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Had colposcopy, had bicorniate uterus, tilted cervix.. Am I going through menopause?

I am 43 have a nigh 25yr old son. Had colposcopy 11yrs ago, since told I had a bicorniate uterus.....then tilted cervix . Always had 2 smear tests on a single occasion, bar this last time as a gynae doctor said it was not needed. since this I haven t had a period for two months and unusual for me. Told years ago I couldn t have children (even though I have one) Do u think I may be going through menopause as told I can t have children??????
Asked On : Mon, 4 Mar 2013
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you have undergone colposcopy, and you have bi cornuate uterus..
you are very lucky to have child with this anamoly..
you are 43 now and didnot get periods for 2 years, probably you have attained menopause then..
chances of conception now is very remote/no chance at all..
Answered: Sun, 25 Aug 2013
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