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I am a mom to 8 beautiful children, 7 here on earth and one in Heaven. I have a bicornuate uterus... More

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How hard is it to get pregnant with a bicornuate uterus? I was told that I have it. after having 1... and was only then they discovered i had a partial bicornuate!!! never heard of it.  looked it up and read that it results...
The Uterus by findingeve Patient Expert . The most common type of malformation is the bicornuate (or “two-horned”) uterus.   Other malformations include...
The Uterus by findingeve Patient Expert . The most common type of malformation is the bicornuate (or “two-horned”) uterus.   Other malformations include...
Surgery or other traumas can sometimes be a trigger for Chronic Fatigue Syndrome (CFS), an immune system disorder.  However, with CFS there are normally other symptoms besides fatigue (despite its name).  These symptoms may
Whenever you quit the HRT the symptoms will return because you are artificially maintaining a hormone level which will go away when you quit that maintainence process...there are several other things that might be done but y
it means that you are having what is considered to be a chemical pregnancy.  So your hCG numbers will drop and your lining will shed thereby starting a new cycle for you.   I am wondering about the first ultrasound.  If t
The uterus is located directly behind and slightly above the bladder in the pelvic reigon and the rectum is behind that...   so from that I would assume that intestines rest above the uterus 
Yes, you can still get pregnant, even with a thin uterus lining, as long as you engage in unprotected intercourse.  So if you don't want children in your immediate future, be sure to use some form of contraception, whether ho
Sounds like you had some sort of endometrial ablation, whether by heat or cold.  My first question is why?  I suspect for heavy prolonged bleeding, eg menometrorrhagia.  If I understand correctly, this has returned but now w
Hmmm . . . not sure what you mean.  Perhaps you're referring to fibroids or overgrowths of muscle?  These can feel lumpy and are sometimes painful.  They can make your bleeding irregular and/or heavy.     Your endometrium

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