Having two vaginas isn't as rare as you might think—the World Health Organization reports that approximately one in 3,000 women are born with the condition—and so here's the second person in two years to make internet headlines after coming forward about her condition. In 2015, YouTube star Cassandra Bankson discovered she had two vaginas after back pain prompted her to take a trip to the doctor. Now, Death and Taxes reports that a anonymous woman held a Reddit AMA to discuss her uterine didelphys—that is, having a double uterus, double cervix, and double vagina.

NurseryRN says she could become pregnant in either uterus, or in both at the same time.

She wrote in the AMA: "Due to hormones, that isn't supposed to happen but I've read that it's happened before. Apparently a woman had one in one uterus and twins in the other uterus." She says her uteri are small, putting her at risk for miscarriage and premature babies. If she were to take a pregnancy to term, she would have to undergo a C-section.

As for her two vaginas, NurseryRN explained that a septum divides the two canals. Unfortunately, the septum covers her G-spot. 

When asked NurseryRN, wrote about her sex life in a positive way. (Her boyfriend held his own AMA where he assured readers that he pays equal attention to both of vaginas.) 

"My sex life is good. It depends which vagina is penetrated," wrote NurseryRN. "My vaginas are side by side and the left side hurts when penetrated because it is smaller.... Other than that, I imagine that it’s not much different than anyone else's."