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|Originally posted by morebabies
I had an HSG, hysteroscopy, and ultrasound yesterday. I was in to see if I had a communicationg horn or not so I could know more about removal and just to have further knowledge about my body for future pregnancies. I have come a long way from thinking I did something wrong having a miscarriage to thinking I had endometriosis, to thinking it was a fibroid, to this. Unicornuate uterus with non-communicating horn. The doc says taking the horn out will probably not do anything. He also believes it does not have a functioning endometrium so I cannot get pregnant in there. I have had several miscarriages and one live 26 week birth. I know little about unicornuate uterus' and want to go ahead and get pregnant next week. I do know that there is less room for a baby to grow and less available blood flow. This can cause many problems with the placenta as it did in my only live birth. Does anyone have reccomendations for more blood flow, yoga, herbs, bedrest? I want another and am a little freaked out. Don't want to go through NICU for 2 1/2 months again. Really want a vaginal birth. Ok, so I am realizing that maybe the infertility group isn't exactly where I belong, I am very fertile, (have gotten pregnant on my 5th day before), I just have trouble keeping them in. Cervix is fine. It's the banana shaped uterus that isn't.
|Originally posted by morebabies
Hi, I have become a member of the yahoo group and am finding some good info. My doctor that gave me all the tests is the specialist in the state and he seems to not be concerned with my getting pregnant. I have to see him one more time next week to talk and see if he found anything new out by reveiwing my x-rays. Anyways, I have heard that aloe juice taken internally increases blood flow to the uterus and should be avoided for that purpose. I have posted different posts all over lately and seem to be leaving some valuable info out or am not entirerly clear. To clarify, my daughter is living and was an emergency c-section because her cord was around her neck and her fluid dried up. My uterus is Unicornuate but is actually quite large for a UU. The horn that has its own fallopian tube turned out to be just a small mass of tissue, no chance of getting pregnant in there. Thanks everyone for caring and for being honest. Good luck with your hsg, hopefully you will have a gentle doc like I did.
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