Fans are concerned and ask candidly about Mia Robertson 14th surgical operation

Jase and Missy Robertson, who are well-known for their work on the reality television series “Duck Dynasty,” have expressed their wishes for their daughter Mia’s speedy recovery following her 14th operation to correct her cleft lip and palate. The surgery was performed on 18-year-old Mia last month, and she is currently recovering at home. Since Mia’s birth in 2004, which was followed by numerous surgeries, the family has experienced a great deal of hardship. Along with his father, Phil Robertson, and brother, Alan, he gave a brief update on his daughter’s progress on the most recent episode of Jase’s podcast “Unashamed.”. Jase expressed his happiness, saying Mia is doing well and has made progress. He is happy for his daughter’s advancement because he is a caring father.

The “Duck Dynasty” reality TV star Jase said, “Everything seems great, seems to be fine,” when asked about his daughter’s breathing. In addition, he told his podcast listeners that his daughter is now recovering at home despite the surgery taking longer than anticipated. Jase thanked everyone for their prayers and support for his family and praised his daughter for handling the situation like a champion.

Mia Roberts is an inspiration who wants to do something lovely for other people.

Mia Robertson is driven to assist those going through a similar situation in addition to her own struggles with cleft lip and palate. When asked about Mia’s desire to change the world, her mother remarked, “She wants to help other people. That, in my opinion, speaks not only of the greatness of this woman as a person, but also of the greatness of our God, who was able to recognize in a child, even before she was born, qualities that might influence others and draw them closer to Him. I shouldn’t be the one to question Him about that.

To raise awareness of cleft lip and palate and to aid children, families, and caregivers Mia established the Mia Moo Fund. These birth defects happen as a result of improper lip or mouth development in the womb. According to the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, Cleft lip with cleft palate occurs in about one in every 1,600 babies in the U.S.,
while cleft lip without cleft palate affects one in about 2,800 babies, and cleft palate without cleft lip affects one in about 1,700 babies.

The Mia Moo Fund has two objectives, according to Missy Robertson in a previous interview: to increase knowledge about the struggle faced by families with cleft lip and palate, and to help underprivileged families in the United States who can’t pay for medical expenses.

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