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T Shaped Uterus
I have a t-shaped uterus & use mirena. I also have a small fibroid. Should i be worried about removal considering the narrowness of my uterus?
I m 19 wk pregnant after ICSI, my dr think i hve slightly t-shaped uterus but she is NT sure, is dis still to worry while in 19 wk?on which week this can cause problem for me?any remedy?
See specialist: Consider seeing an MFM (maternal fetal medicine) specialist. They can take more detailed look via ultrasound and make recommendations if they think you are at risk for preterm labor. After delivery and postpartum period, consider a hysterosalpingogram (x-ray study of uterus and tubes) or MRI. Your reproductive specialist can schedule these. Ask your OB to get records from your infertility dr. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I was told that because I have a heart shaped uterus, i can't deliver vaginally. Is this true? My baby was head down & everything, too. Thanks.
24wks pg. At last sono I noticed that from my the baby in uterus to my short, .4cm cervix was a large v-shaped void of nothing. Is this "funneling"?
Hard to say: An experienced perinatologist would always want to see images or to at least know the sonographer or sonologist who did the ultrasound study. Therefore, we cannot provide an answer for you here. However, if you are already considered high risk due to short cervix and/or history of preterm labor or birth, you are probably in the care of OB or mfm (maternal-fetal medicine) and could contact them. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
What can I do if my sister has a heart shaped uterus and one ovary. How likely is it that I have it too?
Does a heart shaped uterus give bigger risks, of chances of miscarriages I've had 2 already and my uterus is not completely in half.?
Yes.: Arcuate or heart-shaped uterus (as any other mullerian anomaly: bicornuate, didelphic, septate, unicornuate) increase the risk of infertility and miscarriage should pregnancy occur, as well as previa, accreta, preterm birth, cesarean section and uterine rupture. Seek ob/gyn care, take Folic Acid 1-5 mg daily and good luck! ...Read more