Klinefelter’s Syndrome and Children
If you have just received a diagnosis of Klinefelter’s Syndrome (KS) for your child or unborn baby you have come to the right place for reliable information and friendly support.
The most important thing to remember is that KS has a very wide range of effects, the severity of which varies considerably from person to person. Many of our members are successful in their chosen fields of employment and in their personal relationship but others struggled at school, find it difficult to maintain relationships and may need some level of support throughout their lives.
However we do know that early diagnosis and appropriate support can make a huge difference, so your child is one of the lucky ones!
- An Introduction to Klinefelter’s Syndrome
- Klinefelter’s Syndrome or XXY
- Scientific Background
- Health Issues
- Common Symptoms
- Fertility Options
- Informed Consent
- The Future
- Frequently Asked Questions (members only)
- eXtra Klinefelter’s Syndrome – Information for Teachers & Parents (members only)
- Useful links (members only)
If you would like to talk to someone please call our Helpline: 0300 111 47 48.
Please remember that as the KSA is run entirely by volunteers, sometimes there may not be anyone available to take your call. Please leave a message with your email address or phone number (landline, if possible) and we will get back to you.