LOS ANGELES (LALATE) – Hazel Jones photos, and revelations of her uterus didelphys condition, shocked morning news today. Hazel Jones has two vaginas, uteruses and cervixes, she told news this morning. A news telecast of the British program, ITV’s This Morning, addressed the didelphys condition. But American news was quickly to note that the condition is not as rare as the British telecast suggested.
Hazel Jones tells news that she had no idea she had the condition until a boyfriend made the revelation. A recent boyfriend told Jones that she was “different” . Jones tells news that the she had previously questioned others about her body. But every time she began to bring up the subject as a child, she was too nervous to continue to ask questions.
Now Jones tells news that she is proud of the condition and happen to tell, even show, any woman who asks. She told ITV news today “I thought it was amazing and it’s definitely an ice-breaker at parties.”
Jones is 27 and from High Wycombe. “When I was younger I thought I was having cystitis and urine infections from a young age when I was tearing the middle septum.”
Jones adds that the rare condition has not impacted her life whatsoever. But “if I get pregnant I have to be very aware not to [also] get pregnant on the other side.”
Jones says she is willing to help other women overcome their fears. “If women want to have a look, I’m quite happy to show them, it’s not something I’m embarrassed by.”
But Vincenzo Berghella, director of maternal fetal medicine at Thomas Jefferson University in Philadelphia, tells U.S. news that the condition is not as rare as British news would suggest. He believes that more than one million women in the world have the condition.