Hazel Jones always wondered why she suffered from terrible cramps and heavy periods during puberty. However, it wasn't until she turned 18 that she was given her astonishing diagnosis; she has two vaginas. The blonde year-old woman from High Wycombe has the million-in-one condition called uterus didelphys, which means that she has two separate uteruses and cervixes. Hazel went to the doctor after her long-term boyfriend told her that she was "different" in the genital area.
Two real hermaphrodite! Vagina and Penis!
What it really means for a woman to have two vaginas
Hazel Jones, a year-old from High Wycombe, has a rare, but not unheard of condition called uterus didelphys, which is not easily diagnosed until a woman's sex organs develop as she enters puberty. Jones has a septum or dividing wall between her two vaginas, which occurred during her own development in the womb, say her doctors. The condition occurs in about one in 3, women, according to the World Health Organization. Women can have children, although they are more apt to require a C-section section, as babies are often born breech. For whatever reason - it's unknown - the two tubes don't fuse and you have double. There are more than 10 variations and sometimes you have two uteruses.
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A BRAVE woman who was born with two vaginas has spoken out about the struggles she faced with the rare condition. In the eye-opening documentary she discusses the prolonged periods, numerous miscarriages and the hysterectomy she had to undergo as a result. Aside from the physical issues, Nicci spoke candidly about the emotional effects of the condition.