Hi Stripy Socks!
I have been looking for someone like you!! I am 24 and I am 6 months pregnant with my first baby. Sex has always been different for me. I look back and I wonder why I have such a hard time acheiving orgasm vaginally and why I bleed through the largest tampons available. I also get yeast infections quite frequently and when I use Monistat it doesn't work the first time. I have had annual pap smears since I was 16 and nobody ever discovered the septum and 2 cervices until I got pregnant and my mid-wife found it.
I don't know how old you are, but I was terrrrrrified when I learned this info about my lady parts. Although it answers some questions for me, it scares me to think about what lies ahead in regards to taking care of it. I am going to carry my baby to term and since my septum is thick, I do have to have a c section this time, but hopefully with my next baby I can have a vaginal delivery. I know you are scared! I was too! But after I got over the fact that it was there, and I know that my baby is growing normally, I just want to get the septum removed and get on with my (sex) life! I used to have sex all the time (well, average ya know
but now that I know the septum is there I can't concentrate on anything else. My fiance is very supportive because he was with me when we found out and saw how devastating it was to me. We had a very loving and healthy sex life before the news and now I never have sex with him and he understands. I am going to have the vaginal septum removed after I heal from pregnancy and my c section. And as soon as it's cleared up, I'm going to get pregnant again!
I'm sorry this is a lengthy message and maybe TMI on my part, but I wanted to share my story with someone who is going through the same thing. I hope my info has helped ease some of your worries and has given you courage to chin up and handle it. It's completely mortifying, in my opinion, that someone has to pay so much more attention to my vagina!!!! But it's how God made us and we have to deal with it and go on being strong women. Good luck, and let me know how it goes if you'd like!