lifewithjensen said: Hey, I saw your posts on the tricuspid atresia tag. My 2 month old daughter has tricuspid atresia. I just wanted to say that I hope you're doing well. Seeing people with TA who are alive and well gives me hope for my daughters future. So, glad to see your posts.
Awww, my heart goes out to you and you’re daughter, after I got my 2 major surgery’s when I was 8 months I had a pretty normal life other then not being able to run around a lot with other kids. I didn’t start having heart problems till I was 12, I started having heart attacks for 2 years and got my first pacemaker on valentines day witch was a week before my 16th birthday. Not saying that this will happen to your child because everyone is different but I will say that being over weight like I am makes my heart have to work harder when its already working pretty hard. I do get sick way more then others and breathing in the winter is pretty hard, kids with TA also get dehydrated very easy. I’m sorry if what I’m saying scares you at all but I know those are things my doctors never told my mom could happen so the more info the better just in case these things do come up. I’m always here if you have questions too. I hope the best for your daughters life and let her be aware of her condition but don’t let it hold her back, we can do anything anyone else can do just in our own style! :)