Click here to edit subtitle

Mrs Williams

Joined May 15 2013
Send a Message
Add as Friend
Flag as Inappropriate
General Info

Friends (8)

Site Memberships

uterus didelphys help

Recent Activity
About Me

I am 32 year old woman, and I have recently been married to the only man I have ever been sexual activity with. After being married only a few months I noticed some irregular periods which meant I started see my GP and was tested for many things, eventually finding out that I have a didelphys uterus with longetal septum. We want to have children, but the doctors have said that I may need to get the spetum removed. I am still waiting to see the gynecologist for more details. I have been enjoying reading the posts on this website.

Post a Comment


Oops, you forgot something.


The words you entered did not match the given text. Please try again.

You must be a member to comment on this page. Sign In or Register


Reply MEO
8:41 AM on June 21, 2013 
Sometimes I think it is a hit or miss kind of thing. Unlike most women when you have this condition you really can not use an ovulation test because it does not tell you which side you are ovulating on. If you think about it you only ovulate from one ovary at a time that part does not change. Removing your septum would increase your chances of getting the side you are ovulating on. Otherwise it is just a game of trying and hopeing you are ovulating on the side that is most dominate in your sexual activities. I can only have sex on my right side cause the left opening is much smaller so I carried both my children on the right and as for the left I am technically still a virgin. The problem I would have is that with my left side being so much smaller there would be more chance of a miscarriage if I were to concieve on that side. So for me removing the septum could cause more devastation than happiness when having children. Just make sure you find a high risk doctor who is willing to watch more closely because you will be more prone to complications than if you only had one Uteris.
Reply Nell
7:34 AM on May 30, 2013 
Hi there, as far as I am aware there is no reason to have your septum removed unless you are unable to get pregnant in the 'default' side. Before having mine removed I could only have fallen pregnant in my right side and my fallopian tubes were scarred so they said is was virtually impossible. After removing my septum I became pregnant in my left side and had a baby girl in Summer 2002. I then went on to have another 2 children who were both conceived in the right side.

The surgery was not complicated and was not painful either if that bit of information helps.. If your womb is heart shaped you are likely to have a breech baby and end up with a C-section so the removing of the septum is unnecessary for that reason.

Here is you have any questions so feel free to ask away xxx