Are you trying to add a photo to your profile? If so:
Click the My Account link in the global header in the upper-right corner of your page, select "Change" next to "Picture" on the My Account page, and then browse your computer for the photo or image you want to display as your Profile Photo. Only one Profile Photo will be stored at a time. Any updated Profile Photo will overwrite the prior one.
If you want to add a photo to a post, click on the little camera icon up on the toolbar at the top of a message post - put in a link and your photo should pop into your post.
Please let me know if you have any more questions - and welcome!
Sore throat and painful teeth aren't on the list - you might have an infection or another health issue. If you are TTC, best to get any illness treated by your doctor.
If a home pregnancy test does not show you are pregnant (negative test), it is still possible that you may actually be pregnant . You should repeat the test in one week if your menstrual period has not started. If the repeat test is negative, probably you are not pregnant, but you should talk to your health professional about why you are not having periods.
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