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    Moderator could you please have the erectile disfunction board fixed
    stevesmw posted:
    I've sent two email and there are no new posts for three weeks. My posts don't take and there is no error message.
    bpcookie responded:
    Hello Stevesmw, I am sorry to say that the moderators are gone. So there is no moderator on that board. WebMD had a layoff at the beginning of the year, so I guess thats what happened to the moderators. Also I have found that when I email WebMD they don't always send me a reply. Have you checked your junk mail? Sometimes emails that you want will end up in junk instead of the inbox.
    WebMD Health Ambassador-BpCookie
    stevesmw replied to bpcookie's response:
    no replies including junk for either message left. At least someone could leave a message on the board that it is inactive.

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