What are Signs of Turner Syndrome?

Turner syndrome (TS) affects women and girls differently. Some have all of the signs, while some have only a few. Some signs of TS include:

  • Height that is usually under five feet tall
  • Droopy eyelids
  • Eyes that drift inward (toward the nose) or outward (toward the ear)
  • Ears that sit low on the head
  • Hairline that is set low on the head
  • Webbed neck (extra skin on either side of the neck)
  • Arms or feet that are puffy at birth
  • Stocky appearance (broad chest, narrow hips)
  • High-arched roof of the mouth
  • Teeth that are crowded together

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