A woman who was told she may never become a mother after being born with two reproductive systems has given birth to a total of four children. The condition — which affects around one in 3, women - meant she was born with two uteruses, two cervixes and, in her case, two vaginas. The primary school teacher was told that carrying and delivering children would be difficult because her wombs and cervixes were half the size of an average woman. But, against the odds, Mrs Cotter and childhood sweetheart husband Ben, 33, have become parents to Amelie, five, Harvey, three, and month-old twins Maya and Evie. Lauren Cotter, 34, and childhood sweetheart husband Ben, 33, have become parents to Amelie, five, Harvey, three, and month-old twins Maya and Evie against the odds. Mrs Cotter pictured after giving birth to son Harvey was diagnosed with uterus didelphys at 16 and told she'd struggle to carry and deliver children.
We can learn a whole lot just from browsing the forums here. In a recent thread , a woman claims that she was born two vaginas. Diagnosed with Uterus Didelphys, Hazel Jones has double the sex organs, including her vagina , uterus, and cervix, all of which she has two. Both vaginas are not exactly the same , which can make sex a little uncomfortable at times. The woman says that her left vagina is smaller than the right, making sex with it painful.
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.
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