I have always known there was something 'wrong' with me since I was in my early teens. I very rarely had a period, and my first one was when I was 17. Then it was maybe twice or so a year. Just since I've turned 27 I am finally on a regular cycle. Also, I look like I am 15 or 16yrs old. I had very bad problems getting through school. I was always picked on because I look so young and act different. I had a terrible time with my grades in Math, most of all. I could always write and read well, and I know I am moderately smart. It's just that I had a problem learning.
As I said, I do look a lot younger than my age. I have underdeveloped breasts and very light skin. I also have a stigmatism. I even feel like I'm still a teenager, even though I am an adult and married.
The one thing that made me weary of having this syndrome is that I did deliver a healthy baby when I was 23. The situation of becoming pregnant was not my choice. Afterwards, I was very shocked when I found out I was pregnant.
I somewhat remember my doctor telling me something about the possibility of not having any more children.
Anyway, I am just hoping someone can tell me what my symptoms are and if they are related to Turner's. I am not sure of the next step to take.
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