Klinefelter’s Syndrome for Medical Professionals
Klinefelter’s Syndrome (KS) isn’t rare – but it is rarely diagnosed.
It is a common congenital condition which is found in around 1 in 600 live male births and is caused by the presence of one or more additional sex chromosomes.
Although it is generally associated with males, there appear to be a number who identify as both male and female, as neither male nor female or as female.
- Free access to Members Only area
- An Introduction to Klinefelter’s Syndrome
- About the Klinefelter’s Syndrome Association
- Klinefelter’s Syndrome or XXY
- Health Issues
- Common Symptoms in Adults
- Common Symptoms in Children
- Fertility Options
- Gender Issues
- Informed Consent