We have been seeing three trends with new member posts. Some of that activity has resulted in smaller number of responses to those new threads.
1. The initial threads are way too long. Some of them do not space for paragraphs. This makes it hard reDing and many folks don't even read those. You should be short summarize your situation and follow our guidelines for making effective posts.
2. Too much alarm. Using HELP , NEED HELP NOW, Respond ASAP, etc. Trust me those types of subject lines will not bring any more attention to that thread.
3. Looking for medical advice or a diagnosis of the problem. First there are no medical proffessional members on this forum side and it is forum violation to provide any type of medical advice
I strongly encourage all new members to read our forum rules and become familiar with our FAQ.
I realize that you registered because you are in pain and looking for some help and support. Taking a little time to become familiar on how to use our forums will go a long way. It can make the difference between receiving several responses to you question and concerns Verdi not having anyone respond.
Ron DiLauro Veritas-Health Forums Manager I am not a medical professional. I comment on personal experiences