Turner's syndrome develop gynecomastia?

Turner’s syndrome develop gynecomastia?

Turner Syndrome is a genetic condition that affects females and is caused by the complete or partial absence of one X chromosome. Gynecomastia, which is the development of breast tissue in males, is not a common symptom of Turner Syndrome as individuals with this condition typically have underdeveloped or absent breasts due to the absence of ovarian development. However, there are some rare cases where individuals with Turner Syndrome may develop breast tissue due to hormonal imbalances or other underlying medical conditions. In general, gynecomastia is more commonly seen in males due to hormonal imbalances, medications, or other medical conditions affecting the endocrine system. If a person with Turner Syndrome experiences breast development, it is important to discuss this symptom with their healthcare provider to determine the underlying cause and appropriate treatment.