Greetings all. This forum has been a blessing to me so I thought I would try for your advice. I am 45 and had a DE embryo transfer at Reprofit in the Czech Republic (my parnter's 37-year-old sperm) Nov. 20. Dec. 6 I had HCG of 1085, indicating possible twins. Very exciting! The same day I got that news, that night I started bleeding red with cramps and knew it was over -- instinct. Four days later my HCG was 200. Doc said I had to get an abortion, as is very common with miscarriage, because it wasn't all out. The operating doctor noted as a kind of afterthought that I had a uterine septum, and might want to get a 3D ultrasound to check it out. Had no idea what that meant until I got home and googled. Turns out there is a strong relation between the septum and miscarriage, although of course it probably depends on the degree of the septum. I was wondering why Reprofit didn't see this in my initial vaginal ultrasound with them? Is it hard to see in a regular ultrasound? Also, is there a topic forum this could be put on so a doctor could tell me how likely it is a septum could cause miscarriage that early? I thought it was usually a few weeks later, if it was the cause. I also would like to know how soon I can get that septum test after my abortion. Anyway, I think I felt more ok when this was a mystery. The idea that this could have been prevented sort of devastates me. I dont know if I have another 4,000 euro for reprofit, and I feel angry. I welcome your responses and also, I don't really understand this site's topics and posting systems so if there is a place where you can help me get responses from people who have gone through this as well as professionals I would be extremely grateful. Thank you!!!!!!!!!!