Infant sex organ care
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In the beginning, boys and girls are the same
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New guidelines for treating 'intersex' babies
When a child's gender is in question at birth, the child has atypical genitalia ( ambiguous genitalia). This means Around the 6th week of fetal development, a gene on the Y chromosome of a developing boy tells the fetal tissue that will form the sex organs to become the testes. Treatment is available if diagnosed early. May 16, on one person; even if there were room enough, sexual physiology wouldn't allow it. What people mean when they say a person "was born with both sets of genitals" is that a child may be born with a phallus that looks a lot like a penis plus a vagina (the tubular organ that goes from the outside of the body.
Description:Tests performed at birth to determine the baby's gender can take about one week and may include: Boys and girls are equally affected. Unexpectedly, the physicians involved in this process are taking action on their own to improve care, to be more aware of privacy issues, and to reduce unnecessary interventions. A person has an intersex condition, or difference of sexual development DSD , if he or she is born with a body that is different from what most people expect for a male or female child.