The condition is pretty rare, as it only affects 1 in 4,500 newborn girls and what specifically causes it is not yet known. Currently, researchers are trying to figure it out if genetic differences might play a role.
“Kaylee will never be able to carry her own children. The dreams we had of raising families together are going to look a little different than we had initially planned. This diagnosis raises a lot of fears, concerns, and insecurities in Kaylee about her identity and her future,” her GoFundMe page states. “The options of surrogacy and adoption give her some hope but she will never be able to carry her own children. After receiving the news, she decided to focus on school and address the problem later on when she was ready.”