Below is a list of patient education resources where you can learn more about Klinefelter syndrome. If you have questions or concerns, ask your care team.
- The Association for X and Y Chromosome Variations (AXYS)
An advocacy, education and support organization for people with X and Y chromosome variations and their families. You will also find information about regional support groups, including the New England XXY Support Group (NEXXYS).
- The Hormone Health Network
An online resource to help you and your providers have more informed discussions about hormone health. Has both general information and information specific to Klinefelter syndrome.
- Genetic and Rare Diseases Information Center (GARD)
GARD is a government-funded program that provides public access to current, reliable and easy-to-understand information about rare or genetic diseases. Get information specific to Klinefelter syndrome.
Websites and Blogs
- Living with XXY
Blogger and Klinefelter syndrome advocate Ryan Bregante shares his story and tips for living with the condition.
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