You Can Get Pregnant Over 40 Naturally

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Monday, November 08, 2010


Arcuate Uterus Could Cause Pregnancy Complications Depending On Severity

An arcuate uterus is pictured below, it bows in and in extreme cases, it can cause pregnancy complications like premature labor.
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 I actually had a slight arcuate uterus, but I was told it was so minimal that it would not cause problems. My fertility doctor at the time said, "If I could wish it away, I would, but otherwise, there's nothing we should do about it.   Obviously, it wasn't a problem in my pregnancy because I carried my daughter to term.

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Many times, an arcuate uterus is a coincidental finding, it isn't severe and hasn't caused no problems in the past.  Depending where the pregnancy attaches in the uterus, and the severity of the arcuate uterus, it could cause premature labor if there isn't enough space for the baby to grow.  This article talks more about uterine abnomalities and possible pregnancy complications:
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