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11 Aug 2008

Two wombs n cant get pregnant
hii 29yrs in 2005 i was ready to start family i went to a doctor for checkup to see if everything was fine before getting pregnant i was told that i' ve got two wombs 1 fallopean tube in each womb,the doctor also mentioned that he was happy about the way i produce eggs he also said i' ve got a cyst of which he removed it.he said i can fall pregnat but it is more likely that i will get miscarage because of these 2 wombs, i have never used contraceptives like pills or injection in my life,i' ve been trying to fall pregnant since 2005 april till now nothing has happened im

i woul like to know what are my chances of falling pregnant with this kind of a problem ,are the any procedures that can be done so that i can fall pregnant. please help with advises im scared and im not getting any younger
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01 Jan 0001

Having two wombs does not usually stop you from falling pregnant. It may be that there is another problem. I would suggest that you see a fertility expert.

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