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4507768 tn?1355730921

cornual and intrauterine pregnancy

I am 28 yrs old and i'm 9 weeks and 4 days pregnant of triplets but the other one is cornual are there any chances of  surviving?
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13167 tn?1327197724
aikee,  this is really  a difficult situation.  I'm so sorry you're going through this.  

Do you have access to surgery?  What does your doctor say?
4507768 tn?1355730921
my next appt in my ob is on tuesday... i hope they can survive
13167 tn?1327197724
Prayers for you,  aikee.  I hope you keep us updated.

You need to consider your own safety and health,  here.  
134578 tn?1546634665
When I did IVF, my doctor told me that if it resulted in triplets, he would recommend a "reduction," meaning that in the early stages it is possible to remove one embryo without harming the remaining embryos.  He said he would recommend a particular specialist in a different city, not anyone local, so apparently this is very delicate work.  However, this is not a complete answer because a cornual pregnancy is a very serious problem in itself.  I'm kind of surprised they are waiting until Tuesday to have a further discussion with you, unless the embryo is not implanted so high as to be of immediate threat to you.  I would ask to see the high-risk ob-gyn right away.  If one is cornual, it might cause you to lose all three or yourself, but if the one can be removed, it *might* be possible to save the other two.  I know this is a sad choice, but you are at risk too, so you really must take your doctor's advice.  Please ask your ob-gyn for a referral to a high-risk ob-gyn if he does not suggest it, and if a reduction is suggested, ask the high-risk doctor to refer you to the surgeon who is the best in the region for doing that kind of procedure.

Good luck, sweetheart.
4507768 tn?1355730921
thanks... but i can't feel any pain...  hope they all can survive or the other remaining baby's can.
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