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    The boards are finished indexing now and (most) everything should be working now. There are many new features, including "Recommendations and Reputations". To use this, look at the bottom right of any post. You'll see a heart icon. You can click on that to "like" a post or expand it for other options. There are no negative icons, only positive:) I may be adding more later.
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    Well I thought I’d been through it all with PM but I have a new symptom. Breast tenderness. It’s really freaking me out. I’ve had a ropey feeling thing in my right breast for about three years or at least that’s when I first noticed it. It seems to swell and deflate with my cycles. This cycle it is inflamed, hurts, as do my ribs on that side. My nipples are also extremely sensitive and I have blue veins erupting all over my freaking body!!! What the??? Went to my GP and she again offered Xanax and did a thorough breast exam as I refuse to get a mammogram. She didn’t feel anything funky and didn’t seem concerned about the ropey thing. To calm me though, she did order a breast ultrasound which is this Wednesday and my anxiety is through the roof just thinking about it. I don’t think I can do this you guys. Has anyone else experienced this?
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    Sherri1964, I think it understandable why you've developed health anxiety, especially after the loss of your friend. I many of us start to worry when we have health issues. Have you considered having health anxiety therapy, since your concerns have gone on quite a while? Sherri1974, you were only took HRT on off for two years, It really not that long. (My mother took hrt to for ten years.) You've probably heard of Claire Week's 'Self Help for Your Nerves'. In the book the author reminds people to let time pass. If you've never read the book you probably can find a free pdf. When I had breast pain issues my GP told me to resist over-checking, as it can make the area tender. I hope it has all improved.

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