Desperately Need Advice!January 7 2006 at 3:47 PM
|Renata (Login doglvr)|
Hey everyone. I posted yesterday on the over 40 w/high fsh board for support with this (I got some nice "cyber hugs"). Thought maybe someone here could help. I thought my only issue was high FSH and age (40) but the HSG showed that I have a small, t-shaped uterus. They're concerned that if I do manage to conceive I'm more likely to have a cornual pregnancy (a type of ectopic) and/or miscarry. The m/c rate is already high over 40, so this news was very alarming. This shape can also lead to premature labor. Having an MRI Monday so they can see the uterus more closely. But assuming the HSG findings are correct, it just seems like one hell of a huge health risk to even try to get pregnant. Thanks in advance!
- Hi Renata. I am so sorry to hear about this.. - Jadu on Jan 7, 4:43 PM
- Note to Jadu - Renata on Jan 7, 6:34 PM
- Wow, Renata -- this is a very difficult problem . . . - MichelleL on Jan 7, 11:30 PM