Masculumgraviditate Disorder (MGD) is a bodily malfunction, much similar to a hermaphrodite, to which a male has a makeshift uteri located between the bladder and the ending of the colon (rectum). MGD is very rare, occurring in 1 in 3 males. Reverse MGD is not possible (i.e, a woman could not have makeshift testes or such). Males with MGD are often more feminine than the average male, with their brain and body structure being closer to a woman's. This being the case, most men become trans later in life, but not all of them. Males do not have a makeshift vaginal area.
The reason men can develop MGD is because of a mutation in the womb. They begin as females then their DNA takes an abrupt turn, making them biologically male. Some men never find out they have MGD until later in life. Most straight men never find out, while some homosexual men can find out about 2 weeks after intercourse (pregnancy).
Masculumgraviditate Disorder can be genetic or infected. The mutation DNA is c