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bicornuate uterus + breech [email protected] wks = C section

Got the word today my LO doesn't have room to turn now, so they're scheduling me for a C-section at 39 wks, unless I go into labor before then which is likely. Just waiting to hear back on an exact date/time for the CS. This is my first pregnancy and I must say although I'm nervous about the recovery, I am relieved that I know what to expect now. Just crossing my fingers he stays put until 39 wks!  

Re: bicornuate uterus + breech [email protected] wks = C section

  • Good luck. I will have to be induced at 39 weeks if lo doesn't come before that... at least it's nice to have an specific end point.
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  • I too have a bicornuate uterus and my first DD was breech.  I had my c-sectionat 39 weeks and the recovery was not bad at all.  It is nice  to have a date and be  prepared.
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  • Good Luck! It is good to be able to plan and prepare. The recovery isnt bad. Just remember to take your meds every 4 hours as instructed. :)
    I would forget to take my meds and the pain would remind me. LOL!
  • imageShann50952:
    I too have a bicornuate uterus and my first DD was breech.  I had my c-sectionat 39 weeks and the recovery was not bad at all.  It is nice  to have a date and be  prepared.

    Thank you for posting this! It's great to hear you made it that long and the recovery was not bad.

     Thanks ladies!

  • I have a bicornuate ute as well, and my DD was breech but she decided to come at 36 weeks. I had a c-section and the recovery was not bad at all. I had my DD on a Friday was home the following Wednesday (just because DD had a small issue) and was up and moving around by the following Saturday.
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  • imagewanttobeamom:
    I have a bicornuate ute as well, and my DD was breech but she decided to come at 36 weeks. I had a c-section and the recovery was not bad at all. I had my DD on a Friday was home the following Wednesday (just because DD had a small issue) and was up and moving around by the following Saturday.

    Wow, that's awesome! Yeah, the docs don't think I'll make it to 39 wks, but I am wondering at this point if they would stop labor if LO decides to come out before 36 wks? I mean, if there is no more room, couldn't it be detrimental to keep him in there?  

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    imagewanttobeamom:
    I have a bicornuate ute as well, and my DD was breech but she decided to come at 36 weeks. I had a c-section and the recovery was not bad at all. I had my DD on a Friday was home the following Wednesday (just because DD had a small issue) and was up and moving around by the following Saturday.

    Wow, that's awesome! Yeah, the docs don't think I'll make it to 39 wks, but I am wondering at this point if they would stop labor if LO decides to come out before 36 wks? I mean, if there is no more room, couldn't it be detrimental to keep him in there?  

     My doctor's said that as soon as I hit 35 weeks they would no longer stop labor. I went into labor at 34 weeks 3 days and they still stopped labor I was in L&D over night but back a week later!

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