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Fitzingless
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Someone out there has to have MRKH too? I'm looking for anyone to compare experiences, I really haven't been able to find out much in the past few years since my diagnosis.
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Molias
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Hi Fitzingless,

I'm hoping we will have some members of our community who can jump in here, but I'm wondering if you've tried to connect with specific support groups online? I found a list of resources on the Beautiful You MRKH Foundation website. That might be a good place to start.

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