No. Androgen insensitivity means that the receptors for testosterone type of hormones (t) cannot respond to t stimulation. In more severe cases infants with xy chromosomes (typically male) may develop female genitalia during fetal development because if this. They are likely to be raised as females with a diagnosis only coming after they don't get sexual hair or periods.
Not exactly the same. A true hermaphrodite has the reproductive organs of both male and female. A person with complete a.I.S. May appear female, but is a genetic male. This person will not have the reproductive organs of both male and female.....Just male.