My husband and I have had 2 1/2 years of infertility. We have no living children. In those 2 1/2 years, we have actually somehow gotten pregnant twice but both ended in miscarriage at 10 weeks. We actually just had a miscarriage last night, knowing since Wednesday that it was going to happen. I have had enormous amounts of previous fertility testing but never an MRI because this is not a common test for fertility. However, during this particular pregnancy, during a very early ultrasound, the doctor discovered I have a bicornuate uterus. Does anyone else have one? Has anyone known of someone who had a successful pregnancy with one? Has anyone out there had a successful pregnancy themselves with one? Obviously we are currently in a huge state of grief and heartbreak. But, we want to know if we should even keep trying for a biological child. I am almost 40. Our plan at this point is to keep having testing but also start the adoption process at the same time. If anyone has any info on the bicornuate uterus, I would appreciate it tremendously. Thanks.
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