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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. 

Name: amyp | Date: Oct 10th, 2006 2:38 AM
Well i will go in on Monday the 16 and the Dr. will do a saline sonogram and determine what type of uterus I have. He said that is is much more common to have a uterus septum (which can be removed with surgery) then it is to have a bicornuate. he said that either way i should still be able to have a child. If I have a septum then we will do surgery in 2-3 weeks and then i will wait 2 months before taking fertility drugs again. IF bicornuate then i guess we will start take them now??? Not sure I will just keep praying and waiting untill the 16th. 

Name: Amsterdam | Date: Nov 3rd, 2006 4:56 AM
I feel comforted knowing that there are all these women that have uteri. I'm 30 and found out a year ago that I have two seperate horns connected to one cervix. Although the doctors haven't given me all the info I would like, I've at least found out that I am fertile, have one cervix, and no septum. The doc says that I may have to have my cervix sewn up at the end of my first trimester. He also thinks that I may have to be on bedrest for most of the pregnancy and deliver via C-section early. For those women who have had children and the same situation as me - did you have to have your cervix sewn or be on bedrest? Were the doctors majorly concerned about anything? Is there anything I can do to have an easier pregnancy? Thanks! 

Name: Marti | Date: Nov 3rd, 2006 5:23 PM
Grey's Anatomy last night had a story with a gal with two uterus's and she was carrying a baby in each. Of course it was TV drama so one baby had one daddy and the other had another daddy :) 

Name: Marti | Date: Nov 3rd, 2006 5:24 PM
Amsterdam - my sister was on bedrest for two weeks with her first pregnancy. But nothing like that with the second...It probably depends on the size of the two and any complications. 

Name: Amsterdam | Date: Nov 4th, 2006 2:45 AM
Marti - yes, I saw that on Grey's last night. I thought it was interesting because my doc and I joked about that sort of situation being possible. Of course, you would have to be ovulating on the other side to be able to get pregnant the second time and that's not too probable.
As for your sister...does she have two seperate uteri and only one cervix? I saw pictures of mine when I had a surgery to remove a cyst a couple months ago - and they are two Completely different organs...not heart shaped.
Thanks for your reassurance. 


Name: MARINA | Date: Nov 13th, 2006 7:58 PM
I HAVE THE SAME PROBLEM BUT I'M PREGNANT 

Name: lisaandmirko | Date: Nov 22nd, 2006 9:13 AM
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hi everyone! finaly i have found women like me! i am 27 currently living in italy and in may i discovered i had 2 wombs, 2 cervix and 1 kidney. i have always had terrible periods, clotting and not been able to wear tampax etc etc. i was always at the docs in my teens and even had a visit from gyno but no one ever picked up my abnormaties. by having 1 kidney is obviously dangerous when u dont know as u have to be careful wot medicines u can take etc etc
now that i know i have 2 wombs,2cervix i dont know wot to do. some doctors say u can have kids then u cant, i have been on the pill most of my life and when i found all this out i came off the pill, me and my partner have had unprotected sex for approx 6 months but im no pregnant. there is so many things i would like to know, facts etc but it seems everyone says different things, can u get pregnant in both wombs at the same time or by months apart? please email me with your experiences and answers. lisa linda
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Name: firsttimer | Date: Dec 23rd, 2006 2:46 AM
i just wanted to clarify for everyone. that uterus' develop in halves and come together to form one. when someone has 2 uterus' it is heart shaped and they can't get pregnant in each one, because it is still fused together. i know this for a fact, because my uterus has a problem a lot like this and my doctor made drawings for me and explained the differences. 

Name: popes_gurl_54 | Date: Dec 23rd, 2006 8:19 AM
they just had a thing on yahoo news about a woman who had triplets in her 2 uterus's....twins in one uterus and a single in the other...they were all conceived at once, obviously...but i had never heard of it up until I read that story...and until I came on here....give me a second and I will see if I can get the webpage for you ladies. 

Name: popes_gurl_54 | Date: Dec 23rd, 2006 8:22 AM
the website for that article is
http://deseretnews.com/dn
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Name: Lynne n | Date: Dec 23rd, 2006 9:10 AM
Ihave herad of that it is true. 

Name: popes_gurl_54 | Date: Dec 23rd, 2006 2:22 PM
i thought it was interesting...i'd never heard of it before 

Name: lisaandmirko | Date: Jan 4th, 2007 11:38 AM
yes u can get preg in both wombs at the same time, there are only 50 known women to do so and one of the women is from manchester and bbc did a documentary on er last year, if u have to wombs with 2 cervix u can get preg in both, i have heard if u get preg in one they usually stitch the cervix so u dont get preg in the other. well i ope i become the 51st!!! :) 

Name: dovegal | Date: Jan 7th, 2007 5:23 AM
will you send me some pics of 2 uteruses..an 2 [email protected]
thanx 

Name: LALY | Date: Jan 28th, 2007 6:37 PM
I have a bicornial uterus and was told about one week ago that I could carry two seperate pregnancies at once! 

Name: Autum | Date: Jan 30th, 2007 3:55 PM
I have a complete vaginal septum, two cervixs and two uterus's, I am not sexually active and get random pelvic pain, does anyone else with this condition experience this? 

Name: Coartney | Date: Jan 30th, 2007 3:56 PM
again this topic is from almost 2 yrs ago, repost your own please. 

Name: kelsie | Date: May 11th, 2007 3:09 AM
I found out a few years ago that i have two uterus and two cervix. The doctor has told me to be carefull, because i could get pregnant easily. I get really bad cramps,unbareable..actually. and was wondering, dos anyone else go through that? 

Name: zoey9810 | Date: May 11th, 2007 3:13 AM
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Name: jillw | Date: May 11th, 2007 3:17 AM
god this topic is like a bad penny! you jsut can't get rid of it!!!! 

Name: Randi | Date: May 11th, 2007 2:50 PM
Bump for Jill. LOL 

Name: KarenM | Date: May 11th, 2007 11:20 PM
Omg it's sooo Randi's fault...I hadda bump for Jill too :) :) :) 

Name: melissa23 | Date: May 12th, 2007 5:36 AM
i have two uterus' and two cervix. i cant find any information on it. my doctor told me i had a high chance of a miscarrage or preterm labor. well i am 36 weeks and wondering if i can carry all the way through! does anyone know anything about this? 

Name: bmes | Date: May 12th, 2007 9:13 PM
omg....this post is REALLY old!!! lol....you should make a new one....BUT, anyways.......if you're already 36 weeks, haven't you talked to your doctor about any of this yet? you'd think you would have found all this out by now. 

Name: zoey9810 | Date: May 12th, 2007 9:17 PM
type it into google! DUH!!! and if your 36 weeks then Duh in about a week your full term! 

Name: ds | Date: Jun 5th, 2007 10:27 PM
Hi! Whilst having a miscarraige 7 months ago I was found to have uterus didelphys. Since then I have had a hysterosalpingogram (dye injected into the womb) to see exactly how I'm put together but they could only see one of my wombs. I then had to have exploritory surgery where my doctor found that, like alot of women with this condition, one of my wombs is significantly smaller than the other. In a few weeks time I am going to have the smaller womb sterilised to prevent pregnancy in that womb. It's possible to get pregnant in both but only before the hormones in your body are high enough to stop eggs being released. 

Name: ds | Date: Jun 5th, 2007 10:30 PM
Sorry, just found the old post thing! Was just looking into info on my condition and thought I'd offer help. Sorry again!! 

Name: zoey9810 | Date: Jun 5th, 2007 10:44 PM
its ok 

Name: lisaandmirko | Date: Jul 9th, 2007 4:53 PM
YES THIS THREAD IS OLD, BUT THERE IS NOT ALOT OF STUFF ON INTERNET CONCERNING THIS, AND PEOPLE FIND THIS THROUGH GOOGLE REALLY EASY, SO WHY DONT U JUST STOP SAYING THIS THREAD IS OLD, MAYBE U ARNT INTERESTED BUT OTHER PEOPLE ARE WHO HAVE THIS PROBLEM, SOME OF THESE WOMEN ARE DESPERATE FOR INFORMATION, SOME DONT EVEN KNOW IF THEY CAN GET PREGNANT, SO LEAVE THIS THREAD ALONE, WHAT DAMAGE IS IT DOING, WHY ARE YOU SO BOTHERED? IF ANYONE WANTS INFOMATION FROM ME THEY CAN EMAIL ME ON [email protected] (I HAVE 2 WOMBS, 2 CERVIX, 1 KIDNEY)
THANKS FOR YOUR COOPERATION, I HOPE YOU CAN UNDERSTAND HOW IMPOSTANT THIS THREAD CAN BE FOR PEOPLE EVEN IF YOU ARE NOT INTERESTED! 

Name: lisaandmirko | Date: Aug 24th, 2007 2:03 PM
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