I had been diagnosed with a bicornate uterus, but just began seeing a specialist and she seems to think that it is septated instead. She said this would be better because I can have surgery to correct it. Had anyone else had experience with this? I'm feeling very discouraged because, at this point, it seems that either way it will be awhile until I can conceive. I go for a pelvic MRI this week - does anyone know what that involves?
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