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    Connect your symptoms.
    Is it XLH?

    Connect symptoms of XLH
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    Learn how to manage XLH

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    Both living with XLH
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X-linked hypophosphatemia (XLH) is rare

XLH is a chronic condition that affects up to 1 in 20,000 people

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XLH is primarily an inherited condition, which means it runs in families.

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New symptoms of XLH may appear as you get older and can worsen or change over time.

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Individuals with XLH can continue to experience symptoms throughout their lives.

Start your XLH journey

connect the symptoms of xlh

Are you connecting the symptoms?

Learn about the signs and symptoms of this rare condition and how to get diagnosed.

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Manage your condition

Find out what you can do to manage XLH.

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Living with XLH

Find additional support through educational resources and connect with the XLH community.

Emily’s journey to diagnosis

“I learned my diagnosis when I was 33 years old because I realized there was something not quite right with my little girl. Her legs were very bowed, and I knew that something wasn’t right.”

Find out if your symptoms are connected to XLH.

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Emily holding her young daughter Isla, both living with XLH

Emily and her daughter Isla
Both living with XLH

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