During puberty, a woman has a terrible stomach cramps and very heavy menstrual period.At age 18 he found out that she has two vagina. Not only that, the doctor diagnosed it also has two uterus and two cervix.
Hazel Jones (27 years) underwent uterine didelphys, or double uterus, which is a very rare condition. This condition makes the body Hazel became so amazing because she has two wombs (uterus apart), two of the cervix (cervical) and two vaginal,
“I feel comfortable with these conditions, despite the fact that I have effectively lost virginity twice,” said Hazel Jones from High Wycombe, UK, on ??ITV’s This Morning show as reported Dailymail.
After learning a rare condition, Hazel did not hesitate to tell anyone he met. According to him, this is a superb condition and the story could melt the tense atmosphere.
“If there are other women who want to see, I was quite happy to show it to them. This is not something that makes me ashamed,” he explained.
Hazel learned condition after her partner said that he has a different genital area. Doctors finally discovered that the body Hazel has two wombs (uteruses), two cervix (neck of the womb) and vaginal wall of separation between the two.
“When in development, the womb of a woman coming from two tubes. The tube was then joined, septum (divider 2 tubes) are broken down and formed a womb (uterus),” explained Dr. Dawn Harper, a doctor who handles Hazel.
Dr Dawn Harper added about 1 in 3,000 cases, the septum remains in the womb. But to actually have two separate uterus is much more rare cases longer.
Hazel said earlier he was having sex who are not comfortable with exceptional conditions, but after knowing the condition he no longer experienced any significant problems. He also refused to perform the operation because it can leave significant scarring.
“When I was a teenager, I thought I had cystitis (bladder infection) and urinary infection. I suffer from terrible cramps and menstrual periods I felt very heavy. Now I know, my menstrual period is more difficult because I have two wombs. So if I’m pregnant, I should be aware to not get pregnant on the other side of the uterus, “said Hazel.
Dr. Harper added that Hazel is more likely to have breached birth (breech baby) because her uterus is smaller and he is more likely to require a caesarean section. He also should have a Pap smear test doubles when examining cervical cancer.
But this is not a problem for Hazel, because until now he has admitted having a great sex life.
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