Our expert says:
You should immediately have a full and thorough gynaecological evaluation in terms of your pelvic organs as well as a full hormonal/endocrine work up to establish a cause. The congenital or birth absence of a uterus is certainly one of the possibilities to be seriously considered.
Answered by: Dr M.I. Cassim
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