Woman Born With Two Vaginas Reveals What It’s Like To Have Sex

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I’m willing to bet that you haven’t heard of the condition uterus didelphys. What if I told you that “didelphys” is derived from the words “two” and “womb”? Any clues? Yes, that’s right ladies and gentlemen, uterus didelphys is a condition in which a woman has two vaginas.

An anonymous woman, who just so happens to have the condition, recently decided to reveal herself to the good people of Reddit. Writing under the username nurseryRN, the woman opened herself up to queries from the public in a thread that unsurprisingly found its way to the front page.

She wrote: “I am a female who was born with a complete uterine didelphys. I am in my 20s. I found out I had two uteri, two cervices, and two vaginas when I was 16 years old. I’ve been told I can get pregnant in either uterus.”

If you’re now gagging to know what life is like with two vaginas, then head right on over to the next page to find out. But first, please be warned, that if you don’t like chat about periods, fallopian tubes, and tampons, then please stay well away.

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During the Reddit ask me anything session, one user asked nurseryRN: “Given that the two vaginas need to fit within the same amount of space, would child birth be more difficult for you? Would you require a C-section for birth, or is it possible for you to do a natural birth without complications?”

She responded: “C-section. My uteri are smaller than normal so I am at risk for miscarriage, intrauterine growth restriction (small babies), and premature babies.”

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Another user asked whether she could get pregnant in one uterus and later become pregnant in the other. NurseryRN responded: “Due to hormones, that isn’t supposed to happen but I’ve read that it’s happened before. Apparently a woman had one in one uterus and twins in the other uterus.”

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She also revealed that she has one fallopian tube per uterus so she still only menstruates once per month. As for how she deals with periods, the woman revealed: “My doc says I should use two tampons at one time but that’s a bit ridiculous so I just use one.”

Of course, a lot of the questions posed to nurseryRN were related to sex. Head over to the next page to find out about the sex life of a woman with two vaginas.

When asked about her sex life, nurseryRB wrote: “My sex life is good. It depends which vagina is penetrated. My vaginas are side by side and the left side hurts when penetrated because it is smaller. To my knowledge, due to the septum in my vagina, my g-spot is covered. Other than that, I imagine that it’s not much different than anyone else’s.”

After reading this article, I’m guessing your understanding of what’s possible in nature has shifted slightly. Allow me to take things one step further, with a clip of some crazy clouds that you almost definitely didn’t think were possible.


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