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When a child's gender is in question at birth, because the genitals may not appear clearly male or female, the child is said to have atypical genitalia, also known as ambiguous genitalia.
When a child's gender is in question at birth, because genitals may not appear clearly male or female, the child is said to have ambiguous genitalia.
Some growth problems are genetic, while others may be caused by hormonal disorders or poor absorption of food.
Amenorrhea is a menstrual condition characterized by absent menstrual periods for more than three monthly menstrual cycles.