Born With Two Wombs & Veejays, Elizabeth Amoah Talks About Her Unusual Condition & How She’s Normalising It

One of the unusual stories you will read on the internet today is that of a UK-based Ghanaian woman who was born with two vaginas and two wombs. The woman identified as Elizabeth Amoah has  decided to let the world know about her unique condition and what she’s doing to normalize it.

In an interview with Accra-based radio station 3FM, the young woman revealed how she had lived with the abnormal condition for years.

Elizabeth who is popularly known as ‘Special Lady’ also disclosed that she had to undergo seven medical surgeries after she was diagnosed of having sexual complications in 2015. She told the news site correspondence Giovani Caleb:

“I discovered I had a double womb and a double vagina canal in 2015 after an MRI scan, so I had to undergo about 7 surgeries”.

According to Elizabeth, the scan also detected she had Endometriosis: a sexual disorder in which tissues linings of the uterus grows outside the uterus.

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In addition, the special lady revealed that the double womb usually does not come with any symptoms but rather exposes one to health challenges such as irregular periods, fibroid, irregular fainting and in some instances cause infertility. She further explained:

“I had a premature baby after four years of not conceiving, and going through such health situations wasn’t easy.”

She further noted that the condition is not common in women, saying “research says it can be found in one out of 350 women and the person might not even know she has it”.

Elizabeth, having gone through the ordeal, is currently back to Ghana to kick start a campaign dubbed The Unspoken Topics, a project she with her Special Lady Foundation plans to use as a tool in educating women, especially young ladies, on female reproductive health challenges.

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The project is expected to receive 400 women both young and old for an encounter with Elizabeth Amoah, the CEO of the foundation.

Source: 3NEWS.COM

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