Today Eli, mom and I had a four hour Zoom class about lung transplant with people from my care team at UW. They sent info over beforehand so we had materials to go over. Had to sign a few things. And we listened to four hours of what transplant life is like. It was incredibly informative and just renewed my excitement at the thought of life post transplant!
During the class they mentioned 'clubbing' of fingers and toes. Which is something that happens when people live with low oxygen levels for long lengths of time. I find it fascinating that my oxygen has anything to do with the size of my fingers and toes but I am constantly finding new things to amaze me about the human body. Anyway, some people in the class found it interesting so I am sharing a few images but feel free to scroll on by - my little piggies aren't the funnest things to look at. Especially now that they have huge clubs on the end of them. Haha!