Our capacity to love has expanded because of our son, Jack. Our vision with this xxy syndrome diagnosis guide is to provide hope & encouragement to parents or expectant parents to boys just like Jack. This practical guide is what helped us tremendously as we anticipated the arrival of our son & navigated his first year of life. Jack continues to thrive in all that we challenge him to, which is only indicative of his very bright future ahead. As parents, we couldn’t be more proud of our boy and couldn’t imagine our world without him! Jacks full story here.
*The “XXY Syndrome Diagnosis Guide” is based on my own experience and the content in not intended to be a substitute for professional medical advice, diagnosis, or treatment. Always seek the advice of your physician or other qualified health provider with any questions you have regarding Klinefelter Syndrome.
We live in Hawaii and have no access to a specialty clinic (xxy or otherwise). We have the basics in pediatrics, genetics/endocrinologist/etc, but nobody who knows XXY specifically. We would definitely make a trip to the west coast to visit our bring to visit a specialty clinic, so you have any recommendations?