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Xy Intersexed.

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Good Eveling. I been waiting for the test resaults from my dr for a couple of months now. And Its telling me that I am a XY Interxexed which I have no idea what it means. I was doing research on it and nothing much. I understand that XXY is both gentitals but XY I believe is with in. Could some of you clear this up for me. Ide aprecate it.

Angelica Santos.

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XXY is Klinefelter's Syndrome and the vast majority of XXY have normal male genitalia and usually some impaired of fertility. Search for Klinefelter's and you will find lots of information.

"XY Intersex" isn't a diagnosis. XY is normal male chromosomes and there are dozens of Intersex conditions you could have and still be XY. There are also females with XY chromosomes, like Complete Androgen Insensitivity Syndrome (CAIS). You doctor need to explain WHY he says you are Intersex.

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XXY is Klinefelter's Syndrome and the vast majority of XXY have normal male genitalia and usually some impaired of fertility. Search for Klinefelter's and you will find lots of information.

"XY Intersex" isn't a diagnosis. XY is normal male chromosomes and there are dozens of Intersex conditions you could have and still be XY. There are also females with XY chromosomes, like Complete Androgen Insensitivity Syndrome (CAIS). You doctor need to explain WHY he says you are Intersex.

ok heres what i found out XY Persistent Müllerian duct syndrome (PMDS) The child has XY chromosomes typical of a male. The child has a male body and an internal uterus and fallopian tubes because his body did not produce Müllerian-inhibiting factor during fetal development. and this is what i heard (XX male) (XY female),

I did my research and i know what i should expect. its kinda hard to emagaion how lucky you are when your in your life doing things. and I personaly dont really feel like im trans at all. alot of people tell me that. but i know whats causing it. the confusion of my montly and the confusion of a penis is really really getting me confused. but it will hopefully get better.

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Angelica

Honey, it sounds complicated for you. I hate to say this, but because we are not doctors, we probably are of little help to you. Have you talked with your doctor in depth about this? That would be the next step.

Julie

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