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Woman B: I have a congenital Disorder/Difference of Sex Development (DSD) called pure gonadal dysgenesi, or Swyer Syndrome.

I'm an intersex woman without fully functioning gonads, or sex glands.

I always wondered why I did, and (thank you google) discovered Swyer Syndrome around 2008?

Woman C: The doctor who told my mom and me the news thought that I already knew of my diagnosis from another doctor I’d seen.In the old days, they used to call people like me a "true hermaphrodite," but that is not the modern term. Their office didn't have expertise in intersexuality, so we consulted a prominent research endocrinologist about an hour away. I hadn't started my period, and every time I went to the doctor my mom or I asked about it.So I play the role of male, knowing that I am biologically neither male nor female. After more physical exams and lab work, he charted Swyer Syndrome as the official diagnosis. Because my mom didn't start her period until she was 17, and because I was very active in school sports, they always told us that I was just a late bloomer, and not to worry about it.Person A: I was afraid and I feel like that mostly has to do with my initial doctor telling me that there is no one else like me in the world which to a 13 year old is pretty horrible to hear.Man A: I was relieved that they had found my health problem and that I wasn't critically ill, but I was also confused and scared.

Woman C: The doctor who told my mom and me the news thought that I already knew of my diagnosis from another doctor I’d seen.

In the old days, they used to call people like me a "true hermaphrodite," but that is not the modern term. Their office didn't have expertise in intersexuality, so we consulted a prominent research endocrinologist about an hour away. I hadn't started my period, and every time I went to the doctor my mom or I asked about it.

So I play the role of male, knowing that I am biologically neither male nor female. After more physical exams and lab work, he charted Swyer Syndrome as the official diagnosis. Because my mom didn't start her period until she was 17, and because I was very active in school sports, they always told us that I was just a late bloomer, and not to worry about it.

Person A: I was afraid and I feel like that mostly has to do with my initial doctor telling me that there is no one else like me in the world which to a 13 year old is pretty horrible to hear.

Man A: I was relieved that they had found my health problem and that I wasn't critically ill, but I was also confused and scared.

It was my infertility that caused the most distress.