Women come across many complications and anomolies when they give birth, or try to get pregnant. One of those conditions is called uterus didelphy, which means that a woman has two uteruses.
This is a condition that affects about 1 in 2000 women, however many don’t even know they have it despite suffering from symptoms.
The condition results in a double uterus with two cervixes and, sometimes a double vagina.
In a recent article in Women’s Day, three different women talk about getting pregnant, staying pregnant and having babies when you have two uteruses.