How Do Conjoined Twins Have Intercourse? Research Reveals… 

Little known things about conjoined twins. 

How Do Conjoined Twins Have Intercourse? Research Reveals… 
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'How do conjoined twins have intercourse?' It is one question which frequently pops up in the mind of many people. However, people are too shy to discuss about it. There are a number of documentaries that reveal about the lifestyle of twins but none of them provide explanation of their sex lives. So, let's take a sneak peek in the lives of conjoined twins.

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Only 1 in 200,000 babies are born as conjoined twins. 

Only 1 in 200,000 babies are born as conjoined twins. 

A very low percentage of conjoined twins actually manage to reach adulthood as life is very tough for them. Let's find out how do conjoined twins have intercourse? 

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Sex is a challenging task for conjoined twins.

Sex is a challenging task for conjoined twins.
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While some twins share genitalia, others have a separate one. However, it is very difficult for them to indulge in sexual intercourse as there is no privacy at all. 

Many conjoined twins are unable to get marriage licenses. 

Many conjoined twins are unable to get marriage licenses. 
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If a female conjoined twin gets pregnant, then it becomes a life-threatening situation for both of them. 

Twins who share same set of genitalia experience the pleasure of sex together. 

Twins who share same set of genitalia experience the pleasure of sex together. 
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However, if twins are fused at the spine, then the other doesn't feel anything while one is indulged in sexual intercourse. 

Sufficient information is not available on the sex life of conjoined twins.

Sufficient information is not available on the sex life of conjoined twins.
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Some conjoined twins are quite young to understand sex and others who reached the stage of adulthood prefers to stay in solitude. 

Some twins get married but refrain from indulging in sexual intercourse. 

Some twins get married but refrain from indulging in sexual intercourse. 
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There are some cases when conjoined twins decided to get married just for the sake of companionship. 

Autopsies have disclosed shocking information about reproductive system of conjoined twins. 

Autopsies have disclosed shocking information about
reproductive system of conjoined twins. 
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Some cases have been reported in which conjoined twins possess separate external reproductive organs that are joined inside the body. It makes reproduction impossible for them. 

Some conjoined twins opt for surgery to have a separate sex life.

Some conjoined twins opt for surgery to have a separate sex life.
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As conjoined twins have sex hormones and urge just like us, many of them opt for surgery. However, conjoined twins must undergo surgery before the age of two else it can be risky for their lives. 

Conjoined twins keep their sex life private. 

Conjoined twins keep their sex life private. 
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None of the conjoined twins have ever revealed about their sex life in public.

Sometimes, doctors change sex of one of the conjoined twins. 

Sometimes, doctors change sex of one of the conjoined twins. 
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Twins born with same set of genitalia undergoes a sex-changing operation. Only one of the conjoined twins gets to keep their original sex. 

Their sexual desire is comparatively lower than us. 

Their sexual desire is comparatively lower than us. 
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Many conjoined twins feel that their sibling is like a soulmate to them and thus refrains from sharing their personal space with others. 

Sex is never a threesome or group sex for conjoined twins. 

Sex is never a threesome or group sex for conjoined twins. 
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Though conjoined twins are fused by their bodies, one twin might have the urge for sex while other may not need it at the moment. Thus, it actually remains a mystery that how conjoined twins have intercourse.

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