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If you have klinefelter's syndrome and you have one testicle that was undescended, but one that descended normally can you have kids?

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Dr. James Ferguson
Pediatrics

In brief: Infertility is rule

With ks the testis remain small & testosterone production is
The structures needed to create sperm whither over time. If the individual is a mosaic (exceedingly rare) with normal genetic material in the testis there might be a possibility of reproduction. The basic answer;however, is no.

In brief: Infertility is rule

With ks the testis remain small & testosterone production is
The structures needed to create sperm whither over time. If the individual is a mosaic (exceedingly rare) with normal genetic material in the testis there might be a possibility of reproduction. The basic answer;however, is no.
Dr. James Ferguson
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Dr. Alan Falkoff
Family Medicine

In brief: Klinefelters

You do know this is a genetic chromosomal problem?

In brief: Klinefelters

You do know this is a genetic chromosomal problem?
Dr. Alan Falkoff
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