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@resawaller I know people that have had that surgery for chiari. It has helped both of them. Of course, the thought of having this surgery is terrifying. But it truly does help.
Sun, Aug 18 2:26pm · Your best tips for raw food safety post transplant. in Transplants
@gaylea1 it's the bacteria that could be on the outside that is introduced to the inside by the knife when you cut it. The more smooth the rind or skin on the melon the easier it is to wash of the bacteria. Pineapple and cantaloupe/muskmelon are rough on the outside and harder to clean.
Our school didn't have air and I grew up without it, too. We'd drink from the hose and swim in the lake. We'd also play outside all day and sit in the shade to cool off. If it was hot at night we'd sleep on the floor in the living room in front of a box fan.
@des46893 my husband is almost 14 months post transplant. He has some days where he is more tired than others, but it's not daily. I agree with trying to get more exercise. It's proven that the more you move the more energy you have.
Also, I agree that you should talk to your care team and your family practice doctor, if you haven't. It could be related to something else.
The schools around here all have air conditioning in them. Our local school had it in the elementary first, so if it was going to be really hot the first few days of school they would get out early since the high school didn't have it.