How do you fix a bicornuate uterus?
In most cases, this condition does not need to be surgically treated.
A bicornuate uterus may be surgically treated through a surgery called metroplasty. But, this procedure is controversial and only performed in specific circumstances. The shape of the uterus will be corrected to the preferred upside-down pear shape. This surgery can be done laparoscopically, a minimally invasive surgery that does not require a large incision. The surgery involves removing the tissue that is causing the indentation or heart-shape appearance.
People should wait at least three months to try to conceive after having a metroplasty. This is due to the increased risk for uterine rupture during labor.