Hazel Jones always wondered why she suffered from terrible cramps and heavy periods during puberty. However, it wasn’t until she turned 18 that she was given her astonishing diagnosis; she has two vaginas.
The blonde 27-year-old woman from High Wycombe has the million-in-one condition calleduterus didelphys, which means that she has two separate uteruses and cervixes.
Hazel went to the doctor after her long-term boyfriend told her that she was “different” in the genital area. Hazel says that she is comfortable with having the condition, despite the fact that she had to lose her virginity twice, essentially.
2. The man who has two private parts
A man with two functioning penises took questions on Reddit’s “Ask Me Anything” and it was unlike any other Q&A you’re likely to read, amassing more than 15,000 comments.
The man, who calls himself “DoubleDickDude” (DDD), was born with diphallia, a rare congenital condition that causes him to have two sex organs. There are reportedly around 100 cases of Diphallia worldwide.
Both private parts are in the 6-inch range, but DDD says that one can get as large as 7 inches if he’s really aroused.
George Lippert was born in Germany in 1844. In addition to being born with three legs, he was also born with two functioning hearts, although that condition was unknown until his autopsy in 1906. His third leg was fully formed and even possessed an extra toe, giving Lippert a total of sixteen. The leg was not functional. Lippert claimed that his leg had been fully functional until it sustained a fracture.
Early in his career George was billed as the “only Three Legged Man on Earth” and he proved to be quite an attraction. Lippert even worked an exhibit with P. T. Barnum. However, evidence indicates that he may not have been the easiest person with whom to do business. No photographs exist of George Lippert, except for a pitch card of a painting of Lippert that is shown above.
Lippert had a three-legged rival named Francesco Lentini. His fate was far more successful and he lived a long life, got married, and had children. He died in 1966 at the age of 78.
Francesco (pictured on the right) was born in 1889 in Sicily. He was actually born with four legs, but the fourth limb was so poorly developed that he used to be considered a three-legged man. His third leg was fully functional. However, he also had a set of sixteen toes, and he had two sets of working male genitals.
It might seem unusual for a woman to have two uteruses, but the condition, known as uterine didelphys, occurs in about one in 1,000 women. In fact, Hannah Kersey, her mother, and her sister all have two wombs. But Hannah made history in 2006 when she gave birth to triplets; the 23-year-old woman from Northam in Devon had identical twins Ruby and Tilly, who were born from one womb, and Grace, who was born from the other.
5. Ella Harper, also known as “The Camel Girl.” She got the name because she preferred to walk on all fours.
Ella was born with a strange and rare orthopedic condition that caused her legs to bend backwards. During her life she worked as a circus performer, earning an impressive $200 a week, which would be about $5000 today. She lived from 1870 to 1921.
6. Fannie Mills, also known as “The Ohio Big Foot Girl.”
“The Ohio Big Foot Girl” was born in Sussex, England either in 1859 or 1860 to English migrants who settled near Sandusky, Ohio.
Fannie had a condition known as Milroy Disease, which caused her feet to grow to an abnormally large size. At their biggest, her feet were 17 inches long.The family believed her illness resulted from a “maternal impression” when Mr. Mills, her father, made the pregnant Mrs. Mills wash the swelled leg of a horse.
Her career began in 1885, when she entered the museum circuit, accompanied by a nurse, Mary Brown. After the offer of $5000 and a “well-stocked farm” to anyone willing to marry the big-footed girl, she eventually married Mary’s brother, William Brown.
7. Maurice Tillet “The French Angel”, inspiration for Shrek?
8. Jean-Jacques Libbera, The Double-Bodied Man