Elizabeth Amoaa was in 2015 diagnosed with uterus didelphys, a condition where the female has two separate uterus and cervixes.
Despite the odds stacked against her, Elizabeth gave birth to a baby girl, after years of very painful periods, Daily Mail reports.
During her childhood, different misdiagnoses said she had uterine fibroids, telling her that she has a very little chance of becoming pregnant.
Her story changed in 2003 when she migrated to the UK from France and became pregnant in 2010. Unknown to doctors, she had two cervixes despite numerous scans.
Her proper diagnosis happened in 2015 after she miscarried her second child.
“I would go to have a scan, which I had to do frequently because of my fibroids, and one minute they would see the baby is in the womb, then the next they could not find the baby,” she said.
Elizabeth also said that she was frequenting the hospital to the extent that her little child had to say “Mummy is always in the hospital.”