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WebMD Staff, Don't know if you noticed or even care, but you're losing us. I know you lose one you gain one and that change is good. But this board is no longer conducive to what we as pregos want to accomplish with posting. Its probably a permanent change and noone care what little oh me say, but I wouldnt say this decision was your best. This change has a bunch of us jumping ship. I hope there is someone on the staff reading our post for feedback.
oh, i care what you have to say, because all the ladies on TTC after loss board is all complaining about it too! i am glad (and frustrated) that it is not just us! i am sorry that you have to deal with this on top of having the preggo worries and wonders...and just trying to get answers and opinions from other ladies who are as far along as you is greatly needed to help your wonder! I HATE THIS NEW WEBMD DESIGN...not user friendly at all!
I do hope you the best for the rest of your pregnancy!
Change the set up back to the way it was. I used to make time to come on every day but this is only the third time I have come on since the change and my first post. It is difficult to find discussions or "friends" on here. I doubt i will post again and probably won't come back once the baby is born. I realize that you want to improve things but this is definitely an instance of something that wasn't broken so you shouldn't have "fixed" it.
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