They occur while she is growing in her mother's womb. Female reproductive organs include the vagina , ovaries, uterus, and cervix. A baby starts to develop its reproductive organs between weeks 4 and 5 of pregnancy. This continues until the 20th week of pregnancy. The development is a complex process. Many things can affect this process.
Let's talk about how our bodies change after having a child. There's a lot happening — everywhere. Things feel different, your skin breaks out, changes color, gets dry, or even turns oily. We don't have to mention stretch marks your pregnancy tiger stripes , and even our hair can change. But it's impossible to talk about bodily changes without talking about what happens to your genitals.
When a child's gender is not clear at birth, the child has atypical genitalia ambiguous genitalia. This means that the genitals don't seem to be clearly male or female. You have 46 chromosomes in each cell of your body. These are grouped into 23 pairs.
By Today's Parent Nov 20, Photo: Istock. She expected to hear that she had some perineal tearing , since she was in quite a bit of pain, but nothing could have prepared her for the moment when her midwife announced that she had torn her clitoris—the clitoral hood, to be exact. Angela had never heard of this type of tearing.