@rosemarya, first of all thanks for mentoring and 2nd, much appreciation that you shared this and 3rd, grateful for your kind words. You're an inspiration!
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2marvijsturing, I hear you about enjoying life. I made a pact with a friend and neighbor,I will buy one Roma tomato a month, take two small slices (which my neph approved because that's not a lot of P & K) and give my friend the rest of the tomato. One sandwich a month with 2 tiny tomato slices neph said would be ok but I don't trust myself to have a whole tomato in my kitchen!
Whatever decision is reached about your transplant, I'm pulling for you and wish you the best of outcomes and am sending you healing thoughts and positive vibes.
@gaybinator, thank you. I was using the terms interchangeably, which wasn't accurate. You're absolutely right, a graft and a fistula are two different things- a fistula uses your own vasculature exclusively while a graft connects artery and vein with "tubing."