A Ghanaian health advocate, Elizabeth Amoaa who discovered that she had 2 vagina, 2 wombs, 2 cervixes has portray them to be blessings rather than curses.
According to her, she was diagnosed with uterus didelphys or ”double uterus,” in 2015, which is a condition that occurs during fetal development, when the two tubes that normally form one uterus, become two separate structures instead, according to the Mayo Clinic.
While speaking in an interview on GBC, the woman disclosed that during her pregnancy, doctors thought she had an ectopic pregnancy because they were scanning the “wrong womb”.
The doctos also suggested that due got rid of the pregnancy, but she kicked against it.
“My daughter was born prematurely. There is a lot that has happened in the 20-30 years of my life … Initially, I thought it was a curse but right now sitting here, I realise it’s a blessing rather than a curse,” she said.