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By Isabelle Loynes and Anna Hodgekiss. A teenager has spoken of her 'total shock' at being told at the age of 17 she had no vagina. Jacqui Beck, 19, has MRKH, an rare syndrome which affects the reproductive system - meaning she has no womb, cervix or vaginal opening. She was only diagnosed after she went to her GP about back pain - and mentioned in passing that she hadn't started her periods. Shock: Jacqui Beck was told at the age of 17 she had no vagina. She was diagnosed with MRKH, an unusual syndrome which affects the reproductive system - meaning she has no womb, cervix or vaginal opening. Tests revealed her condition and that where her vagina should be, there is simply an ident, or 'dimple' - meaning she is unable to have sex or carry her own child. Miss Beck, from the Isle of Wight, admits when she was first diagnosed, she felt 'like a freak'. All the things I had imagined doing suddenly got erased from my future. Unaware: Miss Beck explained she has a 'dimple' where her vagina should be so from the outside it looks normal - hence why the condition wasn't detected in her younger years.


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Skip navigation! Story from Health. Young girls are increasingly seeking surgery on their vaginas — known as labiaplasty — because of concerns over how they look. In some cases, girls as young as nine are asking for the operation despite having no medical need for it. But more than such girls had the surgery in , with more than of those under 15, according to NHS figures. Naomi Crouch, chair of the British Society for Paediatric and Adolescent Gynaecology, said that while GPs are referring increasing numbers of young girls for the operation, she has never come across a girl who needed it for medical reasons. De Zulueta told the BBC. It's very normal for the lips to protrude. One girl in her 20s, given the pseudonym Anna, told the BBC she considered having the surgery when she was 14 but later changed her mind — and was glad she did because she now realises she looks "totally normal". People around me were watching porn and I just had this idea that it should be symmetrical and not sticking out," she said.

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Please refresh the page and retry. She said: "Girls will sometimes come out with comments like, 'I just hate it, I just want it removed,' and for a girl to feel that way about any part of her body - especially a part that's intimate - is very upsetting. S he said she is yet to see a young girl who needs the operation. Paquita de Zulueta, a GP for more than 30 years, told the BBC that it is only in the past few years young women have been coming to her with concerns about the shape of their privates. She said: "I'm seeing young girls around 11, 12, 13 thinking there's something wrong with their vulva - that they're the wrong shape, the wrong size, and really expressing almost disgust. Unbelievable that any doctor would perform this surgery on a young girl! What a shame that young girls feel this way about their bodies. M s de Zulueta said it is the fault of pornography and social media. S he explained: "There isn't enough education and it should start really quite young, explaining that there is a range and that - just as we all look different in our faces - we all look different down there, and that's OK. Despite the industry being criticised for fueling insecurities, plastic surgeon Miles Berry defended the surgery.

Please refresh the page and retry. She said: "Girls will sometimes come out with comments like, 'I just hate it, I just want it removed,' and for a girl to feel that way about any part of her body - especially a part that's intimate - is very upsetting.

S he said she is yet to see a young girl who needs the operation. Paquita de Zulueta, a GP for more than 30 years, told the BBC that it is only in the past few years young women have been coming to her with concerns about the shape of their privates.

She said: "I'm seeing young girls around 11, 12, 13 thinking there's something wrong with their vulva - that they're the wrong shape, the wrong size, and really expressing almost disgust.

Unbelievable that any doctor would perform this surgery on a young girl! What a shame that young girls feel this way about their bodies.

M s de Zulueta said it is the fault of pornography and social media. S he explained: "There isn't enough education and it should start really quite young, explaining that there is a range and that - just as we all look different in our faces - we all look different down there, and that's OK. Despite the industry being criticised for fueling insecurities, plastic surgeon Miles Berry defended the surgery.

He told the BBC: "It can change people fundamentally, the feelings they have about themselves, their confidence and self-esteem. We urge you to turn off your ad blocker for The Telegraph website so that you can continue to access our quality content in the future. Visit our adblocking instructions page. Telegraph News. Naomi Crouch is a gynaecology specialist and she told the BBC about the worrying trend.

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