Our expert says:
This syndrome of complete testicular feminization is the commonest form of male pseudohermaphroditism. The main clinical features are female external genitalia with underdeveloped labia and a blind-ending vagina, absence of internal female genital organs, and the presence of testes in the inguinal canal or within the abdomen.
The treatment is complex and needs counselling and discussion with your doctor.
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