UTERUS DIDELPHYS HELP

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Alison


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7 Comments

Reply alyssa
10:34 AM on December 16, 2009 
Is it possible to have yer baby naturally if you have ud? Hmmm.
Reply Joanna
3:43 AM on August 9, 2009 
Hey Alison - its so amazing to find a kiwi with the same conditon. Unlike you I actually have 3 kidneys - a duplex kidney on the right and a single on the left. I saw on your profile that it took you quite some time to conceive - my husband and I are trying to conceive now (well for the past 18 months) and like Sarah I was wondering whether you were able to conceive naturally?
Reply Sarah
6:18 PM on August 4, 2009 
Well thank you for sharing your story with me, and congratulations on your daughter! I am actually going to see the doctor who told me it would be hard to conceive to see what I can do, because it was actually about 9 years ago. I will most likely have to do IVF, but before I do that I'm guess I'll take your advice and do acupuncture, and hopefully it will work for me too :)
Good luck with the IVF!
Reply Sarah
9:15 PM on August 3, 2009 
Hi Alison.
I just read your post on the guestbook, and just wanted to ask you a question because I think my situation is the same as yours. I was wondering if you conceived naturally, or if you had any help from doctors because I've been ttc for a year and half now with no luck :(
Reply rhughes@its.jnj.com
7:08 PM on July 31, 2009 
Yes, strangley comforting. I can laugh now only because it has all worked out ok in relation to having children. Was very stressful before that so I really appreciate & feel for what some of the ladies are going through. My only concern now if the q that I posted re:pap smears. Do you have both done. One of my cervix is a bit tricky to get into (without sedation) Renee
Reply rhughes@its.jnj.com
9:53 AM on July 31, 2009 
Hi Alison, when I read through some of the posts in Guestbook, your freaked me out a bit because your story was so close to mine! I found out exactly same way (although faster) when I started my periods, one didnt have a proper opening & I had to have surgery. I also have one kidney & had a lop sided baby belly. Renee
Reply Cat
7:51 PM on July 24, 2009 
Hi Alison, welcome to the site and thank you for joining :)
I'm sorry I haven't been in contact earlier, I've been separated from the internet by a few countries haha.
Thank you for sharing your experiences with UD with us all, really interesting and I admire you for what you've been through.
I'd love to talk to you some more about everything, so please stay in touch.
Also, about the kidney thing, I've had to go through a couple of scans as precautions due to all sorts of uterine 'abnormalities' being related, but I seem to be okay in that aspect, but a member of my family only has the one, so it would be interesting to talk to you about that if that's okay?
But yes, hopefully talk soon!
Best wishes and thank you again,
Phoebe Xx