(FOX NEWS) - One mom had to make womb for two.
After being diagnosed as a teen with the rare condition uterus didelphys, in which one woman is born with two sets of reproductive organs, 31-year-old Faye Wilkins was able to deliver two children from separate wombs.
“At the age of 14, I couldn’t believe it when doctors told me I was born with two vaginas, two cervixes and two wombs,” she said. “I was in complete shock as I’d never noticed the condition before as the difference were only internal.”
As Wilkins explains, it wasn’t until she started suffering from severe pain during her menstrual cycle that she and her mother decided to consult with medical professionals.