Jazz Jennings Doing Well After Undergoing Bottom Surgery

After a long journey to get her dream surgery, Jazz Jennings is now recovering from her bottom surgery. It looks like she is doing well. People shared the details about how Jazz is doing now. Viewers knew this was coming, but Jazz didn’t tell them an exact date until recently. In a YouTube video, Jazz revealed her surgery would be June 26, 2018.

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Jazz gets her surgery

Jazz let the fans in on her battle during the last season of I Am Jazz. She had to lose a bit of weight before they would allow her to get this life-changing surgery. Jazz Jennings made it clear she has always felt like a girl. She wanted to be that in every single way.

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i’m doing great, thanks for all of the love and support💖

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Jazz went to her Instagram to share a picture with fans to let them know how she was doing and she looks amazing. Not many people can look that great right after going through surgery.

Jazz talks about upcoming surgery

She recently shared about her upcoming surgery on YouTube and said, “If I put out this information for people to see, they won’t need to ask anymore questions. And also, it’s educational within the community as well. A lot of parents who have transgender kids are like, ‘What do I do? I don’t know much about this process.’ And seeing our show kind of helps them figure out what steps they could take to help their kids and what the journey might look like in the future.” Jazz has been a great role model for people who feel the same as her.

Don’t miss watching it all on an upcoming season of I Am Jazz on TLC.

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