If you're pregnant and have a double uterus, your risk of pregnancy complications may be higher due to the smaller size of your uterine cavity. This factor may lead to early delivery, often by C-section. Share any concerns you may have about childbirth with your doctor because he or she may suggest ways to help prevent preterm delivery or manage labour.
Symptoms: Possible signs and symptoms may include: Unusual pressure or cramping pain before or during a menstrual period Abnormal bleeding during a period, such as blood flow despite the use of a tampon Treatment: If you have a double uterus but you don't have signs or symptoms, treatment is rarely needed. Surgery to unite a double uterus is rarely done ? although surgery may help you sustain a pregnancy if you have a partial division within your uterus and no other medical explanation for a previous pregnancy loss.
Pathophysiology: Many researches failed to give a conclusion for the cause and pathology of double uterus. This condition may be associated with kidney abnormalities, which suggests that something may influence the development of these related structures before birth. Each cavity in a double uterus often leads to its own cervix. Some women with a double uterus also have a duplicate or divided vagina.