In February 2017, American triathlete Beth Gerdes was given a 2-year suspension for presence of ostarine, and American triathlete Lauren Barnett was given a 6-month suspension for the presence of Ostarine. Both triathletes claimed contamination from salt tablet supplements. Lauren Barnett was able to provide tablets and sealed bottle tablets which both tested positive for contamination, thus only the 6-month suspension. The 2-year suspension still stands for Beth Gerdes who provided tablets for testing, but tests showed only low levels of ostarine not high enough to confirm the finding. 
Sometimes, only a proportion of cells have this chromosomal make-up, while the remaining cells have the normal female XX chromosomes. This condition is referred to as Mosaic Turner Syndrome. Girls with these forms often show fewer of the physical features, and may be more likely to display signs of sexual development of their own accord, although they are unlikely to develop fully or to menstruate. The extent of the short stature, however, is not related to the specific karyotype, so any girl with short stature of unknown cause should have a chromosome analysis.