There is no medicine that can change a person’s gender in the womb. Gender is determined by a combination of factors, including chromosomes, hormones, and genes. Once a person is born, their gender identity may develop differently from their assigned sex. This is called being transgender.

There are some medications that can be used to treat transgender people, but these medications do not change a person’s gender. For example, estrogen can be used to feminize the body of a transgender woman, but it does not change her chromosomes or genes.

There is some research being done on ways to change a person’s gender in the womb, but this research is still in its early stages. It is not clear if or when any of these methods will be safe or effective.

It is important to remember that gender is not binary. There are many different ways to be a man or a woman, and there are many people who do not identify as either gender. If you are transgender, there are resources available to help you. You can talk to a doctor or therapist, or you can connect with other transgender people through support groups or online forums.

Here are some resources that you may find helpful:
⦁ The Trevor Project:
⦁ Trans Lifeline:
⦁ World Professional Association for Transgender Health:

⦁ As of my knowledge cutoff in September 2021, there is no medication available to change the gender of a fetus in the womb. The biological sex of a fetus is determined by the chromosomes inherited from the parents at the time of conception. In typical human development, individuals with XX chromosomes are assigned female at birth, while individuals with XY chromosomes are assigned male.

⦁ Gender identity, on the other hand, is a deeply personal and individual experience that may or may not align with the assigned sex at birth. Gender identity is not influenced or changed by medication or external factors.

⦁ It’s important to note that any medical decisions or interventions related to gender or sexual development should be discussed with qualified healthcare professionals who specialize in transgender healthcare or reproductive medicine. They can provide appropriate guidance and support based on the specific circumstances and needs of the individual involved.