See a reproductive endocrinologist ("fertility specialist"), first of all. You want to check to confirm the diagnosis. I would not accept this diagnosis just from one ultrasound, I would insist on an MRI of the uterus, and talk with the specialist.
If the diagnosis is confirmed, discuss with the reproductive endocrinologist the possibility of using a gestational carrier ("surrogate mother") to carry your baby. A baby can be created using your eggs and your husband's sperm, the gestational carrier can carry the baby in her womb, and then the baby would be yours when it is born. I know that would not be your favorite answer to this dilemma, but if the first doctor is right about your uterus, that is about all you can do. At least the baby would be biologically yours.
It is not like IVF and gestational carriers are cheap, so get on this right away to find out a) if it is true and b) the costs. If you're needing to go the gestational carrier route, you and your husband will need to do some planning, maybe both take a second job for a while, so you will have the money to do this.
Thanks for the response eventhough i know its quite late to response. It enlighten me on the things that i should do first. Im miserable these days because of this problem. I am collecting all the courage to have my second opinion. I'll get back to you when i had my second opinion. Thanks again.