After eight years of treatment, 19-year-old Molly Rose Taylor learns about her rare condition. Molly has been in severe pain since her first menstruation at the age of nine. Molly, a native of Kent, consulted many doctors. Even with the use of a tampon, menstrual blood came out. Molly had a rare condition called Uterus didelphys.
Molly Rose Taylor
The vagina is divided into two halves with a tissue of 2 cm. That is two vagina body types. Molly’s vagina is a longitudinal septum, a two cm long tissue. It was removed in 2017. Doctors initially suspected it was a sexually transmitted disease. A subsequent examination revealed that Molly had two vaginal and two cervical faces. Doctors have warned of extra care in future situations. This is a rare condition in one in every 3,000 people