Hazel Jones, 27, appeared on iTV1 show This Morning on Wednesday to reveal an unusual medical condition to the world: because of something called uterus didelphys, the UK woman essentially has two vaginas, as well as two uteruses and two cervixes. The UK woman, who likes to celebrate her unique body, said she first realized she was different when she began her period at age It wasn't fun, she said. I used to suffer from horrendous cramps I now know that my periods were worse because I have two wombs. Still, Jones only discovered her condition after losing her virginity at age Her boyfriend at the time noticed something was different, so Jones went to a local hospital to get checked out. It was there that she first learned about uterus didelphys,which occurs when a septum that usually breaks down between two tubes to form one uterus doesn't break apart, instead forming two uteruses in one body. According to MayoClinic.
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According to a report from TMZ, Vivid Entertainment CEO Steve Hirsch reached out with the one million dollar offer to year-old Jones, who has been present in the media when she went public with her condition , uterus didelphys, which caused her to be born with two vaginas, as well as two uteruses and two cervixes. You are obviously an extraordinary woman and I would like to make you an offer to star in an upcoming Vivid production. We would fly you out to L. I have never received any offers of this kind of work nor would I never consider doing it in a million years, Jones said last week. I just want to be left alone. It wasn't fun, she said. I used to suffer from horrendous cramps I now know that my periods were worse because I have two wombs.
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. Surgery can also repair a vagina with a septum, though scarring or perforation can occur. Another, AMS of Cheshire , said that like Jones, she "lost my virginity 'twice" before being diagnosed at 21 due to the doctor not being able to perform my first smear and having the septum cut to make one vagina.
Hazel Jones always wondered why she suffered from terrible cramps and heavy periods during puberty. But it wasn't until she turned 18 that she was given her astonishing diagnosis - she had two vaginas. The blonde year-old from High Wycombe has the million-in-one condition uterus didelphys, which means she has two separate uteruses and cervixes as well. Scroll down for video. But she told ITV's This Morning she was comfortable with having the condition, despite the fact she had to effectively lose her virginity twice.