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ARLINGTON, S.D. (KELO) — An Arlington teen was lastly capable of spend time with associates this weekend for the primary time in over a 12 months.
Ana was identified with a uncommon illness that causes kidney failure, and she or he needed to be placed on dialysis final October. She obtained a brand new kidney on December 15th, after which was capable of go residence in mid-January.
“All the pieces goes very nicely. Her kidney is working higher than they might have ever hoped for,” Ana’s mother Angela stated.
Proper now, Ana has month-to-month check-ins along with her nephrologists at Sanford Well being in addition to her transplant group on the College of Minnesota Youngsters’s Hospital.
“The docs’ appointments are going to begin to get a bit bit extra rare,” Angela stated.
This weekend was the primary time she has been capable of spend time with associates in over a 12 months.
“Principally simply get to be round different folks and never need to take as a lot warning now that I’ve my first shot,” Ana stated.
“It’s actually nice as a result of now I can truly hang around along with her and never simply discuss to her over the cellphone,” Ana’s buddy Makenzie Dale stated.
Ana is particularly trying ahead to this summer time and faculty in-person this fall if she is ready.
“Most likely simply being there with my associates and attending to work together with folks my age,” she stated.
“Do I anticipate there’s going to be some bumps alongside the way in which, and it’s going to be a bit onerous to stroll again within the constructing after nearly two years of at residence college, however I’m assured that she’s prepared to return,” Angela stated.
The Negstads are grateful for the help they’ve obtained from the Arlington group.
“It’s very a lot appreciated,” Angela stated.
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