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  • Posted By: Anonymous
  • April 24, 2007
  • 04:11 AM

Is this blog for real? Am amazed at the advice on here.......Cant believe I have not found it till NOW??
Any advice on postings??

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  • Hello and welcome to our boards :There are two ways you can use the forums:1) As an unregistered user - ie completely anonymously2) As a registered userAs a registered users you have the added benefit of email notification regarding replies to your post from other forum visitors.The easiest way to get started is to take a look at what other people have posted first and then start joining in yourself.If you have a condition that you would like to write about (e.g. eye infection): 1. Find the most relevant forum for that condition (in this case the eyes forum). 2. Take a look at what others are writing about by clicking the links 3. If one of the existing thread is relevant to you the click on the POST REPLY button and write you post. I will then be added to that forum thread.If your (eye) problem is not covered by any of the existing threads, go back to the (eye) forum page and click on the NEW THREAD link to start your own post.Please remember that this is a public forum so keep it clean and please don't include any personally identifiable information.I hope this information helps to get you started, there is also a lot of useful information in the F.A.Q section.Regards,The Moderation Teamat WrongDiagnosis.com
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