Tim was told by his transplant team he did not need to take any antibiotics before dental work unless he had needed to before transplant.
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@shelly63 good idea in joining the organization. Sometimes something local gets better results. (Just my thoughts.) Do you belong to a church? That could also be a help.
Have you appealed the disability denial? I know sometimes you have to apply 2-3 times before it's approved.
Michelle, that is a scary situation. Do you have friends or family that can help you? One person doesn't have to give you all of it, but if several could help, or maybe they could do a fundraiser for you.
Just some thoughts
Blessings and prayers you get the help you need.
@leross21 you can do this!! There are a lot of videos on YouTube. I recommend Leslie Sansone as a good starting point as she has shorter walks. (15 minutes or so) Jessica Smith also has some good videos on there that are called 1 mile walk and talk. They also least about 15 minutes. Otherwise, put on some of your favorite music and dance! It will do wonders for your mood and it's great exercise, plus it's free! 🙂
If you specifically want a 5k training there are several Couch to 5k trainings out there. Just do a search for it.
If course talk to your doctor first and get his recommendation. I can't wait to hear your updates.
@threerrr3 congratulations on your upcoming transplant! When my husband's had his liver transplant last July he was on lifting restrictions for 4 months. He is still careful now with lifting if he is turning with the weight.
Best of luck and blessings,
@rosemarya I'll give you our Tim update. He has been doing speech for his chemo brain for about a month now. I have seen improvement! (Some days are definitely better than others.) My goal is for him to be doing well enough that I'll feel comfortable leaving him for a few days so I can help our daughter after our grandchild arrives the end of March!