10 Symptoms of Klinefelter Syndrome

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Symptom #2: Quietness

Even before they are able to utter their first words, babies still tend to be very vocal. Of course, they tend to cry a lot, but they also tend to laugh and make a lot of other sounds. These sounds are the precursors to speech, as they begin to exercise their ability to make the right noises.

Babies with Klinefelter syndrome, however, are likely to be considerably quieter than other babies. It’s not that they are completely silent, and they can certainly still cry, but they are likely to be considerably less “chatty.” It is something that is not always noticeable but is worth getting checked out when it is noticed.

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