INTERSEX is not the only biological variation that can affect the formation of one’s genitals – uterus didelphys is another. Hazel Jones of High Wycombe in Buckinghamshire recently appeared on British TV to speak about her experiences with this variation “which occurs in about one in 3,000 women, according to the World Health Organization”.
Ms Jones is lucky to have avoided surgery as an infant.
While ABCNews reports that the prevalence of uterus didelphys is 1:3,000; the Daily Mail claims it to be “million-to-one”, that is, 1:1,000,000. Some difference.