Ask your Doctor if you have MGD
So, since you can have a period, but only if you take hormones, that sounds like you have a uterus but not functioning ovaries. So, I would have to take back what I said about a period meaning you must have a 46XX karyotype.
It is possible you have this condition:
Puberty can be fully masculinizing, or weakly masculinizing, or not happen; it is almost never feminizing. There are sometimes tell-tale signs of MGD, which are basically, the same as the signs of Turner syndrome but often less pronounced.
So, your gender therapist may be on the right track to suggest this could be a chromosomal issue. It would make sense to bring his possibility up with a physician.
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