I'm so, so, so sorry! Oh gosh, how awful to read my post first. I'm so sorry!
Glad to hear though that it wasn't too bad. Someone wrote me that they don't always have to do the clamp, that they can do a catheter? I'll pm you.
Bicornuate uterus happens when the two tubes that form the uterus don't properly fuse together in utero and as a result there's this dip at the fundus of the uterus (like the top of a heart)and a wall of tissue dividing the uterus - sometimes the tissue runs the entire length of the uterus and sometimes it's only partial. It can create problems with pregnancy since the baby gets crowded and may not turn head down, and sometimes it can create problems with premature labor, and apparently many times it's not a problem. A lot of women don't even know they have them until a c/s is done due to breech presentation. Some women find out after repeated miscarriages, so the silver lining to my cloud is that we found out about it this early in the game and can take corrective measures. More testing needs to be done to find out specifics and to determine treatment, but the good news is that it's certainly not the end of my pregnancy dreams. Thank for the hugs!
Dyan, yay! love to hear those success stories! Best of luck with your birth!
Lisa , married to Dan, mama to IVF miracle Natalie 5/20/09 :