Following treatment for Asherman's Syndrome, the resumption of normal cycles is generally high ranging from 45-50%.
The pregnancy rate is around 30-40%, but the term birth rate is usually about 30-40%. Ashermans’ syndrome is a difficult condition to treat with good results.
What are the obstetrical complications of pregnancy with Asherman's Syndrome?
The most frequent complications include abnormal placental development. Due to the compromise of the cavity, the placental attachment may take place in an abnormal area and result in excessive bleeding. (Placenta previa, placenta accreta).
It is imperative to find an experienced surgeon who specializes in these operative procedures. If however, after repeated (2-3) operations, the cavity is not restored, it is unlikely to result in a favorable outcome. At this point, it is wiser to consider options such as using a gestational carrier, to avoid both the trauma of repeated surgeries, as well as the possible obstetrical complications.
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