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OBGYN HELP!

This is the most embarrassing thing that could happen to me but I don't know who to talk to about it. About 3 years ago I found out through an MRI on my leg that I had 2 uterus's and 2 cervix's. I am starting to think something else is wrong also. Recently, the last time I had sexual intercourse it was painful and bled afterward this was unusual because that has never happened since the very first time. Then when I started my period next, I went to put in a tampon and I am pretty sure it went in another hole. I am now concerned that I may have 2 vagina's as well. I have researched this on the internet and found that other women have had this but I want to know how common is it and If there is surgery to correct it? If so what are the risks? Will I still be able to have children? I am 19 and too embarrassed to talk to anyone and also I have never been to the gyno so if anyone can answer  my questions!!
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HI,  The incidence of duplication of the female reproductive organs is dependent upon which organs are duplicated.  However, 15 to 20% of women with two uteri will have other abnormalities including double vagina.  These conditions can be repaired and outcomes are excellent in most cases. Successful pregnancy is usually possible.   I would suggest you see a Urogynecology and be evaluated.  J. Kyle Mathews, MD
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Go to the doc to find out for sure. Your doctor won't judge you, but you def need to know for sure

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