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Always more bad news!

I'm so sad! I got the MRI test results back and I suppose I shouldn't be too surprised. I have a partial septate uterus. The radiologist report she printed me has a ton of large words and doctor language that I don't understand. But my doctor described it as having two horns in my uterus. She thinks maybe both tubes aren't in fact closed but that the cathetar that was used to inject the dye in the HSG went on one side of the septate and therefore only filled up one side. But that means the septate comes down pretty far.

Who woulda thought TTC would be this hard?

I spent years and years trying to be careful to prevent pregnancy and now I can't even get pregnant!
Funny how that works...
My first entry and I'll lay our the details of my journey so far:

When I was 19 I had severe period cramps and struggled with lots of pain. They suspected endemetriosis. I had an ultrasound done when and they determined it looked as if I had a partial septate uterus, but they wouldn't fully examine the extent of it until I was looking to have kids. I also have Rh- blood, which isn't a factor in getting pregnant only staying pregnant I'm told.