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    Grr!!! Still not letting me reply!
    lupycakes posted:
    Sorry for the new post but this is the only way to reply . To answer the questions in the last post:

    Yes, I've cleared my cookies (and drank some milk while I was at it) I use safari on my iPad to browse It is 6.0.1 version

    What's also weird is on the main discussion page, it will not let me post a new discussion from there. I have to go into a discussion where it won't let me reply but will let me post a new discussion.


    Elizabeth_WebMD_Staff responded:
    Hi Lisa -

    Yikes! I sent this info in yesterday and will let you know what I find out.

    Anyone else have an iPad???


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