Perhaps you are a parent of an XXY child and seeking answers to some puzzling questions, or perhaps the child is having a difficult time with Testosterone and you are trying to understand why. From the experiences of XXY’s who contribute here, we hope you will gain greater insight toward the impact Testosterone can have on an XXY body and in the process come to realise hormones are not the be-all and end-all, and that more positive outcomes are possible when the child is fully informed of what is expected of them. Additionally, we hope your overall experience will be positive and you will share this with others.
Perhaps you are an XXY Adult who has been using Testosterone for many years, and you like the impact its had on your overall self, you might describe it as the missing piece of the jigsaw and wish you had been able to access Testosterone when you were much younger, as it may have offset identity and social isolation issues you had to the point of diagnoses and subsequent access to it.
Perhaps you are an XXY Adult who found Testosterone unsettling that it turned your life upside down, and your doctor didn’t understand that rejection. Perhaps as a consequence of Testosterone, it exposed you to Gender Dysphoria and support networks you had in place to that point were hopeless in terms of understanding and support. Perhaps you were able to seek out newer networks and things are better now, or perhaps you didn’t and life is not what you would like it to be.
Perhaps you are an XXY Adult who through using Testosterone have come to reject a “Male” identity but, do not see yourself as Female either, perhaps Gender Queer, Non-Binary, perhaps you are still searching.
Or perhaps you are simply curious about XXY or might know of someone who is and you would like to better support that person. Perhaps you might believe yourself to be XXY.
Whatever the reason that brought you here, we hope the experience will be one of enlightenment and make you realise the broad spectrum of life that being XXY entails, that every person regardless of how they see or live their life is more than worthy of that existence and all that each of us can and should do, is live our lives to the best of our abilities wherever that should lead us.
This site is for educational purposes only and is not meant to serve as medical advice. We would caution anyone against using the information, in place of seeking real time medical or mental health support. The information should not be considered complete or exhaustive. Do not use the information to diagnose or treat any medical condition. We strongly encourage you to take the information presented here and discuss it with your treatment providers. If you are not satisfied with their response, we would encourage you to seek out additional opinions until you find the answers that are right for you