Friday, April 24, 2015

These women do not have the uterus and vagina

Mayer Rokitansky syndrome KUSTER Hauser is an uncommon condition that does not allow the formation of the sexual organs of women and consequently the possibility to have natural children.

The syndrome is characterized by malformation or complete absence of the uterus and the top part of the vagina.
Mrkh can be isolated type I. But more often it is associated with defects in the kidney, column cord and in some cases even more rare The hearing concerns or heart, appearing as type II syndrome.
In both cases the inability of fertility relates to a "mistake" that occurs during embryonic development.

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