Although these people have a typical male genotype, with X and Y sex chromosomes, they are physically women and have been raised and identified as such since birth.
Normally, female identity persists in these people after diagnosis and for the rest of their lives. However, it can also happen that there is a change of identity and that the person is identified as a man.
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