First time pregnancy and I am now 29 weeks pregnant with twin girls, I do have a septated uterus. The septated wall runs the entire length of my uterus and I have a baby in each side. The Dr says they are growing fine and every thing looks as good as we could be asking for. I have been on bed rest since 20 weeks but that was because of a slip and fall on the ice which caused me to bleed daily until I went on bed rest. Scary. My Dr's have never seen this exact situation, including the maternal fetal medicine specialist, nurses or ultra sound techs. I am wondering if any one out there has had this same situation and has tried vaginal delivery? Every thing I read about septated uteruses is about singletons or double cervix or other interesting situations. I have been recommended c section and I have been just fine with that until recently I have been feeling like I want a vaginal delivery, and it helps push the fluid from their lungs during vaginal. Mainly which ever is easiest on the babies and I would prefer a fast recovery time so I am able to take care of them right away.
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