If the MRI was BEFORE the hysterscopy, then you should probably get another. I don't think a hysterscopy would change the shape, but you never know! Those are very different things. One is "half a uterus" and the other is a mild form of a "heart-shaped" uterus.
The MRI was before the hysterscopy. I thought that the only proven ways to determine the shape of a uterus was via laprascopy or hysterosalpingogram. What can a hysterscopy reveal, other than fibroids, polyps or adhesions? Should I ask for a laprascopy or hysterosalpingogram next? Thoughts, and thanks for the reply!
I would go by the most reliable source because those are definitely two different shaped uteruses. I am actually not familiar with those procedures at all so I would ask your doctor which one would best determine uterine shape. I believe it is possible to conceive and carry to term with either shape but you'd have different complications to contend with.