Kaylee just graduated from college in May. “I met Robbie in my senior year of college when I was working at the front desk. He thought I was cute so he came up to me and we started talking, It took about a month for me to tell him that I have MRKH. He was confused at first but supportive and said that it doesn’t change how he see’s me.,” Kaylee told to media.
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Ms. Moats says her vagina looks exactly how it should , except her vaginal opening is instead replaced by a little dimpled skin where the hole should be. She also says she ovulates like other women but it gets dissolved into her ovaries. So nothing is to do without the surgery and its cost – $15,000 – it’s not covered by the health insurance. The surgery lasts 1-2 hrs and has a 96% success rate. Her boyfriend has been putting aside $50 a month to help fund surgery but this is about only a few money in a very long time. Her sister, Amanda, took the initiative and the page she has created has already raised $10,765 in two months. Amanda also offered to carry any children Kaylee might want in the future if she can’t have children herself. This is simple a life story, nothing more. We, the rest of people, can do things normally and rarely think at the fact that is not the same for all. Vaginal agenesis is a congenital disorder of the reproductive system in females that affects approximately 1 in 5,000 females.