Children's vaginal and vulvar anatomical abnormalities
The absence of organs
Vagina, uterus, ovaries, cervix, clitoris, vulva
Proteus infection ranges from a simple UTI to sepsis, and requires immediate, thorough treatment.
This is a genetic blip that flips the tables on a person’s sexual characteristics from birth.
We discuss ovotesticular DSD and its outcomes in children.
Turner syndrome is what life looks like with a missing X chromosome.
We discuss the uses of vaginal dilators, including recommendations by experts on how to use dilators.
An obstructed uterine horn is an anatomical abnormality whereby the uterus is not connected properly with the cervix and vaginal tissues.
Kallmann syndrome is a genetic disorder characterised by no sense of smell and late/no puberty.
PMDS is a disorder of sexual development that only affects males, but results in a person having a uterus and fallopian tubes.
We take a closer look at how androgens impact the female body and how they work.
Cervical hypoplasia is an anatomical abnormality that results in a malformed cervix.
Uterine hypoplasia is the undeformed or absent uterus, an anatomical abnormality often found in conjunction with MRKH.
A double uterus usually also means a double cervix and a double vagina – but not always. This anatomical abnormality usually doesn’t present too many problems, but care must be taken with pregnancies.
Cystic fibrosis can seriously affect your sex life, vagina, and reproductive system. Find out what to do about it.
Reifenstein syndrome is an androgen insensitivity syndrome occurring in foetal development that results in improper sex organ development in boys.
Vaginal agenesis is the complete absence of a vaginal canal.