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I'm Honored to Be a TS Butterfly! - by Lindsay Wright

At my kindergarten graduation, my parents noticed that I was quite a bit smaller than my classmates (their feet could touch the floor when they sat in a chair, and mine couldn’t). After my pediatrician referred me to an endocrinologist, it was discovered that I had Mosaic Turner syndrome (TS). I took growth hormone shots from the time I was in first grade until I was 15. I am now 36 years old, married, and I teach kindergarten through second grade special education.

My TS experience has helped me better relate to my students and understand their needs. I am honored to be a TS butterfly!


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