In the end, only a gynecologist would be able to answer that question based on an individual's specific medical history and info. However, there's a good chance that if they could, there would be a greater risk of losing the pregnancy or developing complications.
Yes, but there may be increased risks of complications due to uterus shape or size, including a higher risk of late miscarriage. It's best to have scan's / tests done by a Gynocologist and / or monitoring by a Fertility Clinic.
If there is only half of a Uterus due to Scar Tissue - there are minor operations you can have before trying to conceive to remove this scaring, followed up by fertility medications to increase the lining of the womb (making it easier for an embryo to implant).
I wrote a hub with information all about Uterine Malformations.
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