Symptoms And Symptoms Of Klinefelter Syndrome

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My brother Jett Balanay was diagnosed with Klinefelter Syndrome. Klinefelter Syndrome is a genetic condition in which a male is born with an extra X chromosome. Instead of the normal forty-six X,Y chromosome of a male, Jett has forty-seven chromosomes which are X,X and Y. In my previous research I provided information about Klinefelter Syndrome, the signs and symptoms, the history of Klinefelter Syndrome, and a list of health care providers that are available to help treat males with Klinefelter Syndrome. This paper will provide detailed information about the three major facets when addressing treatment for males with Klinefelter Syndrome. The three major facets are hypogonadism “diminished hormonal or reproductive functioning in the testes or the ovaries,” gynecomastia “abnormal enlargement of the breast in a male,” and psychosocial problems “of or relating to the interaction between social and psychological factors” (Dictionary, 2015) One of the symptoms of Klinefelter Syndrome is infertility. Infertility is “The persistent inability to achieve conception and produce an offspring” (Houghton Mifflin Company, 2002). There are many options when it comes to treating infertility or hypogonadism, one of the options for treating hypogonadism is seeking treatment from a reproductive endocrinologist and infertility physician. Research states that males with Klinefelter Syndrome were considered infertile until the year 1996. Fifty percent of males with Klinefelter Syndrome

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