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is it posible for a girl without uterus to have sex with boy?

By July 1, 2010 - 1:56am
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my question is same as above i read the story of girl that having a sex with a boy without uterus by birth how can she get a body of like normal women and the boy did not guess that ?is there any solution of this problem means tranplant of some other women uterus?

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i just want to know all this because i m very much interested in medical studies and by chance here i read the story of cindy at this page n i was surprised to know that n i just want to clear that that is it possible because i don't think so.thanks for clearing me

July 6, 2010 - 11:02am
(reply to fiza ali)

Did you have your questions answered?

It still sounds like you were unsure: ("I just want to clear that that it is possible because I don't think so.").

What are you referring to as "I don't think so"?

July 6, 2010 - 2:20pm

Hello Fiza

It is absolutely possible to look like a woman and have sex without a uterus. If you have ovaries, you are making and responding to your body's hormones. If you have a vagina, you can have normal sex. This is the case after a hysterectomy, and in some cases girls may be born with this sort of reproductive configuration.

There would be no real way for the partner to know about this unless it was obvious or discussed that she did not have periods. If you look at our reproductive page: http://www.empowher.com/media/reference/reproductive-anatomy-and-physiology, you will see how this can be the case. Having or not having a uterus does not define whether you are a normal woman, merely whether you have a uterus.

I hope this helps you. Thank you for the question.

July 1, 2010 - 6:47am
(reply to Cary Cook BSN RN)

well i know all this but 1 thing the body of women not having menses is differnt from the body of normal women?don't you think so if yes then how could a women do sex because other partner know that after seeing the body?

July 5, 2010 - 6:15am
(reply to fiza ali)

It depends on the situation, Fiza. If you have no uterus but you have ovaries you will develop a womanly body because you will have the hormones. You do not need a uterus for that. If you do not have the natural hormones in your body, you may not develop. But in that case, you can get the hormones from a physician and no one will know the difference.

I'm not sure whether I'm answering your question, because I'm not sure what the actual question is. But a woman without a uterus can look like and be a normal woman. I hope this helps.

July 5, 2010 - 6:53am
(reply to Cary Cook BSN RN)

thanks for clearing well can you please tell me the about these hormones in which form they will given to somebody means injection if yes then mention the name of injection if you know?

July 6, 2010 - 6:15am
(reply to fiza ali)

Ah, Fiza, are you asking these questions because you are looking for information on how to accomplish feminization? I could have given you much better direct information if I had realized that. This site is recommended through the National Institutes of Health, and I think it will help you. To get these hormones you need to talk to a doctor. If the prescriptions for the different hormones are not just right, it can make you very sick, so this is not something you can just do on your own. In fact, you should see someone show specializes in this sort of issue.

The site is the Gay and Lesbian Medical Association, and this is their information page on things to discuss with your heath care provider: http://www.glma.org/index.cfm?fuseaction=Page.viewPage&pageID=692.

If you want to ask some more direct questions, I can point you to resources. I have had transgendered patients and would hope you would not feel shy. Being born this way is nothing to be ashamed of, it's just the luck of the draw.

Please let me know if I can help further.

July 6, 2010 - 6:29am
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