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  • 02 - What happened Before and After I was Diagnosed with Klinefelter's Syndrome The original of this video has over 1600 views. This video is appreciated by the Medical Profession. The scumbags who run YouTube have determined in their f**ked up little minds that my harmless videos detailing their refusal to work and allow fair comment about thugs who harass and intimidate me on YouTube, who've been at it ever since I started on YouTube, will shut down soon the channel this video was originally on, which is why it's here, and on Facebook, free from the thugs who run YouTube, the YouTube Staff. Information not too many other XXY's are prepared to share, either they don't know, or they were diagnosed prenatally or to them it doesn't matter. In late 1975 I was diagnosed with Klinefelter's syndrome which was confirmed by Karyotype later in 1976. My visible symptoms at the time were very thin build, no musculature, no facial and sparse body hair, female pattern pubic hair, normal penile and scrotal development, small firm testes (or testicles if you prefer?) No breast tissue was present, my span was greater than my height (all these things are relevant), I was not over 6 feet tall, merely 5'8" and I had broader hips than chest. My complexion was very pale, anemic almost. The hidden symptoms revealed by blood tests were elevated LH (Luteinizing Hormone) and FSH (Follicle Stimulating Hormone) and low normal testosterone. LH tells the testes to make testosterone and increases if there is insufficient testosterone production, FSH tells the testes to make ...
  • What Tests Can Be Done after Miscarriage? Joseph A. Hill, III, MD, Fertility Centers of New England, talks about what tests can be done after miscarriage. 0:00:00.000,0:00:05.000 (text on screen): Ask the Expert 0:00:05.000,0:00:07.000 Fertility Authority. Your Most Trusted Source 0:00:07.000,0:00:10.000 What tests can be done after a miscarriage? 0:00:10.000,0:00:15.000 Joseph A. Hill, III, MD, Fertility Centers of New England: The evaluation for recurrent pregnancy loss consists of a peripheral parental blood karyotypes; 0:00:15.000,0:00:27.000 that is chromosomes in the couple; an anatomic assessment, and most commonly either a XXoffice cystoscopy (hysteroscopy?)XX, a sono-HSG or hysterosalpingogram. 0:00:27.000,0:00:36.000 That's for anatomic factors. For endocrine factors, a hormone profile on cycle day three, cycle day 10, and perhaps on cycle day 22. 0:00:36.000,0:00:38.000 These are blood tests that will be obtained. 0:00:38.000,0:00:43.000 For inflammatory factors, an endometrial biopsy, looking for a rare entity called endometritis, 0:00:43.000,0:00:47.000 which is an inflammatory condition of the lining of the uterus, might be worthwhile. 0:00:47.000,0:00:58.000 For women that have had losses; second-trimester losses, then a antiphosolipid antibodies, XXleukocyte anticoagulantXX may be in order, as well as a thrombophelia profile. 0:00:58.000,0:01:02.000 And these are genetic mutations that, thankfully, are relatively rare. 0:01:02.000,0:01:09.000 The median age of loss for those people are basically ...
  • How I was diagnosed with Klinefelter's syndrome Information not too many other XXY's are prepared to share, either they don't know, or they were diagnosed prenatally or to them it doesn't matter. In late 1975 I was diagnosed with Klinefelter's syndrome which was confirmed by Karyotype later in 1976. My visible symptoms at the time were very thin build, no musculature, no facial and sparse body hair, female pattern pubic hair, normal penile and scrotal development, small firm testes (or testicles if you prefer?) No breast tissue was present, my span was greater than my height (all these things are relevant), I was not over 6 feet tall, merely 5'8" and I had broader hips than chest. My complexion was very pale, anemic almost. The hidden symptoms revealed by blood tests were elevated LH (Luteinizing Hormone) and FSH (Follicle Stimulating Hormone) and low normal testosterone. LH tells the testes to make testosterone and increases if there is insufficient testosterone production, FSH tells the testes to make sperms and also increases when insufficient sperm is created. By mid 1976 I had testicular failure and had no testosterone production from my testes. I was 16.5 years old. It is estimated I developed Klinefelter's syndrome itself when I was 14 years old. You may be interested to know that testicular volume by age 16 ought to be somewhere between 15 and 25mls volume, mine at age 16 were 1.0mls volume. At that time I had my ejaculate tested and was found to have Azoospermia, which means I had no sperm at all. I began ...
  • Structural variants Jan Korbel 1000 Genomes Tutorial (part 5) More information: www.genome.gov
  • Klinefelters Syndrome Awareness Week, 14th -- 20th March Every Year KSA-UK: www.ksa- KS&A: GendersinX My personal account of my life being XXY with Klinefelter's syndrome: 47 About Me: Late in 1975 I was diagnosed with Klinefelter's syndrome which was confirmed by Karyotype later in 1976. My visible symptoms at the time were very thin build, no musculature, no facial and sparse body hair, female pattern pubic hair, normal penile and scrotal development, small firm testes (or testicles if you prefer?) No breast tissue was present, my span was greater than my height (all these things are relevant), I was not over 6 feet tall, merely 5'8" and I had broader hips than chest. My complexion was very pale, anemic almost. The hidden symptoms revealed by blood tests were elevated LH (Luteinizing Hormone) and FSH (Follicle Stimulating Hormone) and low normal testosterone. LH tells the testes to make testosterone and increases if there is insufficient testosterone production, FSH tells the testes to make sperms and also increases when insufficient sperm is created. By mid 1976 I had testicular failure and had no testosterone production from my testes. I was 16.5 years old. It is estimated I developed Klinefelter's syndrome itself when I was 14 years old. You may be interested to know that testicular volume by age 16 ought to be somewhere between 15 and 25mls volume, mine at age 16 were 1.0mls volume. At that time I had my ejaculate tested and was found to have Azoospermia, which means I had ...