3. Sarah Reinfelder
Female embryos usually develop using a set of reproductive methods, such as 2 vaginas, uteruses, etc.. But they unite during gestation, but sometimes, some interferes with the procedure and leads to a condition called uterus didelphys. Sarah Reinfelder had an odd instance in 2009 because she had two uteruses and the two of these were practical. When she had been pregnant with twins, both had a uterus to gestate in. Although she had been on birth control and it was stated that her uteruses overrode the medications by producing more hormones than might possibly be counteracted by the arrival control, she afterwards said in a interview she had been grateful that her children had been born with no health problems.