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Woman Born With Two Wombs Falls into Labour Every Time She Menstruates

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A 23-year-old British woman, Sophie Loader, is suffering from a rare condition that makes her go into labour each month during her menstruation. The woman who was born with two wombs endures the pains for at least 72 hours when it comes.
Loader was born with uterus bicornis, a condition that fills her second womb with blood – mimicking a full-term baby. The only way she can cope with the pain is through breathing exercises, Mirror UK, reports.
“I’ve been in labour more than 100 times, but only once for real. To say that it’s a pain would be an understatement.
“It might shock women to hear I have been in labour more than one hundred times. When I was 13 and the contractions started, I had never felt pain like it and couldn’t understand what was happening to me, it was terrifying – even the doctor thought I might be pregnant.
“When I had my son, Chase, I was drugged but I can’t compare the pain of real labour to my fake contractions. But I wouldn’t wish this on any woman. One labour is more than enough.
“I was hospitalised more than 30 times because I couldn’t cope with the symptoms. Each time they would give me gas and air to control the pain. In the end, all doctors could do was teach me how to control my contractions using breathing exercises that real women in labour use,” she said.
After the birth, Sophie had the contraceptive implant fitted and now only goes into ‘fake labour’ once every three months.

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