Kallman Syndrome Symptoms

Kallman syndrome is a rare congenital disorder that prevents the release of certain hormone that can affect puberty in affected people. Delay in puberty will cause absence of secondary sex characteristics such as scanty pubic hair, micropenis (small penis) in males and absence of menstruation in females. Another distinct symptom of Kallman syndrome is that it may cause anosmia (inability to smell) and hyposmia (weak sense of smell).