Can males get turner's syndrome?

No. The simple answer is no. In the past, many males exhibited physical findings that closely resembled females with ts. This condition is now called noonan syndrome, described by dr.Noonan, a pediatric cardiologist. Btw, ns can affect males and females.
No. Turner syndrome is caused by an abnormal karyotype that contains only a single x chromosome and no y chromosome. It thus seen only in females.
No. Turner's syndrome is exclusively a disorder affecting females.