Hazel Jones made headlines worldwide and raised a few eyebrows last week when she went on a British talk show to discuss her unique medical condition. Jones was born with uterus didelphys, a condition that causes her to have two separate uteruses, cervixes, and vaginas. Jones didn’t even realize the condition was unique until she was 18 and her serious boyfriend told her that something was different. Her mother and doctors hadn’t noticed at birth, though once Jones began to have her period, she was faced with a new set of challenges.
She even asked one of her friends which hole to put the tampon in, causing her friend to make fun of her, thinking she was inserting it rectally, Jones said on ITV’s This Morning