Sarah’s passion and diligence to combat the lack of knowledge of Turner Syndrome and to help anyone in need is a source of great inspiration. TSF is grateful to have crossed paths with such an admirable person. We are delighted to introduce all of you to Sarah Soltes … this is her story!
Words can’t express what a privilege and honor it is to be the June featured volunteer. I absolutely can’t wait to continue to see where this journey leads me. By inspiring, and motivating others I inspire myself to continue pursuing my dreams. My only hope for the future is that I can continue to make a difference in other people’s lives. I would like to thank my family, and friends for their unwavering love, and support. Without out them I wouldn’t be where I am today. I am wishing everyone health, happiness, and all of the best.
|This is MY STORY… After you read my story I urge you to share yours.|
When I was born in 1989 there wasn’t a lot of knowledge about Turner Syndrome. When my mom went for her 20 week scheduled checkup, doctors immediately referred her to a Perinatologist to be evaluated. My heart was beating twice as fast as it was supposed to, and there was a lot of swelling in my hands, feet, and neck. I was diagnosed through amniocentesis. My parents were informed doctors considered the pregnancy not viable due to the risks… READ MORE HERE