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If a person is born with both male and female genitalia could they reproduce?
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Dr. David Kurss
Obstetrics & Gynecology
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In brief: Its possible
Genitalia development depends on the chromosomes and exposure to testosterone.
There is a sequence of events starting with the internal genitalia (ovaries, tubes, testes) that ultimately play a role in the development of the external genitalia (outer vagina or penis). If a female, for ex., has all of her genitalia and has an enlarged clitoris (may look like a penis), she could conceive.

In brief: Its possible
Genitalia development depends on the chromosomes and exposure to testosterone.
There is a sequence of events starting with the internal genitalia (ovaries, tubes, testes) that ultimately play a role in the development of the external genitalia (outer vagina or penis). If a female, for ex., has all of her genitalia and has an enlarged clitoris (may look like a penis), she could conceive.
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