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5/22/07 9:41 P

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i just had a little guy in december and when i was first pg with him my dr made a silly comment about having a small uterus, the only reason i remember is because i wise cracked back that it was the only small thing i had!! who knew!

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5/22/07 2:38 A

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hmmm, as far as I know, mine is a normal size.. I hope u get the info ur looking for on here

One day, not only will my PRINCE grow up, ... he will learn to change the empty toliet paper roll...... Hey, I can dream cant I? God Bless


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5/22/07 1:35 A

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K this might seem a strange question, but I'm curious to have feedback from others with PCOS in this regards.

The PCOS specialist team in my city did a study a while back on the size of ones uterus, and how it might or might not effect women with PCOS. I don't remember all the info from the study, only that the closer to the high end you where the better chances one had of not being infertile.

Now mine I have just leaned is only 2.5 inches and underdeveloped, according to the ultrasound scans I have been preggers twice (and thanks the lady my body naturally aborted the things) but lost the things do to my uterus size and the fact its underdeveloped (not a fit environment for anything to grow in thankfully).

Anyhow I am just wondering if there are other women out there with PCOS who also have small uterus's .. I know the average size is apparently 3 to 4 inches before it can get streched up to about 12 inches.

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