Turner Syndrome only affects females and is a rare condition that affects 1 in 2000 people. Another main characteristic of the condition is that a person who has it is born with only one X chromosome. This happens in the womb when they are conceived, and is not linked to the mother’s age or lifestyle.
Turner Syndrome is a genetic condition and can be passed down through generations in a family. Women with Turner Syndrome also have issues with their fertility, with many having underdeveloped ovaries. This results in a lack of monthly periods and struggles to conceive.