Successful Pregnancy Outcome in Uterus Didelphys: A Rare Case Report
Didelphys uterus is a mullerian duct anomaly that is extremely rare and has unpredictable reproductive and gestational effects. Common genital tract congenital defects in women can have a wide range of implications. While some mullerian anomalies are easy to spot, others manifest in odd ways that make diagnosis and treatment difficult. For a thorough grasp of the pathophysiology and clinical characteristics of congenital defects, one should have a solid foundation in fundamental embryology. Uterus didelphys make up 8% of all congenital problems affecting the female reproductive system. About 0.3% of the population is affected. 2.1% of the population of women with a history of infertility and abortion experience this more frequently. This is a case report of a 19 years primigravida mother with uterine didelphys with the outcome being successful delivery with a live female via caesarian section at 32 weeks of gestation.
Keywords: Didelphys uterus; Mullerian duct anomaly; Successful pregnancy.
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