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Girl born with no vagina only finds out aged 17 - but believes rare condition will help find Mr Right

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Her condition would have become apparent earlier if she had tried to have sex - which she hadn't.

She's no shrinking violet though and has a budding career as a singer with several fans around the world.

Jacqui thinks her condition may actually help her find Mr Right, since she wouldn't want to go out with anyone who finds it a problem.

She said: "I’m a hopeless romantic and I see it as a great test of someone’s character. Instead of focusing on it putting off men, I actually think it will help me find 'the one'."

MRKH (Mayer Rokitansky Küster Hauser) is a congenital abnormality that is characterised by the absence of the vagina, womb and cervix.

Women suffering from the condition will have normally functioning ovaries and so will experience the normal signs of puberty but will not have periods.

Jacqui has had treatment at the Queen Charlotte and Chelsea Hospital in London, which specialises in the condition where she has been using a dilation device.

Her treatment has now worked which means she will not need surgery to have sex and says she has plenty of time to weigh up her options about having children.

She said she was not at an age where she was thinking about children anyway but could use a surrogate or adopt.

Initially she only told a few friends about her condition but then realised she could do more good by telling a lot more people about it and raising awareness. She received positive comments on her Facebook telling her how "brave and beautiful" she was.

Budding singer Jacqui has a popular Youtube channel where the pretty teenager sings hits like You Belong to Me, King of the Road and Mama Knows Best.

On her page the humble songstress says: "Hello my dear chums! Welcome to my humble abode of a channel.

"Just sit back, relax and wonder 'Has she had a stroke at some point in her life?' ' why does one side of her face droop when she sings?'.

"The answer is no and I have no idea, its just an added attribute to all things Jacqui."

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You'd think with all the time men dedicate to looking at the female body they'd have a better understanding of the anatomy.

How many of the users on CDC can actually be called men though? Most are still little boys (at least in terms of maturity and life experience)

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