Treatment and care will depend on the condition. Some patients will present with skin conditions along with the reproductive sex disorders. In these cases local or topical treatments may provide symptomatic relief. Shampoos or oils may be helpful for topical treatment. In some cases reconstructive surgery may be used to restore a more uniform cosmetic appearance in animals with deformed reproductive organs.
The removal of an overly large clitoris (part of the female reproductive organ) may be necessary, especially if it is causing trauma to your cat. Sterilization may be necessary for the prevention of later complications, including recurring urinary tract infections.
Living and Management
Most animals recover well from surgical and other procedures that are done to improve their cosmetic and physical health. Avoiding synthetic hormones, including progesterone, estrogen, or androgen, may be advised, depending on the type of sexual development disorder your cat has.
The sex organ of male animals; used in the production of sperm
Something that is artificially created
The name for the reproductive organs
The type of female hormone produced in the ovaries that contributes to sex drive and female characteristics
A hormone that is created at the time of pregnancy