. | Date: Jan 27th, 2006 8:10 PM
I have two cervixes and one uterus divided by a septum that continues up through it from the flesh that divides the two cervixes. I have two children and the only complication with my gestations was that I can not give birth because both cervixes dilate during labor. Obviously two cervixes cannot dilate to ten centimeters and when I was at 3cm and 4 cm mayhem broke out in the birthing room. The septum between the two cervixes began to tear and I hemmoraged.
I was rushed in for an emergancy c-section.
For the second pregnancy, a c-section was pre-planned.
It was not until I was nineteen that it was discovered that I have this condition. I think it is better if a woman has two cervixes and two uteruses because then the baby is born through the cervix of the pregnant uterus. When there is only one uterus, and two cervixes, the baby's head is presenting against both the cervi and dilation does nothing but threaten to tear the mom asunder. 

Name: Sarah | Date: Jan 27th, 2006 8:46 PM
I believe that I have two uteruses on smaller then the other and two cervixes, on smaller then the other, the reason why I think this is because sometimes during intercourse I can feel the difference, I feel that I need to get checked out but with no insurance it is hard. Assuming that I can get pregnant( which that I am not even sure of) how long did it take others with conditions similar to mine THANK YOU 

Name: Amy | Date: Feb 15th, 2006 1:03 PM
I have also have 2 cervix and 2 uterus and found out when I was 20. I always thought something was different because intercourse would sometimes be painful and feel really tight. I found out that I had what is called a septum dividing my 2 cervix and my GP suggested surgery to remove it. I ended up having the surgery, which was really easy and now 6 years later have a healthy baby boy who was given birth by C-Section. If anyone has questions they can email me at
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Name: Jessica | Date: Mar 21st, 2006 3:54 PM
I myself have two uterus's. It is possible to get pregnant twice. i know of a lady who had two babies by two different men and she had two. I myself though have a small one and a full size one so i dont think my chances of getting pregnant twice is great i dont even believe i can at all. 

Name: Lisa | Date: Apr 2nd, 2006 5:46 AM
A bicornial uterus has an extra wall it doesnt have another uterus... with a bicornial uterus you have one cervix and one uterus it is just seperated with an extra wall down the center and its heart shaped... i my self have a bicornial uterus and so far trying to get preggo has led to 2 miscarraiges and no baby yet.. hope to have one soon thou 

Name: aimee | Date: Apr 26th, 2006 2:42 PM
Yes, I have two uterus's I found out once I was pregnant. I don't think you can get pregnant a second time, if you're already pregnant in one uterus. The eggs stop being released from your ovaries once you are pregnant, despite which uterus it's in. Maybe you could get pregnant in each of those uterus's at the same time though...that would be interesting? 

Name: debbi | Date: Apr 26th, 2006 4:55 PM
I have a didelphys which is officially two cervixs and two horns of uteri. It is not hereditary but my older sister also has it. She had twins nine years ago and each one had that their own seperate uterus. i am currently 15 weeks pregnant and crossing my fingers everyday that i won't have problems 

Name: Carla | Date: May 2nd, 2006 7:06 AM

The one thing that I can say is that I am happy that you looked into everything well she is young. I had lots of problems with my period when I was younger. It took them seven years and one doctor that actually listened to me to find my problem. The doctor put me on the pill to regulate my period so I didn't have it twice a month, but like your daughter I have two of everything too. The split vagina is very easy to fix I had a procedure done in vancuover and they just remove the septum (thats what they call it) up to the two cervix. The recovery is very easy too. The hardest thing that I found was learning how to use tampons at an older age. I know that might sound funny but being 23 years old and learning how to trust them was hard. Make sure that your there for her. She needs to know that she is not the only one. You will find it very fustrating because doctors can not really answer all the questions you may have. The one thing that I have started to notice is problems with my blatter. There are more test that need to be done. You may e-mail me if you have any questions. If you don't find it to over baring I also have pictures of what it acutally looks like. I feel doctors need to know and so do others with this condition. Also you daughter may write me too because I am also a young person trying to bare with being different. [email protected] fell free to ask anything. I am very open, because how else can people learn. 

Name: Toni | Date: May 4th, 2006 1:50 PM
I have two uteri but only one cervix and it is still a pain int he butt. I have had a child and it could cause some major complications if you get pregnant in both sides, due to the fact you may not have enough room for both babies. I had my first child in the right side and at this moment I am 3 months pregnant in the left side. Bicornial Uterus can aslo cause many other pregnancy problems if you find yourself to be pregnant and you have this you need to get to a doctor quickly. 

Name: GILLIAN | Date: May 11th, 2006 5:25 PM

Name: kim | Date: May 13th, 2006 3:38 AM
I also have two uteruses and two cervix, but have not been pregnant, but my doctor has said that I menstrate twice: therefore i would ovulate twice so it is possible but probablly would not be able to carry because of the space. 

Name: gerbilina | Date: Jun 11th, 2006 11:50 PM
Im 17 and i always had problems with my periods, like id wear a tampon but within minutes would be bleeding out. This is when i discovered i had a vaginal septum splitting my vagina in too. I discovered what it was after about a year of trying to have sex and failing miserably. I went to a million different doctors before actually getting help. I had a operation to remove the septum in the vagina about 11 months ago without my parents knowing. So MICHELLE your daughter is lucky to have you.
But i also have 2 cervixes and 2 uterus. I dont really know what this will mean when it comes to having children. But aparently i am lucky as my uterus is split right in to two seperate ones, as some ppl have 1 uterus with a septum coming 3/4 or so of the way down...which would disrupt a child.

[email protected] if anyone wants to ask or talk. 

Name: tina c | Date: Sep 1st, 2006 3:13 PM
HMMMMMMMM I am so surprised to hear of so many of these cases as I was told by the Dr.s here that it was fairly rare to have to completly seperate uteru's and cervix's with two vaginal openings ...After the birth of my son Via C-section 14 years ago I have had many tests and scans to see what was what and so on ...I have only one set of fallopian tubes and ovaries and therefore can only be pregnant with one pregnancy at a time ...I have never heard of someone having two pregnancies at the same time and when I asked my obgyn who happens to be the cheif of Obstectrics here in atlantic Canada he says he's never heard of it (strange) although can't rule it out ....So I guess my question to everyone is has anyone e ver had natural birth that has two uteruses two cervix and two vagianal canals ??????I am currently preg with my 3rd child and would love to be able to deliver him naturally but it seems out of the question ?????/ 

Name: sterlids | Date: Sep 1st, 2006 3:29 PM
i used to work in a women's clinic and we had a few cases of women that had two vaginas, cervixes, and uteri. it is so weird. that had to have two paps done. one for each cervix. 

Name: sterlids | Date: Sep 1st, 2006 3:29 PM
oh but i don't think you can get pregnant in the second uterus. we asked about that and the providers said that when you are pregnant your body stops ovulating and that is also why we don't have periods when we are pregnant. 

Name: moshecathy | Date: Sep 1st, 2006 8:57 PM
I actully just watched an episode of this in Birth Day (Discovery Health). I didnt see the whole thing though just the end. They just said one uterus was active and the other wasnt. The pregnancy was complicated but she delivered a very normal and healthy baby. 

Name: EthansMom0213 | Date: Sep 2nd, 2006 3:26 AM
Wow I never heard of this. I do know that is possible to get pregnant twice with one uterus (which is also rare) but never hear of this. I guess it is true you really do learn something new every day. 

Name: Rebecca | Date: Sep 5th, 2006 2:33 PM
Yes i have known ppl with it 

Name: amyp | Date: Sep 11th, 2006 4:08 PM
does anyone have two uterus's?? I have recently lost a baby at 6 weeks and 3 days.. When did the first sonagram is when we found out about the two uterus's. So over the past week i have started searching for more information, on 9/12/06 i will go to a specialist for a consult. I am looking for someone to help me ask the right questions to the docotor, does anyone have any suggestions? 

Name: leslie11 | Date: Sep 21st, 2006 5:08 PM
yes that is what they told me but to find out i dont have 2 just 1 but insted of it being oval shaped with 1 hump it is kind of heart shaped they told me that it is a high risk for a misscarage so i just take it easy 

Name: tylersmom06 | Date: Sep 22nd, 2006 5:07 AM
This all just blows my mind! So you can get pregnant and then get pregnant again while still pregnant with the first? 

Name: Marti | Date: Sep 22nd, 2006 3:57 PM
Yes. My sister has this. She's delivered two healthy baby girls. (Two years apart) Both were several weeks early but very healthy. 

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