Well I am not sure if this will help, but I am 23 years old and have been pregnant twice, and I TOO have a bicornuate uterus, although it wasn't noticed until the second. With my first pregnancy, I was 16 years old and on birth control when it happened, so I continued to have a period. I didn't find out that I was pregnant until about 6 months. I found out when I was about 8 months and that the baby was breech, they scheduled a c section for Dec 6, I was due Dec 20. They said if I went into labor and had him the way he was positioned he wouldn't survuve from the blood loss and would tear up my insides on his way out. I went into labor Nov 29 in the middle of the night. When I got to the hospital my sons foot was out past his ankle. I went into the OR, was dialated to 10, pushed about 7 times and he was born. Timothy was 5 lbs 14 oz, 19 inches, at 36 weeks. Other then his foot being a little purple, and a little jaundice for a day or two, he and I were both perfectly fine. He is now a six year old healthy little boy.
I got pregnant again Nov. 11, 2007. December 26, I started bleeding. I went to the hospital and the did 2 different u/s. The first tech wasn't good enough, so the dr ordered more. They saw the baby was fine, I was measuring about 7 1/2 weeks, but that I had a bicornuate uterus, and a subchrionic hemorhage which was causing the bleeding. After 6 hrs of being in the hospital, they said I was having a threatened miscarriage and there was a 50/50 chance I would miscarry. I could go home, and chances were good since I have already have one successful pregnancy. He said to come back if any new symptoms. I was having bleeding and clots, but no pain. I was also to follow up with an ob. I continued to bleed, sometimes with clots.
I finally was able to get an appointment Jan. 3, 2008. I got an u/s and they found no traces of pregnancy. I had a miscarriage.
I have had one successful pregnancy with almost no prenatal care. I do not think the bicornuate uterus contributed to my uterus. Keep hope!
I have read more about this. Here is a link that may help give you some more info. http://pregnancy.families.com/blog/l...ornuate-uterus