Although the diagnosis is made initially with the physical signs, it should be confirmed with a blood test called chromosomal karyotyping.
For growing girls with short stature, growth hormone therapy may help them grow better and increase their final height.
Hormone replacement therapy is usually started at the time of puberty to help them initiate puberty or go through pubertal changes. Female hormone replacement with oestrogen is also needed to maintain bone strength and prevent osteoporosis.
Every individual child requires her own personal assessment and advice about the management and treatment of the condition. You should speak to a doctor familiar with the care of Turner Syndrome regarding the treatment your child's needs.