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Pregnant. Have Have Bicornuate or Septate ueterus. What to do? - Online Doctor Chats

Date : 30-May-2013
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User:Hi Dr.
User:I have little concern
Doctor:Ok I will take care
User:relate to pregnancy
Doctor:Pl go ahead
User:I have a ? Bicornuate or Septate utrus
User:We were trying to conceive from more than 1 year, but no success
User:then we decided to try IUI
User:My last LMP was May 5th
User:On May 17th we did IUI
User:Then two weeks later i went for HCG
User:which came out as possitive, level was 296
User:then doc called for 1st scan on XXXXXXX 9th.. all was well GS was 6.68mm
User:i had conceived in my left Horn of utrus
User:then doc called for 2nd scan for heartbeat check on 23 XXXXXXX
User:but unfortunately she couldnt find.. rest was ok.. my G. sac was 1.71 cm
User:and yolk sac is reguler... on 23rd i was suppose to be 7 weeks
User:but according to scan i show as 6 weeks +
User:she has called again tomoro to reconfirm
User:i am worried .. i have no bleeding.. or spotting
User:or any other pain
User:i am really wondering what could be the reason
Doctor:I think there is no reason to worry
Doctor:THe findings on Ultrasound scan are not consistent with the original dates as the dates progress
Doctor:The first scan will most approximate with the Expected date of delivery
Doctor:the later scans would go plus or minus few days
Doctor:As you go into next trimester it would go plus or minus a week
User:oh ok.. so you mean there is still chance she may get to see the heart beat?
Doctor:so heart beat is important
Doctor:Let us just wait for tomorrow scan
User:oh ok
Doctor:nothing about the dates
User:oh ok
Doctor:Do not worry
Doctor:Just stay cool
Doctor:Did you follow?
User:yes got it
User:but some how in my mind i am little nervous as in what if?
Doctor:Nervousness will not help you
User:she is also saying that if there in no hart beat then we have to remove... but i am thinking that i should wait for another week or so
Doctor:If there is no heart beat there is no point in extending
User:i understand Dr. I will try not to get
Doctor:Keep fingers crossed and just relaxed
User:ok sure
User:Thanks for your support !
Doctor:Thank you
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