A woman with uterus didelphys (also written didelphis) has two uterine cavities, hence the name double uterus.
As one shall see in the picture above, they can have one only vagina or two vaginas. Based on this, we can find two subtypes:
- Uterus didelphys bicollis
- Two cervices and two vaginas.
- Uterus didelphys unicollis
- Two cavities that fuse in a single cervix. One only vagina.
By Dr. Joel G. Brasch (gynecologist), Rebeca Reus (embryologist) and Marie Tusseau (babygest staff).
Last Update: 04/04/2018