Is your girl really short? It might be Turner syndrome

Girls with Turner syndrome grow normally up to around the age of five when their height starts to stagnate. — Jakarta Post/ANN

Growing up, Anusiny Janarthanan never gave too much thought to her short stature as she assumed it was familial.

After all, both her parents are short. Her older sister, though a little taller than their mother, stands at 155cm.

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