Morris syndrome cannot be cured because it is an irreversible genetic alteration. However, there are some treatments to try to compensate some of the deficiencies of these women and they can lead a life as normal as possible.
For example, a surgical intervention of the vagina or vaginal dilators in cases of very narrow vagina so that the woman can have sex normally. Calcium and vitamin D supplements are also needed to treat her lack of bone density. Another surgical intervention that may be necessary is the removal of atrophied testicles by gonadectomy to prevent the formation of tumors such as gonadoblastoma.
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Bachelor's Degree in Biotechnology from the Polytechnic University of Valencia (UPV). Embryologist specializing in Assisted Procreation, with a Master's Degree in Biotechnology of Human Assisted Reproduction from the University of Valencia (UV) and the Valencian Infertility Institute (IVI).