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Is someone with Turner's Syndrome considered intersex?

Linde

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Turner Syndrome (or Monosomy X)​

Rare chromosomal genetic syndrome with one X chromosome and no second sex chromosome (X or Y). In a person with Turner Syndrome, female sex characteristics are usually present, but underdeveloped compared to the typical female. The following signs are more common in people with Turner Syndrome than in the general population: short stature, lymphodema (swelling of hands and feet), broad chest and widely spaced nipples, low hairline, low-set ears, and infertility.
Chromosomes: X
Infant Appearance: Female
Puberty: Female, with possible infertility.
Emergency health concerns: None.
Long-term Health Concerns: Heart or kidney problems, hearing loss

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