Question:What if i have a bicornuate uterus? Is there anything to worry?
Answer: When you have bicornuate uterus you may be at risk of preterm birth. So you need to be monitored frequently for the length of the cervix . If there is progressive shortening you may require a cervical stitch to close the mouth of the uterus and it will be removed at 37weeks of pregnancy. If the cervical length is good you are unlikely to have any complications
Question:Hai doctor...i have bicornuate uterus...if any problem is that... please reply
Answer: Hello dear. A bicornuate womb is heart-shaped. Women with a bicornuate womb have no extra difficulties with conception or in early pregnancy, but there is a slightly higher risk of miscarriage and preterm birth. It can also affect the way the baby lies in later pregnancy so a caesarean birth might be recommended. Hope it helps.