Girl with two pussys
The Melbourne woman, Lauren Cotter, was diagnosed with uterus didelphys at 16 years of age after having years of extreme period pains. The condition, which affects around one in women, meant she was born with two vaginas, two cervixes and two wombs. Shortly after Cotter's diagnosis, she had laser surgery to remove the dividing wall between her two vaginas so she could live a normal life. Doctors told Cotter she may never become a mother because carrying and delivering children would be difficult as her wombs were half the size of an average woman, the Daily Mail reveals. However, Cotter has safely carried and delivered four children: Amelie, 5; Harvey, 3; and month-old twins Maya and Evie. The mother carried her three daughters in her right womb, while Harvey grew in the left.
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Woman with TWO vaginas, cervixes and wombs says it took YEARS to get a diagnosis - Mirror Online
By Jack Elsom For Mailonline. A teenager whose period pains were dismissed by doctors was shocked to discover she actually had two vaginas, wombs and cervixes. Molly-Rose Taylor, 19, was only diagnosed with uterus didelphys, a rare condition which doubles the number of reproductive organs, two years ago. Since the age of nine, the nanny complained of excruciating period pains. However, doctors failed to spot the 2cm-thick wall of tissue dividing her vagina. Ms Taylor, from Gillingham in Kent, grew increasingly worried when the unbearable cramps caused her to become delirious and often faint.
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This Woman Is Opening Up About What It's Like To Have Two Vaginas
Elizabeth Amoaa has a rare condition that means she was born with two vaginas, two cervixes and two wombs. But she had no idea for most of her life, only finding out five years after her daughter was born. In , the year-old was diagnosed with uterus didelphys — a congenital abnormality that occurs when two smaller tubes in a female fetus fail to fuse into a single uterus, instead growing into two separate structures.
A woman who was born with two vaginas, two wombs and two cervixes has spoken out about living with the extremely rare condition. Elizabeth Amoaa, originally from Ghana but now living in Walsall, Birmingham, was diagnosed with uterus didelphys in after spending years in pain without having any idea what was wrong. From the age of 10, the year-old had been in and out of hospital with stomach pain but doctors had repeatedly dismissed her condition. From that moment, Elizabeth underwent a total of six surgeries in the space of just three years as well as suffering a silent miscarriage which almost killed her. She is now speaking out about her condition in the hope of raising awareness for other women in a similar situation.
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