Pictures of women with two vaginas

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There is a special lady from Ghana who was born with a rare condition of having two vaginas, two cervixes, and two wombs. This condition occurs during fetal development when the two tubes that normally form one uterus instead become two separate structures. There are some instances which a double uterus may have one cervix that opens into one vagina or each separate uterine cavity may have an individual cervix and vagina. This leaves the woman with two vaginas. Elizabeth usually complained of tummy aches, recurrent vaginal thrust, lower back pains, and irregular menstrual periods when she was growing up.

After being dismissed by doctors, teen discovered she actually had two vaginas

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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. Often it is diagnosed when women have reproductive or infertility problems, but some women may go on to have children and never know they had the condition, said Berghella.

This Woman Has Two Vaginas—Here’s How That’s Actually Possible

Cassandra Bankson is known best as a YouTube star who regularly offers up beauty tips to her legion of fans. After experiencing ongoing kidney pain, Cassandra went to the doctor last year and discovered that she has two vaginas. Not only that, she also has two wombs and two cervixes. Her condition is known as uterus didelphys, and can occur when the uterine system is developing in utero. The uterus is actually a fusion from either side of the system to create one uterus.
Across the course of a year, Laura took photos of the vulvas for her book Womanhood: The Bare Reality, and spoke to each person about what their vulva means to them. Some of the women involved have also been featured in a film for Channel 4 called Vaginas. Then she examined masculinity by photographing penises for Manhood. And after that, Laura considered the project complete. But reading about Female Genital Mutilation, the number of women speaking surgery on their vulvas and the language around how we refer to female body parts made Laura reconsider.