There is no cure or single treatment for fragile X syndrome, but those born with the condition may benefit from treatments meant to minimize their symptoms, according to Cleveland Clinic. These treatments often include a combination of therapies, educational services and drugs.
Fragile X syndrome is a genetic condition that causes intellectual disabilities as well as a range of physical characteristics, such as large ears, a long face and problems with connective tissues, according to the National Fragile X Syndrome Foundation.
Individuals with the disorder may be prescribed speech-language therapy, physical therapy and occupational therapy. Though the FDA has not approved any drugs specifically for the treatment of the syndrome, individual patients may be prescribed drugs to help with symptoms such as seizures, obsessive-compulsive disorder and sleep disturbances, explains Cleveland Clinic.