Jyoti Gambill-Read, 18, started to develop as male in the womb, but at around 12 weeks the process suddenly stopped. The student, from Hopkins, Minnesota, has lived with a variation of "intersex" - something she defines as "not having the typical binary sex organs or parts". So everyone just assumes that I am. Jyoti says the condition has impacted her self-esteem and confidence, but she has always seen herself as a girl.
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The year-old, from Pakistan, had only noticed the problem following her marriage six months earlier. She told doctors she had never had a period and been experiencing pain in the lower part of her stomach for the last three years. Her mother believed she had a temporary menstrual delay and continued to plan her daughter's marriage, according to an article published in BMJ Case Reports. She said this happened repeatedly whenever they tried to have intercourse and eventually it led to physical and verbal abuse.
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