What Are the Signs and Symptoms?

Girls having turner syndrome are shorter than their peers, with an average height of four feet seven inches and also with other related physical features. This includes,

  • Webbing of the skin of the neck
  • Low hairline at the back of the head
  • Low set ears
  • Drooping of eyelids
  • Altered bone development in the bones of the hands and elbows
  • Lack of breast development at the age of 13
  • Irregular periods or absence of periods
  • Larger than usual number of moles on the skin.