Hello everyone! Tomorrow I will be 6 weeks along. This is my third pregnancy as the first two resulted in MC. It's been a long road... the first one happened so quickly I didn't get the chance to even go to the dr and the second my insurance was messed up and by the time I did get to go, I had already passed everything so did not have documentation of either to see where they went wrong. Upon going to the dr after the second one they found a 7cm cyst on one of my ovaries I had laparoscopically removed in June when they also found a speck of endometriosis (wonderful) and due to that my dr told me I may be at a greater risk of tubal pregnancy (anything else??). Well, due to the combination of my history and I had a little little pink spotting a couple times earlier this week the dr did an u/s Mon (just showed "fluffy" good endometrium in uterus) and another u/s Thursday that showed our little bean and heartbeat in the right place (YAY). During that u/s the tech said to me "Has anyone ever told you you have a bicornuated uterus?" I said no and of course went home and Googled it... Bad decision. Everything about it sounds terrible like high risk of MC and deformities d/t lack of space, preterm labor etc ugh! I can't get a break. I'm wondering if anyone else has this or has heard of it? I'm not sure of the extent of mine, but I would've thought with all the u/s and the cyst removal surgery someone would've mentioned this to me sooner. The u/s tech didn't sound concerned, she just mentioned it and said "it's a normal variance of the uterus" but after researching, it seems like it could be pretty serious. I suppose there's not much I can do about it now, just hope everything is ok this time around. I'm having a hard time being excited for this bc of our history. DH is very supportive and just keeps telling me to stay positive which, of course, is easier said than done when you're constantly a nervous wreck. I know what will be will be, but I don't know if I could go through that terrible situation again. It just seems like every time there worse news or something else to worry about.