meekamunz155 karma2020-03-15 20:24:50 UTC
Do you keep distance from family?
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meekamunz129 karma2018-09-02 23:32:20 UTC
Na we don't have anyone writing speeding tickets in the UK, we have a complex invasive network of automated speed cameras to collect a stealth tax on drivers
Edit: sarcasm people, sarcasm. Expected more from the UK contingent of Reddit!
meekamunz26 karma2015-09-27 14:31:13 UTC
I was up camping in Yorkshire in the UK and only have a small tent for me and the wife, and yeah, had to leave the bikes outside. We had locks, but I still didn't like the feeling of my precious being out of sight and exposed to the elements.
Probably should have left the bikes outside and the wife in!
meekamunz10 karma2020-07-06 08:00:21 UTC
Kidney transplant (deceased donor) here, 15 years post transplant.
What I was always told is that it depends on a lot of factors, but the first year is the riskiest bit. Once you get through that it depends on a healthy lifestyle and adherence to medication. I was lucky that I was 22 when I had my transplant and my donor was 18 so I had a very healthy donor organ and I was young enough to recover quickly from surgery. Once you're through the first year, there really is no telling how long a transplant will survive, when I was transplanted there was a guy who'd just lost his transplant after 33 years. If I make it 30+ years on this transplant I would consider myself extremely lucky - I'm already very lucky to a have a transplant that has lasted 15.
meekamunz6 karma2020-03-15 20:24:06 UTC
I'm immunocompromised (transplant patient). I'm already staying in as much as possible (work from home, going out for a walk away from people). Should I avoid sharing a bed with my wife?
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