Meet The Girl With Two Vaginas

No, this is not the title of a Stieg Larsson novel…

YouTube viral star Cassandra Bankson (22) was diagnosed with a rare medical condition during a routine kidney scan: she has TWO vaginas! Oddly enough, Cassandra gained notoriety from her YouTube videos (DiamondsAndHeels14) helping other people with bad skin like hers to use make-up to cover up evidence of acne, pimples and blemishes. It was only after she had been experiencing pain in her kidneys that she went to the doctor for a diagnosis, which is when she discovered that she has two chochas!

Since she hit puberty, Cassandra has suffered from an abnormal menses involving excessive bleeding, sometimes for more than three weeks at a time, crippling cramps, mood swings and more. She sometimes even has two periods per month! Watch this  video to meet this Internet sensation and find out what a day in the life of a woman with two ham wallets is like.

Amazing Science Video Source: “YouTube Star Reveals She Has Two Vagina’s” Uploaded by Barcroft TV on  YouTube channel https://youtu.be/7Yq4-n1hogs

Author: Thea Beckman

Canadian born and South African raised, Thea Beckman AKA Wander Woman Thea, is an experienced travel, food, and wine writer and (amateur) photographer with a devastating love of all of the above. She is a travel bug, a bookworm, and mildly alarmed by how many arthropods she can be at once. When she’s not writing for a living and for pleasure, she enjoys bird-watching, reading, drinking wine, cooking, and SHORT walks on the beach because the summer southeasterly winds in Cape Town are a real bitch. Thea is the author of the book “Why? Because Science!” Facebook @WanderWomanThea Instagram @wander_woman_thea

3 thoughts on “Meet The Girl With Two Vaginas”

  1. Here’s something that you probably didn’t know about me … My story is slightly different – I had two uteruses, next to each other but separate in the shape of a heart. I fell pregnant through both uteruses but due to complications lost the one foetus and had to undergo an operation as it was an ectopic pregnancy. This was when the double uterus was discovered. A few weeks later because of my insistence, it was discovered that there was a foetus in the other uterus. The case was submitted to the Lancet and published. As a result, women after suffering a miscarriage are sent for a scan before anything is done, to check for the possibility of another foetus. Despite everyone’s concern, my pregnancy went full-term with a healthy baby at the end. Judy

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    1. Oh wow! That is fascinating! You know… it’s quite possible that your additional uterus once belonged to a twin that you shared your mother’s womb with! I’ve heard – and I don’t know if this is true – that people with multiple organs may have “consumed” their twin or merged with it. It’s a good thing you went for that scan, though. You literally saved your first born’s life!

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