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Youth Contributors

Social consciousness of Turner Syndrome is evident through our solid base of youth activists. TAKE ACTION and visit https://turnersyndromefoundation.org/volunteer/ to get involved.

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Meant to Live

Subscribe to our blog Ivy was diagnosed with Turner Syndrome at 16 weeks in utero. The doctors gave us no hope that she would live. But 20 weeks later, our little girl beat the 1% odds and came screaming into this world and she’s been a fighter ever since. After open heart surgery and 5 weeks in the hospital, she proved that she was meant to live. She’s sweet and equally is feisty and we couldn’t imagine our life without her. With that being said, our experience throughout my pregnancy was awful. As a medical professional myself, I was appalled at the lack of information and the advice we were

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Succeed in School

Every day two or more girls with TS are born in the United States. Resources are available to help these young scholars succeed.

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Turner Syndrome. Know the Signs.

Subscribe to our blog A list of Common Symptoms:Short staturedVerbally giftedLearning issuesFrequent earachesDelayed puberty ORDER A WINDOW DECAL FOR AWARENESS TAKE A CLOSER LOOK AT SHORT GIRLS WHAT IS TS? SYMPTOMS DIAGNOSING Discover more from Turner Syndrome Foundation Subscribe to get the latest posts sent to your email. Type your email… Subscribe

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