48, XXYY Syndrome

Patient Assistance Programs for 48, XXYY Syndrome

48, XXYY Syndrome


A genetic disorder called 48, XXYY affects males and is characterized by an added sex chromosome compared to a typical 46, XY male karyotype.

ASP Health helps patients who need prescription drugs and/or medical equipment to get them through the help of pharmaceutical company assistance programs or government-funded programs.

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Symptoms of 48, XXYY Syndrome


In infancy, children often show signs of delayed milestones like speech and motor skills, as well as certain medical features. These may include hypotonia (low muscle tone), feeding disorders, the appearance of teeth delayed, and crossed eyes. The neck may also be twisted.

A fold of skin covering the inner corner of the eye (epicanthal fold), an abnormally wide distance between the eyes (hypertelorism), and a bent or curved 5th finger (clinodactyly) are other physical characteristics.

Several other medical conditions are associated with 48, XXYY syndrome, including epilepsy, tremors, asthma/allergies, significant dental problems, gastrointestinal problems, joint laxity, sleep apnea, thrombosis, and type 2 diabetes. Another physical feature that is more noticeable during adolescence is tall stature.

Almost universally, microorchidism and the resulting testicular dysfunction cause hypergonadotropic hypogonadism (low testosterone levels) that starts in adolescence and persists throughout life.


Causes of 48, XXYY Syndrome


In 48, XXYY syndrome males have an extra X and Y chromosome as a result of a nondisjunction error occurring during the egg or sperm cell division.


Affected Population

The occurrence rate of 48, XXYY is 1/18,000 to 1/50,000 male births.


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What ASP Health Offers?


Healthcare is becoming costlier day by day. Many Americans skipped their medications for a living. Many healthcare foundations and pharmaceutical companies offer co-pay and patient assistance services that make the medication available to people who cannot afford to buy their medicines.

Patient assistance or prescription assistance programs provide care for those who cannot afford medicines. Prescription drugs/ medications are available to the needy at a discount, very low cost, or no cost.

The amount of information required varies with programs. It is free to apply. You can reach out to us if you have any questions or concerns.

ASP Health is here to help you. We'll work with you on anything from filling out forms, to picking the right medication for your condition.

Call ASP Health at 702-551-5212 to get the help you need today.