I registered for the site as a registered nurse but I also went to medical school as a corner. Now I'm wondering if I am considered an Expert and answering questions as an Expert or just a regular user? No one has responded to my question when I asked for help on the forum. Can you help me? I don't want to violate any rules.
I also asked a technical question regarding a user group I created and how I can edit information on the description of the user group and no one responded to that as well.
How can a person edit information in a post they made? I don't mean to be yeah PITA. Thank you for your help.
hello kirstie and i am interested in your personal opinion or feelings about this particular situation and with chronic pain? How are omhome's posts perceived at MH? Just curious and want to help the folks who need it---one sufferer to another. Not docs showing off vocabulary most have no clue as to meaning. Thanks for doing what you do kirstie omhome
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