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It’s also perfectly fine if you simply feel relieved to know why you don’t have periods.Most likely you and your parents have a lot of questions.
Some girls may find out at an earlier age or when they’re older.
Some women with MRKH may have a tiny uterus called a “uterine remnant” or “uterine horn.” This type of uterus or womb is not big enough to carry a baby but sometimes it can cause pelvic pain if blood leaks into the pelvic cavity.
Your gynecologist will be able to tell if you have a small uterus and if it needs to be removed.
This part of your body is called the “vulva” and includes what you can see – clitoris, urethra, labia, vaginal opening, hymen, and anus.
The most common age for MRKH to be diagnosed is when a young woman is between 15 and 18 years old.