Woman born with two vaginas talks about her experience in interview

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Woman Born With Two Vaginas

It may be a rare condition but there is one girl, named Hazel Jones, that is revealing to the public about her condition called, uterus didelphys which is a woman that has two fully formed vaginas. Hazel was interviewed on television and her and her mother discuss the condition.

A break down of the interview and other media interviews was provided on the popular YouTube video which has now become a viral hit for women, men and health news fans. The video was also shared on a popular website, Guyism and has received even more fanfare after being featured there.

From YouTube Hazel Jones’s condition is explained in more detailed along with quotes from what she said in the interview. The YouTube video is also included below for your learning pleasure.

A WOMAN told yesterday how a one-in-a-million medical condition led to her being born with TWO fully-formed vaginas.
Hazel Jones, 27, said it means she has lost her virginity TWICE.

But she added she was so at ease with her body that she goes to sex clubs with her husband.

First, Hazel told ITV1’s This Morning hosts Holly Willoughby and Phillip Schofield she was 18 before being diagnosed with uterus didelphys.
It occurs when a barrier between two tubes that form the uterus fails to break down during development, leaving two internal channels.

Hazel, of High Wycombe, Bucks, did not realise she was different until her periods started at 14. She said: “I told friends. They looked even more confused than me.”

She went to hospital four years later to learn the truth. She added: “I thought it was amazing.”

Hazel told The Sun last night she and hubby Riki visited fetish clubs, explaining: “It shows how relaxed I am.

“My quirky condition does not make me shy or hold me back. In fact, it’s something I celebrate.”

0 thoughts on “Woman born with two vaginas talks about her experience in interview

  1. How is having two uterus two vaginas??? Look up the definition. And if no one could ever see it or feel it (outside a doctor) why would you tell anyone and why would they care??

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