Oh huge hugs to you Donna! I'm so sorry you have had so much going on.The good things about
the oxygen is it's not as sensitive as one might think. I have been on it for 6 years and havn't blown anyone up yet! When I use my stove I cook like normal but when stick my head in the oven with all the heat I just throw my oxygen on the floor until I check up whatever I'm cooking. I remember people used to slowly move away from me when I was on oxygen. I've even dropped the tank out of my pack onto the concrete other then making people age 10 years it didn't do anything. I've even had 10 bottles in the car to go on a trip in arizona and it would be 120 degrees in the car when I'd go in shopping and I never had any problem.y biggest fear is if I have to had extra o2 with me and my bottle runs out and I switch the tank even though it says the tank is first it was obviously one that they messed! That's happened to me twice now. So you might want to check if the are full before you leave the house.
Just make sure you move as much as possible because like they say use them or lose them. Are they going to put you on a transplant list? Obiously it won't heal on it's own. I wish I would have known about
your problems I would have written and called. I think everyone needs a emergency number since we all know in one way or another what you are going through. Just hang tough, I'll be praying for you.
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