Published: 2021-10-27

Pregnancy outcome in a bicornuate uterus with bilateral pregnancy presenting as threatened abortion: a case report

Tanaya Acharyya, Bandana Shyam Gohain, Kripanath Morang


Congenital uterine anomalies or mullerian anomalies are prevalent in 0.4 to 10% of women in general and are often manifested by reproductive challenges like miscarriage, premature labor, premature rupture of membranes or malpresentation. Having a bilateral pregnancy in a bicornuate uterus is extremely rare, especially if it is a spontaneous conception.


Bicornuate uterus, Congenital uterine malformation, Threatened abortion

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