Mayer-Rokitansky-Küster-Hauser (MRKH) syndrome is a rare disorder in which the uterus and/or vagina are unable to develop properly. Individuals with this syndrome may have a normal ovarian function and external genitalia. However, the issue lies within the vagina and/or uterus.
The best solution to MRKH is the creation of a new vagina, known as the formation of a "neovagina".
Depending on the stage of underdevelopment, there may be options that do not require surgical procedures. However, surgery often offers quicker results with a minimum period of discomfort.