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IBS or NOT?!
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julez67 posted:
Hi! My name is Julie and I am desperate for some help! I even worked in health care and feel as if I can write a book on digetive disorders, but I can't!
I recently posted on this site. It is titled,"Open for Suggestions". I am new to this and very anxious so if you have or know anything more than myself about IBS, PLEASE take to time to read that post! It was kind of long so I'm trying under just IBS! Maybe someone will find me!
Thank You and God Bless Us All!
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Annie_WebMD_Staff responded:
Hi julez67,

I noticed that you've posted this discussion as well as your question further down the board

http://forums.webmd.com/3/digestive-disorders-exchange/tip/4/17 as tip posts.

Please repost your questions as discussions rather than tips, that way they will easily show up when you click on the discussions link in the left hand side navigation bar. It will make it easier for other community members to reply to your questions when it scrolls off the first page.

Simply mouse over the orange "Post Now" button and click on "Discussion" to open a new edit box window.

Thanks!

- Annie
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