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My life without gender: 'Strangers are desperate to know what genitalia I have'
A 3-year-old child presented with left sided undescended testis and penoscrotal hypospadias. Chordee correction was performed 18 months back, elsewhere. At laparotomy Mullerian structures were present on left side. On right side testis was normally descended into the scrotum. True hermaphrodite or ovo-testicular disorder of sexual differentiation OVO-DSD is one of the rarest variety of all inter sex anomalies. There have been reports of 46 XY karyotype [ 1 ]. In this condition gonads are asymmetrical having both ovarian and testicular differentiation on either sides separately or combined as ovotestis. In ovotestis, testis is always central and ovary polar in location [ 2 ]. Testosterone and Mullerian inhibitory substance MIS are either normal or low.
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Jack was born with both male and female anatomy, with ovarian and testicular tissue, and genitals that could belong to either a boy or a girl. He has one of at least 40 congenital variations, known collectively as disorders of sexual development DSD , or intersex traits. But the doctors took that away from us without any explanation. The British charity DSD Families estimates that around babies born in this country each year need investigations before their sex is assigned. Juliet was referred to a consultant at the local hospital, followed by meetings with geneticists and neonatologists, blood tests and an amniocentesis. But actually, he is just a normal child. Bouncing around the living room of their home in the West Midlands, Jack looks completely ordinary. With mousy, curly hair, a runny nose and a toothy smile, he clambers over Juliet and chucks a green football at me, oblivious to what his mother is telling me. But when Jack was born, he was blue and floppy. The relief was unbelievable.