What is Turner Syndrome? What is Monosomy X? How to manage it? Is it life threatening? What are the complications of turner’s syndrome? What are the precautions to be taken? What are the signs and symptoms? What is the cause of this disease? How to treat it? How can homeopathy help you? All of this answered, in this post and of course our doctors always there to help you. Just fill in your details in the form down below and we will answer all your questions for FREE!
What is turner’s syndrome?
Turner syndrome is a chromosomal abnormality in which all or part of one of sex chromosome is absent. Normal females have two X chromosome but in Turners one of sex chromosome is missing.
Turner syndrome affects the girl’s development.
Patients with Turner Syndrome have normal intelligence with good verbal and reading skills.
Commonly found in?
Turner syndrome only occurs in females.
What are the causes of turner’s syndrome?
Turner syndrome is a chromosomal condition caused by
Incomplete or missing X chromosome which alternates the development in females.
What are the symptoms of turner’s syndrome?
-swelling of the hands and feet
-High blood pressuree
-raised levels of luteinizing hormone (LH) and FSH
-eye problems (ptosis, cataract)
-ear problem (otitis media)
What hormones are elevated in Turner’s syndrome?
Gonadotropin levels, particularly follicle – stimulating hormones (FSH) and luteinizing hormone (LH) are elevated in turner’s syndrome.
Can a woman with Turner’s syndrome have a baby?
Women with Turner’s syndrome have trouble in conceiving naturally.
Can Turner syndrome be cured?
There is no cure for turner’s syndrome, treatment only help to minimize the symptoms only.
Who is most likely to get Turner syndrome?
Turner syndrome is one of the most common chromosomal disorder and is most common genetic disorder of females.
Does Turner cause infertility?
Infertility is a one of the common aspects of Turner’s syndrome(TS).
Investigations for turner’s syndrome?
Physical examination i.e. short stature and the lack of the development of the ovaries.
-Blood test–chromosomal analysis also known as karyotyping
Treatment of turner’s syndrome?
-Growth hormones injections
-Hormone replacement therapy
Complications of turner’s syndrome?
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