Thankyou Sam37, I think I will keep trying in the mean time as I have carried two babies to term so I can do that
This is where the inside of the uterus is divided by a muscular or fibrous wall, called the septum. The septum may extend only part way into the uterus (partial septate uterus) or it may reach as far as the cervix (complete septate uterus). Partial septates, affecting about 33 per cent of women with abnormalities, are more common than complete septates.
Read more: http://www.babycenter.com.au/pregnancy/complications/uterusabnormal/#ixzz1jBlElDYy
Wow - that does sound tricky. Did you have this always?
I've just returned from seeing my gyno who has given me much reassurance that my two mc's were most likely natures way of ending something that wasn't quite right. Things tend to go wrong a bit more often as we get older. And having pregnancies close together also makes things a bit riskier apparently. As I've already had two healthy pregnancies, chances are I'll be able to do it again. She's suggested I wait two cycles before trying again. I think I'll do just that. I've got plenty to keep me busy over the next few months with my eldest starting preschool, and I'm starting my Masters. And its my little ones birthday tomorrow so I best get in the kitchen now and start baking a cake!!! Basically I just need to chill out and let nature take its course I think. XXXX