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  1. GrannySue, it was something technical that I was questioning, but it seems to have fixed itself.
  2. Clearly, something not right. Set at 'all activity' a newbies post didn't come up.
  3. I've also had a warning when posting the new topic, as there was an error. I didn't manage to see what code it was. Next time I'll take notice.
  4. Hi, When I look at "all activity" I don't seem to be picking all activity up. I notice that suff is missed off, when I look at the forum in general. I played around a bit to see if I've filtered something out, but couldnt see why there was a problem. I'm just not seeing all activity without going searching for it. Either than of I'm getting old!
  5. 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.
  6. My doctor said the more you check the area the more tender it gets. If you are anxious and worried you could be over-checking the area. I think it is the case of check it and then leave it alone for a month or a few weeks. Also check in the mirror their is no puckering or rash and then leave it alone. Anxiety can cause breast pain! The following has come from the UK's nhs site. Evening primrose oil is often recommended as a treatment for breast pain. A dose of 1-2gms of Evening Primrose oil each day for a period of 6 weeks is required before benefit can be assessed. Impr
  7. Personally I would wait six weeks before getting it checked out. Mine took six weeks to go and I was worried. I was also told by the doctor that breast cancer does not normally show up as tenderness/discomfort.
  8. Sherri - how long have you had a sensation or tenderness in the nipple? If its is under six weeks then I would wait a bit to see if it goes away.
  9. The is something called non-cyclical breast pain, which if I remember rightly is not caused by hormones. I had a strange pain/ discomfort in one breast. The doctor suggested take vitamin E and evening primrose oil, but she did not mentioned the dosage. Mine went within weeks of starting only one of these vitamins. (It might eventually gone by itself even without taking the vitamin.) Breast pain can also be caused by stress and anxiety.
  10. Mary, I'm sorry to hear that you and your loved ones are having such a rough time. I will say a prayer too.
  11. Ok it works on the iPad and I can see how it should look. I can't get the same result on my pc. When I managed to get the blue empty quote box in a previous message I'd had used the quote icon from the group of icons. Looks like if I want to quote I need to use my iPad.
  12. Well I can't work it out, so I'm going to come back to it another day. I seem to have the same problem as Jenn54. I wonder if it is some personal setting that is not right.
  13. Ignore this post. I'm trying to work out how to copy a quote. So I having a play around until I get it right. (I didn't manage to quote!) I try one more time. For some reason I can't get it to work.
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