Disorders of Sex Development (DSD)

Reproductive or sexual anatomy that does not closely resemble typical male or female reproductive or sexual anatomy, which may be related to genitalia, secondary sex characteristics, and/or chromosomal make-up; DSD replaced the outdated terms ‘hermaphrodite’, as it is considered offensive by many; see also ‘intersex’; DSD is different from trans.[3]

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