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How low can Becky go? Begging for a special "suit" for her mother's sensitivity to cold due to her chemo treatment reaches a new low.... even for her! All her mother needs is some warm clothes. Doesn't Becky have any money or even a credit card? I thought her husband was an IRS employee - or at least that's what she's said.
Below is an excerpt from an article dealing with
neurotoxicity exacerbated by cold temperatures. Nowhere in the article does it say anything about special clothing.... just a common sense approach. But with all the lies Becky tells, who knows if her mother even has this problem. For all we know it's just another sympathy ploy to extract money from her listeners.
So wise up people. Becky and Fred are just after your money. Stop and think about how she would be privy to any special intel. What is her background that would lend itself to people in "high places". Someone she met at the local bakery?
Tips for Cold Sensitivity Associated With Oxaliplatin
- Avoid ice and all cold beverages (and yes, ice cream too).
- Keep gloves next to the refrigerator for reaching in and getting items needed for cooking.
- Store room temperature beverages conveniently on your counter for easy access.
- Wear gloves if you're doing the grocery shopping to pick up items in the refrigerated/frozen section.
- Always wear socks (even to bed in case you have to get up to use the bathroom) to avoid cold tile/vinyl floors.
- Wear gloves outside and avoid metal hand railings or other cold objects.
- In winter, dress extra warm including gloves, hats, and scarves to cover your mouth and nose to minimize exposure to cold air. Do not breathe deeply when exposed to cold air.
@Ssmith wrote:...Someone she met at the local bakery?
Cracked me up! I suspect she spends a lot of time there.
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