No. Babies do not have mature reproductive organs.
Surgery to get male reproductive organs and such.
Yes, they usually can before their surgery. A postop/former TS woman will not be able to get another woman pregnant since she lacks male reproductive organs.
by looking at their reproductive organs
the flower actually has both reproductive organs
Male and female are traditionally decided by their reproductive organs.
Assuming you mean ages 1-10...a girl can get pregnant once puberty hits and her reproductive organs start working, as in, once her ovaries start releasing eggs. Generally this happens anywhere between 10-13, it all depends on the girl, it's different for everyone.
Thomas Beatie is a man who went through a sex change and kept his female reproductive organs. He gave birth to a baby girl this year and is now pregnant with his second child.
Slugs are hermaphrodites, they have both female and male reproductive organs.
Slugs are hermaphrodites, they have both female and male reproductive organs. why?