HI everyone todays blog is a fact of the day! That fact of the day is that a mathematics learning disorder called Dyscalculia is found in about 50% in all turners syndrome girls. Thank you for reading and hope you enjoy! source: Turners Syndrome Global Alliance facebook page.
Hi and welcome back to another blog! the topic today is my surgery and doctor visits. To begin, as you may or may not know, I have bicuspid aortic stenosis and had surgery when I was two and a half. The surgeon told my parents that I will have to have another surgery in sixContinue reading “Doctor visits”
Hi everyone it’s Emma! Welcome back! Today’s topic will be about school and how school was for me. To start, I went to a Catholic school from kindergarten to fourth grade until my parents found out I have some learning disabilities. I went to public school from fifth grade to eighth grade. Then I wentContinue reading “schooling”
Hi everyone and welcome back! Today’s blog will be about driving. Driving has not been the easiest for me, I have struggled with Confidence behind the wheel, timing with yellow lights, turning and going in reverse this is all associated with some of my learning disabilities. I have failed both a permit and a behindContinue reading “Driving…”
Hi everyone! Welcome back to my Blog! Today’s blog is a fun fact! that fun fact is that Turners Syndrome Girls are about 4 feet 8 inches in height without growth hormone injections. enjoy and stay tuned for my next blog post!
Hello, my name is Emma, I am 18 years old living in Las Vegas Nevada. I am living with a medical condition called Turners Syndrome. For those of you who do not know what Turners Syndrome is, its a chromosomal disorder found in only girls and it affects the X chromosomes in females, to readContinue reading “Welcome”
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