As I understand it individuals with uterus didelphys often have one uterus that is larger than the other (the dominant uterus). It might be a good idea to determine if one of yours is larger than the other and then talk about implanting the sperm into the dominant uterus to minimize the chance of miscarriage or premature labor. Another practice I’ve heard of is once you become pregnant they can sew the cervix shut for the same reasons, but the idea of that makes me a little uneasy. Thirdly I have heard that vaginal delivery is safer for both the mother and baby with the removal of the vaginal septum. This is done surgically before becoming pregnant.