bicornuate
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WDTP - November 9

Hi Doctor, t

I'd appreciate it if you could consider my two-fold question below:

1. An ultrasound on my fourth (unsuccessful) cycle has identified that I have bicornuate uterus, I understand it carries extra risk of miscarriage but does it also impede implantation or does it require a different approach to implantation? How aware of this should my doctor be during the transfer?

Many thanks

 

B. Jacobs, M. D. - November 9

Actually, a bicornuate uterus does not significantly increase risk of miscarriage or potential for implantation. It can increase the risk of premature labor and abnormal presentation in labor. You may require a C-section.
Good luck.

 

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