The Effect Of The Uterine Surgery With Pregnancy?
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Abnormalities of the shape of the uterus cause disruption of the natural fertilization process that results in secondary infertility. Generally, uterine abnormalities result in an increased risk of spontaneous miscarriage, premature labor, cesarean section due to breech presentation, and reduced live birth rates compared to normal pregnancies.
Uterine didelphys or double uterus have a 45% chance of full term delivery. Certain procedures may be carried out to increase ferlititas, reduce the possibility of prematurity, and improve quality of life.
Improvement through surgical removal of the uterine dyselphys called metroplasty cannot always be recommended. Metroplasty becomes the last option after various other efforts have been made but did not give satisfactory results. There is research that states that through metroplasty in women who have abnormal uterus with a history of recurrent abortion and infertility, it can improve outcomes in pregnancy after these actions, but other literature about it is still very limited and rarely performed.
We recommend that you consult the option of reuniting the uterus surgery in the case of uterus contact with obstetricians to find out more about the benefits and disadvantages.
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