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Diagnosed with bicornuate uterus by color doppler scan. Will I be able to conceive?

Hi, I am married since 1 year. I am diagnosed with bicornuate uterus (with single cervix ) by color doppler scan by the gynecologist? I have not get conceived yet. Is there any difficulties to get conceive with bicornuate uterus? What will I do to get conceive? What are the treatment plans available to treat this?
Asked On : Wed, 27 Feb 2013
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Hi! A bicornuate uterus may be an incidental finding alone, and may or may not have an impact on fertility, though the chance of miscarriage can be increased. You should get your tubal patency test done to check if both the horns are communicating and open. No surgery should be done for a bicornuate uterus unless there is a history of recurrent miscarriage or there is some other strong clinical indication for surgery.
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