Phylis said she was going to let ya know, too. But, guess she is still having problems. I've been thru these 'tech' problems w/ WebMD over the yrs. The techs are Pretty good about trying to stay on top of it. Still frustrating. I notice no one else seems to have problems. Or at least haven't mentioned it. Hope it stays that way. And then Smooths out again for me & Phylis. You are A Terrific Moderator! I think I've said that B4? Still True. Thanks for being here for us. With Us! HUGS for You & Yours!
I replied to this post yesterday & the reply never showed. That's why I started a separate Discussion/Thread for Kath. Haylen, I know I ain't the only one having problems w/ posting replies & threads. Most times it take a few minutes for a Post/Reply to appear. I've read the 'warning' & I'm Patient, Waiting. But, Phylis, I Know, is having problems posting again. (Is anyone else reading this having problems, also?) I had to Post the jewelry site for Phylis & it took more than a few minutes. Some of my replies have taken over 30 minutes. Then, yesterday, didn't take at all.
It's getting Frustrating. Should I contact WebMD & Inform them or Can You let the techs Know there has been problems on this Board?
My Maiden name is Heck & I say "AW, Heck, Why Not? I think my daughter feels the same. In fact, They can have All of me, if need be. After all, I do qualify for multiple disorders. And Multiple Types & 'Suspect' Reasons of all 4. So, if scientists can use me to figure out what Docs Can't/Won't, Why Not! PPL in the future need Answers.
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