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Are people with androgen insensitivity syndrome intersex?
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Dr. Robert Lang
Internal Medicine - Endocrinology
5 doctors agree
In brief: Variable features
Androgen insensitivity may lead to a normal looking female or, with partial insensitivity, testicles may be present.
If a female, she will be infertile. Go to pubmed health for more detailed information.

In brief: Variable features
Androgen insensitivity may lead to a normal looking female or, with partial insensitivity, testicles may be present.
If a female, she will be infertile. Go to pubmed health for more detailed information.
Dr. Robert Lang
Dr. Robert Lang
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Dr. George Klauber
Pediatrics - Urology
In brief: Yes, variable degree
People with ais have testes but body does not respond normally to circulating testosterone which can result in various degrees of "interest".
Subject looks like perfectly normal female w hernias, but lacks vagina & ovaries. Requires estrogen to develop breasts & feel female + removal of testes to avoid testicular cancer. Partial ai looks male with small hypospadiac penis & ? Cleft (bifid) scrotum.

In brief: Yes, variable degree
People with ais have testes but body does not respond normally to circulating testosterone which can result in various degrees of "interest".
Subject looks like perfectly normal female w hernias, but lacks vagina & ovaries. Requires estrogen to develop breasts & feel female + removal of testes to avoid testicular cancer. Partial ai looks male with small hypospadiac penis & ? Cleft (bifid) scrotum.
Dr. George Klauber
Dr. George Klauber
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