Because the condition is rare, Women's Born Without organ womb

Jen Irwin (33) did not suspect when the age of 15 years but he still was not getting her period. However, surprisingly, when she consulted a doctor, the doctor said that he did not have a uterus.
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Yes, Jen was diagnosed with Mayer-Rokitansky-Kuster-Hauser syndrome (MRKH), disorder that affects about one out of five thousand women at birth. Congenital syndrome is born without a uterus or vagina at all, or do not grow perfectly. Even so, most women with this syndrome have ovaries that can function normally.

Since the diagnosis, Jen's life began to change. Confidence began to fall. He even admitted was the envy of his friends who experienced menstruation.

"I remember my friends used to tell me how their condition during menstruation. Although for the moment they seem inconvenient, but I just wanted to feel it," Jen said, as quoted from the Women's Health Mag, Wednesday (01/27/2016).

Although women with MRKH will probably never experienced menstruation and pregnant normally, but they can still perform the method of IVF (In Vitro Fertilization) or IVF to have children with the help of a surrogate mother.

"But we decided to adoption in the future. We feel this may be the best decision," said Jen.

In his blog account, 'When Life Does not Give You a uterus .. Make Lemonade', Jen tells a lot of life experience to adapt to the disease. Ranging from mental preparation to face peers began to have a baby, to answer questions often asked people about their lives.

"I'm trying to open people's eyes about this disease through writing. I want them to know that I now accept my condition very well, and I want those who suffer from this particular condition can also do so. So, be happy," said Jen.(ajg / vit)

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