This Woman Never Had A Vagina Due To A Rare Condition

Have you ever heard of a woman who does not have a vagina? Well, this may sound impossible, but there is a woman who is actually living without one!

She is a 22-year-old woman who realised she does not have a vagina until she turned 18 and had not got her menstruation even once!

Also Read: Did You Know There Are Different Types Of Vaginas?

Check out this bizarre story of the woman who does not have a vagina and is currently crowd-funding for her surgery to lead a normal life!

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She Was Not Getting Her Periods…

She was diagnosed with a rare condition when she turned 18 and had taken a trip to the gynaecologist for the fact that she had not yet got her period. The doctor shocked her with the disturbing news.

She Suffers From…

Kaylee Moats who is from Gilbert, Arizona, is said to suffer from Mayer Rokitansky Küster Hauser syndrome (MRKH) - which means she has no cervix, uterus or a vaginal opening!

She Was Diagnosed With This At A Later Age

She was diagnosed with this condition as a teenager. She had been living in the fear that other people would mock at her for her rare condition and was troubled on hearing about it.

Her Love Life…

She met her boyfriend who was her senior in college. It took about a month for her to tell him that she has the MRKH condition. He was confused at first but supportive and said that it doesn't change how he sees her.

Also Read:Vaginal Facts That Can Amaze You

She Has Been Raising Funds…

She has been raising funds to get cured of her condition and her boyfriend of four months, Robbie Limmer, has also been helping her raise the funds for the surgery that would help her live a normal life like the other women.
We wish her luck!

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