Testosterone (T) and Estrogen (E) are hormones that cause big changes.
Some people make lots of these hormones; some people make less of them.
And bodies react differently to them.
For example, two bodies can have exactly the same hormone levels (T & E), and one develops as a girl and the other as a boy.
Each person’s puberty is different.
Two key things will help you understand what will happen (or has already happened) during puberty:
1.How much of T & E hormones are in your body? None/little, Some, Lots
2.How does your body react to them? None/little, Some, Lots
If you already know what DSD condition you have, it will help you answer these two questions for you. You can find these answers in Your Puberty