The only ''problem'' with this pregnancy is how it is viewed by others..but that is really the problem of the person who views it as unatural right?
The fact that this person is as you say 100% woman inside is not so simple as you think. Not for everyone.
It is commonly believed that biological sex is determined at conception. The sex chromosome in women is an "X", whereas the male can carry either an "X" or a "Y." The combination of an "X" and a "Y" normally produces a male, and a combination of two "X" chromosomes normally produces a female. But embryonic sexual development is more than Xs and Ys. It is a complex process that begins from a similar starting point and involves both physical and hormonal changes.
Until the sixth week of development, both XX and XY embryos are anatomically identical. Both embryos have an 'indifferent gonad,' with the potential to develop either male or female internal organs. After the sixth week, hormonal influences induce the development of either male or female organs.
But it is the unusual situations-ones in which development has gone awry--that have given researchers the richest data on gender identity formation. For example, an infant with the genetically inherited disease called andrenogenital syndrome (AGS) exhibits what appears to be normal male genitalia, but has two X chromosomes, ovaries and oviducts. In another abnormal situation, an XY baby is born with ambiguous female genitalia as well as internal male organs that develop further at puberty. These abnormal cases are estimated to occur in 1/1000 live births.
Researchers that have followed these and other children with atypical sexual development through life have developed theories to account for these anomalies and show how elastic the process of gender differentiation really is.
So a person may have been born with male genitalia but due to chromosomes and hormones identify as a female or vise versa
If people would learn about such things and break down the barriers of predjudice and what is considered ''normal'' or taboo we would be a better world.
Edit: Seriously what would you do if you had been born with male genitalia and female inside...or female hormones. You would not look female but you would feel female.
You are fortunate that you were born ''normal'' but it is not so with everyone. Some people do not have life so easy.
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