I was finally able to sign in! After almost 2 months of trying everyday and sending an email to the link that is provided (and not getting a response). I was so frustrated! LOL! I knew not to give up because I've been on these boards since pregnant with Ethan and know how they are but man, that was frustrating...Ok, vent over...now I can reply to posts
I apologize you never got a response from your emails, by any chance do you remember what email address you sent the info to?
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This is checked directly by the community team versus customer service. If you want to test to make sure it works, we'll keep an eye out and respond to you letting you know that it's working.
Also, please be sure to make sure you spam filter is not blocking email from WebMD. Sometimes this will happen when the filter detects we're a company sending a member something.
One more request, to make sure we can figure out what's going one. Can you let me know or write in (whichever is easier) which browser and version you are using and where you were trying to log in from.
Ex: Trying to log in when posting? Or the top of the community you were on? Trying to log in from the home page of WebMD? Another page within WebMD? Was it a bookmarked page? And, when you were finally able to log in, where was that from?
Sorry to bombard you with so many questions. We want to make sure all glitches and problems are taken care off and it will help us help others that this may be happening to.
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