Phillip,this is the paediatric site on Health24 but I am pleased to be able to advise you. Thank you for your question which is such an important one. The features of Klinefelter's syndrome are usually irreversable but hormonal treatment using testoterone is often very helpful. You need to be seen and treated by an endocrine expert [called an endocrinologist] There are specialists in all the main centres in SA as well as at the teaching hospitals in the major cities.
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