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Back to Turner syndrome. Almost all girls with Turner syndrome will grow up to be shorter than average, with underdeveloped ovaries. Girls with Turner syndrome also have distinctive features and associated health conditions, some of which may be apparent from birth. They may be born with swollen hands and feet, caused by a build-up of excess fluid lymphoedema in the surrounding tissues, but this usually clears soon after birth. Babies with Turner syndrome may grow at a normal rate until they're 3 years old. After this, their growth slows down.
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Delayed puberty in girls occurs when breasts don't develop by age 13 or menstrual periods do not begin by age Puberty changes occur when the body starts making sex hormones. These changes normally begin to appear in girls between ages 8 to 14 years old. With delayed puberty, these changes either don't occur, or if they do, they don't progress normally.
Puberty starts when the pituitary gland begins to produce two hormones , luteinizing hormone called LH and follicle-stimulating hormone called FSH , which cause the ovaries to enlarge and begin producing estrogens. The growth spurt starts shortly after breasts begin to develop, and the first menstrual cycle begins about years later. A girl who has not started to have breast development by the age of 13 is considered to be delayed. Some girls with delayed puberty are simply late maturers, but once they start, puberty will progress normally.