He's not a whole person." Hazel Jones experienced extremely painful menstrual cramps and heavy bleeding when she was a teen.
When she started having sex, she found it to be painful as well.
Finally, Hazel went to see a doctor, after a boyfriend told her that her vagina was "different" from others.
The doctor revealed that Hazel had two sets of sex organs—two vaginas, two uteruses, four ovaries, etc.
Hannah delivered both fraternal twins and identical twins at the same time.In men, the condition is known as "diphallia," and it affects about 1 in 5.5 million men.One man with the condition has become vocal about his two fully-functioning penises, though he refuses to reveal his true identity.While baby Gracie was the product of one egg from one womb, Ruby and Tilly were born in the same womb from the same egg.The babies were born small—all were under three pounds—but they are now healthy and happy.Online he goes by the name of "Diphallia Dude." In a Reddit "Ask Me Anything," Diphallia Dude gladly submitted pictures to prove his condition is real and happily answered questions others might have about life as a man with two penises.He revealed he is bisexual, has had sex with over 1,000 partners, and answered questions about the mechanics of dealing with two erect members at the same time.Our bodies are sacred temples — except for those of us whose temples still need some work to make them a little more standard.Every single person has some sort of physical imperfection (we’re still waiting to spot it on Jessica Alba), so whether it’s as innocuous as an oddly-shaped mole or as bizarre as hair growing from your teeth, you can be sure there’s not one person on this planet who is perfect.While some people think that sounds enjoyable, Zara is not one of them.She says her constant orgasms make her feel exhausted, and she has an incredibly hard time dating as she has a difficult time feeling sexually satisfied, and few men feel up to the challenge.