Girls with turner syndrome sex

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Turner syndrome, a condition that affects only females, results when one of the X chromosomes sex chromosomes is missing or partially missing. Turner syndrome can cause a variety of medical and developmental problems, including short height, failure of the ovaries to develop and heart defects. Turner syndrome may be diagnosed before birth prenatally , during infancy or in early childhood. Occasionally, in females with mild signs and symptoms of Turner syndrome, the diagnosis is delayed until the teen or young adult years.

Sexual Aspects of Women with Turner's Syndrome

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The aim of this study was to describe marital status, sexual history, and sexual functioning in a group of women with Turner syndrome, and to compare the results with general Swedish population data. The sample consists of 57 women over 18 years of age. Compared to population data, the women with Turner syndrome were less likely to have a partner and had had their sexual debut later. Single women differed more from the general population than did women with a partner, regarding sexual desire and sexual activity. Several women with a partner reported sexual problems, but unanimously reported being satisfied with their sex life and partner relationship. The level of sexual desire in women with Turner syndrome is discussed in relation to Levine's model of human sexual desire, where psychological and social motivational factors are considered in addition to a biologically based sexual drive Levine, Abstract The aim of this study was to describe marital status, sexual history, and sexual functioning in a group of women with Turner syndrome, and to compare the results with general Swedish population data.

Turner syndrome

Objective: The Phenotypical characteristics of women with Turner's Syndrome TS are well documented but information on their psychosocial communication is considerably poorer. Design: The purpose of the present study was to assess the aspects of sexual life in women with TS older than 18 years in Poland and to compare them with Polish women in general as well as with TS women in western European countries. Setting: Sexual attraction, initiation of sexual activity, age of sexual initiation, sensation of orgasm, reasons for not initiating sexual activity, marital status and marriage stability were analysed. Methods: Direct questioning method.
Background: Turner syndrome TS 45,X is associated with premature ovarian failure, usually occurring during childhood. Estrogen treatment is required for the development of secondary sexual characteristics and to maintain feminization. The present study aimed to determine the level of sexual activity in adult women with TS participating as volunteers in the NIH natural history study. Results were compared to gender-based norms, expressed as standardized area T-scores.