@jakedduck1– It's your salad- add whatever you want!
@fracturedd– It think that we are limited here too. I was stopped from flying internationally after proton radiation because of all the "bugs" that I could pick up- germs from an area I am unfamiliar with so would have no immunity to.
Double check with your PCP. and see what they think. It's your declension whether or not to chance a the risk.
And here is a real recipe!
How to Make Asparagus Tomato Salad:
Rinse the asparagus and tomatoes in water and cut off the bottoms of the asparagus spears, then cut them into thirds.
Bring a few cups of water to a boil on the stove, and boil asparagus for 5-7 minutes. Drain the asparagus and place in a bowl of ice water to keep asparagus from cooking more.
Cut cherry tomatoes in half, and the string cheese into bite-sized pieces.
In a large bowl, combine the cherry tomatoes, asparagus and string cheese pieces.
Pour the dressing over the top, add pepper and basil, and mix. Chill until ready to serve.
13 hours ago · Small lung nodules: How often should they be scanned / monitored? in Lung Health
@fracturedd– Good morning. I continue to be stunned at the preventable illnesses caused by callousness of the medical field. This is absolutely horrible and unforgivable that this happened to anyone. I don't know how anyone pulls through something like this emotionally.
Do you think that your hypertension is caused by your anxiety about this whole catastrophe or because you aren't getting the O2 that you need?
@fracturedd – Good morning. What an inspiration you are! Research and breakthroughs for lung diseases and cancer have come a long way but still have miles to go. We just have to take the best care of ourselves that we can and hope for the best. I feel the same way that you do, I feel terrific but when I go full steam ahead my lungs pull me back to reality.
The talc procedure actually uses talc powder to help prevent the build up of fluid. : https://www.uwhealth.org/uw-carbone-cancer-center/palliative-lung-procedures/11037
When did you have this procedure?