My wife is 28 yr old. She has symptoms of turner's syndrome. Now she is having normal periods. But she is not getting pregnant. Is it possible for her to conceive without a donated egg or embryo?

You aren’t clear if your wife

You aren’t clear if your wife has been diagnosed with Turner syndrome (TS), a chromosomal condition that describes girls and women with common features that are caused by complete or partial absence of the second sex chromosome. An accurate diagnosis is important to address other health-related issues.
The most common fertility solution for TS women is adoption. At this time, assisted reproduction technology options for TS women who wish to become pregnant is discouraged from specific medial specialists due to the increased rate of mortality related to cardiac issues. For more information on Turner’s Syndrome, the Turner Syndrome Society has a wealth of information. Go to:


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