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Testing is especially important for vaginal agenesis, in order to understand the extent of the reproductive anomalies. Dr. Marc Laufer and his staff at the Center for Congenital Anomalies of the Reproductive tract have over 20 years of experience treating young women with vaginal agenesis and other congenital reproductive anomalies so the appropriate diagnosis and treatment recommendations can be made.
Young women typically present for testing sometime during the middle teen years when they experience primary amenorrhea, or lack of a menstrual period after having normal breast development. They can come to Children’s after being referred for an evaluation, or to confirm a previous evaluation from another provider.
Testing for Mayer-von Rokitansky–Küster-Hauser’s (MRKH) syndrome
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