A woman who was born with a rare condition has revealed what it’s really like to live with two vaginas.
Leanne, from Arizona, has uterus didelphys, a condition that can lead to a woman developing two uteruses and two cervixes.
In a TikTok video posted to her account, The Lady Leanne, she revealed what it was like living with double of everything, which has gone viral with over 300k views.
She said: “My body is about to blow your mind, in a weird way.
“Essentially, I was born with extra body parts, I was born with two vaginas, two uteruses, and two cervixes.”
She answered some of the most asked questions she receives.
Having two sets of reproductive organs also means Leanne has two periods but luckily, they usually come at the same time.
She explained: “I have to have my two periods, that sucks, they usually come at the same time but sometimes not.
“I also have to get two pap smears, which sucks, it’s not comfortable.
“I wear two tampons, like I said, whatever one woman does – I do it twice.”
Leanne also spoke candidly about the difficulties of getting pregnant with her condition, saying it is a high-risk pregnancy.
“It’s never worked out for me, and that’s ok, it would have to be a c-section.”
She explained that technically, she could get pregnant by two different men at the same time, with each baby being carried in different uteruses.
But this is only likely to happen if done within the same week – and it’s not something she’s looking to try and do.
Many people have asked Leanne exactly how her two vaginas look, one asked:
“Okay but are the V’s side by side? on top of each other? I’m confused as to how that looks.”
“I’m so curious as to what that could possibly look like seriously,” added another user.
In another TikTok video, Leanne showed a diagram comparing how her vaginas look compared to someone with one vagina.
Leanne shared how her vagina looks just like others on the outside but that there are two tunnels with a septum down the middle which separates them.
Each tunnel leads to a different cervix and uterus, but other than that it’s practically the same.
Lenane is sharing her story to raise awareness about the condition and has many videos that go in-depth about living with uterus didelphys.
Many viewers praised her for her bravery in telling her story.
One wrote: “See you learn something new and interesting every single day. Cheers to you for speaking about it.”
“Thank you for sharing and educating us,” added another user.
A third commented: “I’m 54 and never heard of this in my life. Thanks for sharing something so personal.”
This story originally appeared on The Sun