Ms. Wang has been in the hospital for a long time because she has a long period of time. She went to the hospital for examination and found that she had two uterus.
Last year, Ms. Wang, 25, often had a monthly menstrual period of more than 10 days, and repeated inflammation. Therefore, she went to the hospital to use Chinese medicine for conditioning. I did not expect that after the examination, she found that she had two uterus.
Ms. Wang: There is a lot of menstrual flow. Each time it comes to eleven or two days, it is not normal until high school. (Go to the hospital to see it) said that my hematopoietic system is better, and some hemostatic medicine was prescribed without examination.
Because of the deformed deformed of the congenital reproductive tract, Lingling has two uterus, and the inflammation of Lingling’s repeated attack is also related to the two uterus.
Does the twin uterus affect pregnancy?
If the twin uterus develops well, it will not affect normal pregnancy.
If there is only one uterus developing well, it depends on the fertilized eggs in bed. On the uterine wall where the fertilized eggs are not well developed, the normal development of the embryo will be affected, which may cause abortion or premature birth.It is on the uterine wall with a good development, and it will not affect the embryo.
Women’s uterine development is not normal. It may be that the endometrium is relatively thin or the uterine muscle layer is thin. It is prone to miscarriage. In the late pregnancy, there will be abnormal fetal position, or the uterine contraction is not very strong during delivery.Anti -contraction is weak.
In addition to the twin uterus, the reproductive tract deformity is also:
Female reproductive tract deformities also include hymen -locking, vaginal atresia, vaginal cross -section, vaginal oblique syndrome, and uterine dysplasia, single -angle uterus, twin uterus, mediastinal uterus, saddle uterus, and fallopian tube development.Due to the concealment of anatomy, many female reproductive tract malformations are not easily discovered by the patient itself or others, often becoming invisible in the heart of patients.
How is the female reproductive tract deformity produced?
In simple terms, in the process of formation and differentiation of the female reproductive tract, if it is affected by certain endogenous factors (such as genes or chromosomal abnormalities, etc.) or exogenous factors (such as useful hormone drugs), the differentiation of the primitive glands,Development, internal genitals, cavity and development of pipelines, and derivation of external genitals can change, resulting in various women’s internal and external genital malformations.