International Clinical and Medical Case Reports Journal (ISSN: 2832-5788) | Volume 1, Issue 13 | Case Report | Open Access

Anteroposterior Vaginal Septum and Infertility: A Case Report

Jyotsna Potdar*

Department of Obstetrics and Gynaecology, JNMC Sawangi Wardha, India

*Correspondence to: Jyotsna Potdar 

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Introduction: Mullerian and urogenital sinus abnormalities account for 3.5% as reason in women who have problems getting pregnant.[1] It is very important to examine a lady, unable to have a baby so as not to miss such abnormality. Aim: Birth defects of genital organs can prevent a lady from getting pregnant. This case highlights this, as it was diagnosed at the age of forty. Inability to diagnose it early leads to delayed treatment. Material and Methods: Lady with difficulty in getting pregnant reported to Obstetrics and Gynecology out-patient department. She was worked up to find out that an antero-posterior septum preventing her from getting pregnant by effectively blocking cervical opening to semen. Results: Septum was successfully removed by surgery after confirming no bladder or rectal involvement. Conclusion- Congenital defects are very obvious and treatable causes of infertility. They should be specially looked for and treated.


Septum; Infertility; Urogenital sinus; Mullerian ducts; Vagina; Congenital


Jyotsna Potdar, Neema Acharya, Sandhya Pajai, Swati Dahiphale.Anteroposterior Vaginal Septum and Infertility: A Case Report.Int Clinc Med Case Rep Jour. 2022;1(13):1-14.