The report says everything is normal, heartbeat still on target for that gestational age. The only anomaly noted was my uterus, but baby didn't implant in the septum, so I'm not worried about it.
BUT one thing came up in my visit, that I thought was rather significant and I'm wondering why nobody told me this: Apparently, having a bicornuate uterus can make your contractions less coordinated and weaker, which would totally explain my slow moving labour. You would think at some point that would have come up either DURING my labour or afterwards. I had a c-section- my uterus was at one point outside of my body, and nobody seemed to notice that little anomaly?
So glad to have a midwife this time around.
On the topic of which, I had the WORST dream last night. I was at my initial visit, and filling out a bunch of intake forms, and she looked them over, and told all the other girls "Congratulations, welcome to my practice:, and then she turned to me and said "I'm sorry Vyky. but you just have too many risk factors, I'm afraid I have to transfer your care". Worst. Worst ever. That doesn't happen in real life, right?
I feel good. All of the things that had been eating at me have been all cleared up.