XY Female

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Definition

XY Female otherwise known as the Swyer syndrome or the XY gonadal dysgenesis is a form of female hypogonadism where there is no functional gonads in a woman to start off her puberty as compare to a normal woman where her karyotype is an XY. The gonads of the woman who suffer this syndrome has no functional streaks. Treatment includes undergoing estrogen and progesterone therapy and the removal of the gonads inasmuch as it may turn to be a cancer in the end.

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