I wrote this long letter to him (I thought) can anyone tell me how to send it directly or tell him I need him to please read the last post about a tethered cord syndrome with a chiari malformation. I thought I sent it to him but it looks like it went to everyone. ARGHHHH I wish I knew how to do this..... Thanks.
Hi Caprice. I am so sorry that my post had to be removed. I don't know why at all. My email did not have an entry in it. Did I do something wrong. I thought we weren't supposed to enter DR.'s names.......I din't remember doing that. Again, I am sorry if I did anything wrong. I just started to engage with people suffering like me and I can't believe how much it has helped. I would be really sad if I got kicked off! I will read again the terms of the discussion board and hope that I can learn what happened. Take CARE, I apologize for messing up. Lisa
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