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Medical Info - YOUR status

Ladies and Gents;

If you edit your medical profile and add your medical status, it would help a LOT of us understand what your issues are, and as such, give better advice. By example, I see a person with a question, I like to click on the name or avatar to see what is going on with them - but nothing is there. It really might help you get better *more* informed help from us!! :)

Not a 'bad' mind you, but will stop some of the misunderstanding and lack of response. If we get a question like... "My back hurts, what can I do?" If you have had MRI's, CT's blood work etc., then we can better structure our answers, if there is nothing there, then *we* start asking never ending questions towards YOU as to what is going on, what tests, etc. Just a thought. :)

PCTF C4 - T2, Laminectomies C5, C6 & C7. Severe Palsy left arm/hand.
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