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Well done on your daily drinking BedrockFred, one of the hardest, but most important things we all can do to keep the body systems working well.
Once you are looking in the wing mirror to look back at this part of life you will appreciate even more not having to go to the toilet at silly-o’clock.
During my Stem Cell Transplants I was retaining water so I was given stuff to make me go and it was always during the night....... next morning with no sleep my record of pee pots lined up on the floor was 11
Mike - Thehighlander
Some journeys take us far from home...... but some adventures lead us to our destiny - CS Lewis
Peter, not drank any alcohol since my diagnosis and not missing it at all
I was told by my haematologist it would be best to leave alcohol alone
I drink lots of water, caffeine free tea and coffee, sugar free squashes, caffeine free diet Pepsi, horlicks so plenty of variety
Got a couple of drinking bottles one is always by my side
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