Ask Caroline, a Macmillan Nurse working with people who have Leukaemia, Myelodysplasia...
Jane is a haematology nurse with extensive experience in stem cell and bone marrow...
She's come home from school with a cough, so while rubbing vicks on her feet (helps settle coughs) I've found a veruca! All I can think is how we've been walking on the same floors and I'm still on my heavy immunosuppressants plus steroids.
Someone talk me down haha
Oh Kirsty, don’t you just love them.
No answer for this one as I have never had a verruca but keeping clear of any infection is important so as always, call your Specialist Nurse to call it in.......... but I am sure you are good but best not put your feet in bleach.
Mike - Thehighlander
It always seems impossible until its done - Nelson Mandela
Oh heck, Kirsty! Kids, eh?!?!? however you might be ok, you never know.....hopefully all those meds might keep you verruca-free? But yes, call in and they will advise.
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