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Possible Symptoms and Educational Information

Medical & educational symptoms to watch for when receiving a diagnosis of Klinefelter Syndrome or one of its related variants.

This section shows many of the possible symptoms associated with Klinefelter Syndrome, which is a spectrum disorder. Klinefelter Syndrome, or XXY, is a condition that occurs in 1 in 500 live male births. This condition has many possible symptoms.  Everyone with this condition is unique and does not generally have the same symptoms or to the same degree. Each of the below-linked pages lists symptoms that potentially will assist your doctor in diagnosing you or your son with this condition.  These symptoms can assist you in further identifying with this genetic condition.

The educational and additional information may assist your son’s educators in assessing and determining appropriate ways to help teach him. Again, Klinefelter Syndrome is a spectrum disorder; several of these symptoms may or may not occur with your child.

If you should run across any symptoms that you feel should be on one of the pages but are not currently listed, please inform me via email. Many of these symptoms can be a part of various other conditions. This is why diagnosing Klinefelter Syndrome or XXY is so difficult.  Some males are not diagnosed for many years, if at all. This information is designed to assist in the diagnosis of the condition.

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