Meet Elizabeth Amoaa: The Woman Born With Two Wombs, Two Cervixes And Two Väginal Canals- [WATCH VIDEO]

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Ever heard of Elizabeth Amoaa? A woman born with two wombs, two cervixes and two väginal canals? If you are not conversant with who Elizabeth Amoaa is, keep reading this article to know more about her.

Elizabeth Amoaa is a Ghanaian Reproductive Health Advocate. She founded the Speciallady Awareness in 2017 with the aim of educating young women about gynecological conditions. They made donations to organizations, schools, and hospitals in Ghana two years after the Speciallady Awareness was established. she made donations to 37 Military Hospital in conjunction with the Speciallady Awareness and 3FM.

Elizabeth currently lives in Andover, Hampshire, in the United Kingdom with her husband and has one child.

While speaking with BBC News Pidgin in an Interview, Elizabeth Amoaa narrated how she was born with double wombs, cervixes and väginal canals. Elizabeth Amoaa is suffering from Uterine Didelphys.

What is Uterine Didelphys?

According to, Uterine Didelphys is a disorder present before birth in which a female develops two uteruses instead of one. This is what Elizabeth Amoaa is suffering from. According to her, during her mother’s pregnancy (that is, when her Reproductive organs were beginning to form), the two tubes failed to join together. Hence, the reason she was born with two wombs, two cervixes and two väginal canals.

She further added that her right womb is healthier than the left one. Going further, she said whenever she gets pregnant in her left womb, it will not survive. She said she can be pregnant in her right womb and still be seeing her period in the left womb. She stated that it is possible for women in her condition to be pregnant in both wombs.

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She also revealed that her mother and sisters were not diagnosed with Uterine Didelphys, even her own daughter. She said her condition has been a blessing in disguise for her. She advised all the women passing through her condition not to keep quiet. She urged them to seek early treatment and diagnosis.

Elizabeth Amoaa and her daughter


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