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Hi, Im Renee, a busy working mum with 2 beautiful healthy little boys (3 & 5)  I have UD, 1 V, 2 cervix & 2 uterus.  The left appears 'normal' but tuked away under the main cervix is another one that lead's to the left uterus which has in incompentent cervix.  Im 38 & found this out when I began menstrating around 12yrs.  It wasnt draining so needed surgery to allow it to drain.  I unfortunately, also feel pregnant in this one with my first pregnancy & miscarried @ 21wks.  It took us around 3-4yrs to concieve our first child, which was a high risk preg & a bit daunting.  My ob was keen for me to try a natural birth but nothing happen despite his attempts to induce me twice so I ended up having a c-section to a completely healthy big baby boy.  Which was amazing because we had always been told that he would be early, even very early & had a plan that if we could just make it to 28wks, then they would be able to keep him alive etc...Anyway, 8mths later when I reduced breast feeding to intro solid & my periods had just returned, we were suprised to find out that we were pregnant again with our 2nd.  Im not very religious but to me, that was a miracle! Just after all that we had been through to have our first (every test, clomid etc available)  Anyway, just wanted to share my positive story because I went through what some of you are experiencing & thought my experience my give you hope that it is very possible to have 2 absolutely amazing healthy babies out of UD.  For the record, I also have 1 kidney which I think is pretty common with UD.  Cheers Renee 

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Reply Alison
5:39 PM on August 1, 2009 
Renee, yes, that's something I have wondered about too. It is always akward for them to get a smear. I have to contort myself into funny positions! I think they only do the right one, which for me was the side with a normal cervix. I usually just get them done at my GP's. I should really ask about the other side, but GP's don't really know much about it. I was never really sure what was there, as there wasn't a cervix as such, and they had to create an opening. Definitely something worth finding out I think. Perhaps I should find myself a Gynaecologist. Is it your created one they have to do under sedation?
Reply Alison
7:02 PM on July 31, 2009 
Renee, it is really weird, but in a good way, to hear that there are others with the same situation! I have never known anyone else like me, and now find several! Great to be able to share info and experiences.
Reply Cat
9:16 PM on July 5, 2009 
Hi Renee :) Thank you ever so much for your lovely entry in the Guestbook and also for joining- lovely to hear from you. I think your 'story' and your experience could help and inspire a lot of people and I'm sure you could learn from and relate to other people here so please stay in touch! Hope to hear from you, and talk more, soon
Love, Phoebe Xx