Category Klinefelter’s

Aspergers vs Klinefelter’s (Part II)

Growing up, I was unaware there was anything different about me except for the fact that (a) I had virtually no friends or friendships didn’t last very long; (b) that I was bullied for 10 years (from the age of… Continue Reading →

Aspergers vs Klinefelter’s (Part I)

In 2018, at the age of 52 I was diagnosed with High Functioning Autism (or as I prefer, Aspergers). Due to having a pre-existing condition, namely Klinefelter’s Syndrome, which I was diagnosed with in late 2015, at the age of… Continue Reading →

Mental Health and Exercise

Mental Health and Exercise has long been a topic of discussion and none more so since the first Covid-19 lockdown in March 2020. When the Covid-19 lockdown was put into place in March 2020, no gyms were allowed to open;… Continue Reading →

Yes You Can …

Can you lose weight and build muscle with Klinefelter’s? The simple answer is YES! … but to do so, will require determination and willpower to lose the weight and time to build the muscle. Being diagnosed and prescribed TRT does… Continue Reading →

KS and Oestrogen

Pre-diagnosis with Klinefelter’s, I never paid any attention to either my testosterone or oestrogen levels. I just assumed that everything was working correctly even though I always struggled to gain the tiniest amount of muscle. I could however, build strength… Continue Reading →

Fitness Training and Klinefelters – pt2

In Fitness Training and Klinefelter’s – pt1 I spoke about why people with Klinefelter’s should exercise, dismissing the falsehoods and fake ideas that people with KS shouldn’t or can’t exercise due to the underlying health conditions that potentially affect KS…. Continue Reading →

Klinefelter’s Syndrome

What is it? In simplistic terms Klinefelter’s Syndrome (KS) is a genetic condition where a male is born with an extra X chromosome. This extra X chromosome can cause a very wide range of serious health conditions and presents a… Continue Reading →

Weight Loss and Klinefelter’s – Intro

The single biggest issue that Klinefelter’s Syndrome people suffer from (besides infertility) is obesity; however, unlike the normal definition of obese – you’re more “skinny fat”, where your shoulders, chest, arms and legs are normal, you’re generally quite fit but… Continue Reading →

Private Hormone Clinics

Normally when you are diagnosed with Klinefelters Syndrome, your first port of call is with the NHS system (UK). Endocrinologists that specialise in KS within the NHS are few and far between. They tend to be diabetes endo’s which cover… Continue Reading →

Weight Loss and Klinefelter’s – Trial

On June 1st I become a guinea pig for my own formula. The formula is a mix of ingredients that are available worldwide, some easy to obtain, others not so. I weighed myself, took my waist and chest measurements and… Continue Reading →

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