So-called, the double channel pylorus has been, relatively rarely, reported through out the world. All reported cases were almostly those of gastroduodenal fistula as a complication of peptic ulcer disease. The congenital forms of double pylorus were reported even more rarely. We found three cases of double channel pylorus in 25,000 cases endoscopy done at our unit. All those three cases were thought to be acqired form endoscopically, radiographically and histologically. One of those was undergone to operative resection because of uncontrollable bleeding and the others were on medical theraphy with satisfaction.