Trachelectomy with pre-existing pregnancy risks?


I'll try to keep this short and to the point. 

I'm 31, no children and have been offered a radical trachelectomy. 

 However, I have a bicornuate ( basically 2 small uteruses separated by a septum rather then 1). This makes me a high risk pregnancy. A trachelectomy will also make me a high risk pregnancy. I would be high risk for miscarriages and pre term births. I also have stage 4 endometriosis. That affects my ability to get pregnant naturally, but not the pregnancy itself. 

I'm considering just going through with a radical hysterectomy because I don't feel like I have much fertility to preserve in the first place. It just comes down to a personal decision and I'm prepared for either.

Has anybody out there been in a similar position? Any advice or similar experiences would be appreciated.


Thank you very much

Hi Tobes88,

I know you posted this a while ago but wanted to leave a response. I guess your situation is quite unique so I can see why you haven't had a reply yet. I wondered what you decided in the end?

I hope everything is going well for you.