Oooh how fun!! Let’s talk about uterus shapes. This is the “normal” shape to a uterus:
Sometimes, there’s a thin piece of tissue that goes straight down the middle, like this:
That’s a septum. Sometimes the whole uterus is separated into two sides:
That’s called a bicornate uterus.
There’s also a uni-cornate uterus (I’m sure you can guess, just the one side):
And then didelphys is two entirely separate uteruses:
There are a bunch of other cool shapes and variations - and they’re super fun to learn about.
However, they all have different affects on the owner’s fertility, so I can’t quite say how it’ll affect you without knowing more. It is true that some variations of a uterine septum can cause an increase in miscarriage, so it would be a good idea to check in with your midwife/doctor when deciding to become pregnant so that you can discuss whether it would be a good idea to have it removed or not.
Find more information here and here.