Today I had my hystersonogram with Dr. O. From what I gather, it is to just make sure you don't have any uterine abnormalities. Simple, matter of fact, protocol. But of course, it wasn't.
Turns out I have a uterine septum, or else a bicornuated uterus. In both, your uterus has a wall, in essence making "two uteruses" (or two horns). With the uterine septum, you are at high risk for miscarriages (including second trimester losses), and with the bicornuated uterus, you are more likely to have pre-term labor, along with a host of other things. The uterine septum can be fixed with surgery, and the bicornuate uterus cannot. I have to have an mri next week to figure out which one it is, and then we will move forward from there.
I am leaning towards thinking it is the septum, because original Dr. D said I had one at my laproscopy. However, he also said he fixed it. Google is inconclusive as to whether the septums can grow back. So now I am left wondering, if they can't, what the heck did he do at the surgery in 2009?
Of course, the kicker is, neither of these actually explain why I can't get pregnant. They are just another added bonus complication along the way.