UTERUS DIDELPHYS HELP

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Agz
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Alberta M
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Hello, my name is Alberta Maxwell. I live in Canada. I am in grade 12, aged 18. My birthday is September 1st, 1992. The reason my name is Alberta is that I was born on the provinces birthday.

Anyways, I am diognosed with Unterine Didelphys and just found out about a month ago, but I found out that I have 2 uteri in the beginning of september and found out I have 2 vaginas 6 weeks later.

I am not afraid but honored to be one of the few women that have this.

I'm actually excited for the day I have a baby. Its going to be a whole new experience.

Thank-you. =]



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I'm 22 years old and living in Oxford. 



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Ali
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Hi im 27 years old and recently had surgery to remove a vaginal septum and a septum within my uterus. Under GA it was discovered that I actually have 2 cervixs and 2 uterus so no septum to remove from my uterus. I am due to have a renal ultrasound today to check out my kidneys. I am really struggling with this news as I can only think I will never be able to have a family.



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Alissa
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Hi! I'm a kiwi who was recently diagnosed with uterus didelphys, with two of everything (includes a vaginal septum- my left is smaller than my right but my boobs are the other way round so I even out overall).

One time I told a friend I had two of everything and he thought I was telling him I was a hermaphrodite. I don't mince my words any more.



Alix
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I only found out within the last year that i have uterus didelphys. Such a peculiar condition, but hey, it just adds to my weirdness, and does make for an interesting conversational point, especially in biology :P


 

 

How i found out was rather a strange situation. My boyfriend and i were fooling around, and he suddenly, randomly said "there's something peculiar about your uterus". What he was actually meaning was my vaginas, though he insists he's right because there is something odd about my uterus, cos i have two of them!

I always wondered why tampons never worked for me. I'd put one in, but would still bleed enough that i'd still need a pad, so I just stopped bothering to use them. Then, of course, found out all this, so for a while i used two tampons at once, which worked a treat! it was so nice to be able to use tampons and have them work! It was slightly quirky putting them in though. I'd put one in thinking "left" and then feel around, making sure it was on the left side of the septum, and then put the second one in thinking "right" and then feel around again to make sure it was on the other side of the septum to the first one. (i don't know why i'd consciously think one side or the other, but it seemed to help. also followed the outside wall, aiming for the respective ovary [just thought i'd put that in there for any other girls having a similar fun time with tampons, this was just a trick that helped me put them in with minimal fussing]). My septum came down quite close to the vaginal entrance, as in, there was a centimetre or two from the bottom of the tampon till the end of the septum. One suggestion, from my dad of all people, was so that i don't forget that i've got two tampons in (like i'm really gonna forget, but still) tie the strings together!


 

 

 

I went to the doctor, who sent me off for an ultrasound, suggesting a bicornuate uterus. The ultrasound wasn't scary at all, i had a female operator, and my boyfriend (who's been so sweet and supportive) was sitting next to me, holding my hand :)

They couldn't see the vaginal septum on the ultrasound (which was odd, cos it felt rather thick), but they did see two cervices and identified a left and right horn of the uterus, and only two ovaries.


From there i went to a speicalist, who confirmed that it was something more than a bicornuate uterus. It's uterus didelphys, which means i have two fully functioning uteruses, and cervices, and vaginas (fun for me).

 

 

From there we discussed options. She said that there's no real point to surgery, other than to remove the septum (the bit in the middle thatgives me two vaginas), if i want to. There's no point removing one of the uteruses, as there's nothing wrong with them, they're just small.


 

I decided that i wanted to have surgery to get the septum removed, because it was causing me some pain in some positions during sex. That, and oh, to be able to use just one tampon and have it work! Lol, i think that's something normal women take for granted.

I did need to spend the night in the hospital after the surgery because the septum was thicker than they had originally anticipated, so the surgery took a little longer, and there was a little too much bleeding for them to be comfortable in sending me home. I had a catheda in (which they did while i was under general anaesthetic), but they took it out the next morning.


The one major bummer with regards to the surgery was that i wasn't allowed to have sex for four whole weeks! Nothing was allowed to go into or out of my vagina for a month! Did mean no period, but i'm not fussed about that.


 

 

So now i've got one vagina, two cervices, two uteruses, and two ovaries. The specialist said that when i go to the doctor for a Pap smear, that ineed to tell them to look, because the cervices are right next to each other, almost like little eyes or something, so they need to pay attention to what they're doing.


 

 

The only real downer to having two small uteruses (that i know of so far) is with relation to having kids - not so much in the getting pregnant field, because it's all functioning, it all works; it's more that carrying to term could be an issue. I'm more likely to need a c-section because the baby might not have enough space to turn. And also more likely to go into premature labour, again,because there's not enough space. But i'm definately looking forward to having kids in the next ten years, so i'll keep you posted on how it all goes :)



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Amber H.
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24. A happy, cheery, fun loving girl, who has just found out the disease she has. 2 uteri's. How has this happened?? Why?? Can I still hav echildren?? I have many many questions...



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Amorina
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Hi I'm Amorina me too I have didelphis uterus I found out last year 2011 my first baby didn't survive because of placenta previa and a year after i had pregnant to my second baby I didn't know the risk of my case my OB didn't tell me and i had premature labor at a 30weeks AOG as CS section that time I hope that my baby is healthy the day after giving birth the complications has come out he has a acute RDs and weeks later his vital organs not function well and i know because his not fully developed but I believe in God I'll never give up and he is fighting every single day but the chance he survive is 50% and that's the time accept the fact that his not for me and I decided to go home with my baby I feel so crumble every single munites and after the many times of healing prayer my baby is gone silently.And now I have two angels in heaven i know he guides me all the time..


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