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Noonan syndrome

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Other Names for this Disease
  • Female Pseudo-Turner Syndrome
  • Male Turner Syndrome
  • Noonan-Ehmke syndrome
  • Pseudo-Ullrich-Turner syndrome
  • Ullrich-Noonan syndrome
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  • My daughter has Noonan syndrome. She will be 15. I understand that the onset of puberty can be delayed in kids with NS, as it was with my daughter. She didn't enter puberty until she was into her 13th year. However, as she is approaching 15 she still has not begun her menstrual cycle. Is this normal or cause for concern? Click here for answer

  • I have Noonan syndrome. I would like to know who discovered this condition and in what year. Click here for answer

  • Where can I find information about life expectancy for Noonan Syndrome? Click here for answer

  • My granddaughter was diagnosed from a genetic blood test with Noonan syndrome, and has a mutation in the SOS1 gene. She is only 3 months old and has already had 3 operations due to stridor. She also has a heart murmur and pulmonary stenosis. She is not eating and has had to have a feeding tube. My daughter and son-in-law need help in knowing what is best to do for her. Click here for answer

  • Has there been any genetic link found between Noonan syndrome and cherubism? I have both, and no family history of either condition. My front teeth feel like they are being compressed and it is very painful, but nothing I read about cherubism mentions pain; is there information anywhere about this? Are there any good resources, or is there any research, that you could direct me to for more information? Click here for answer

  • Are males with Noonan syndrome able to father children? What is the risk to offspring of affected individuals? Click here for answer

Other Names for this Disease
  • Female Pseudo-Turner Syndrome
  • Male Turner Syndrome
  • Noonan-Ehmke syndrome
  • Pseudo-Ullrich-Turner syndrome
  • Ullrich-Noonan syndrome
See Disclaimer regarding information on this site. Some links on this page may take you to organizations outside of the National Institutes of Health.