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Dealing with ambiguous genitalia in intersex children
One in every 2000 births amongst children is born intersex, a condition where a child has a reproductive anatomy that does not seem to fit the typical definition of either male or female.

One in every 2000 births amongst children is born intersex, a condition where a child has a reproductive anatomy that does not seem to fit the typical definition of either male or female.

Such is a congenital anomaly that happens earlier on during pregnancy.

Many of these conditions according to experts are not life threatening, some however may need a surgery to assign a person their true sex.  

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