WOW peek...you read my mind. I was going to suggest this too, but didnt know if anyone thought the same way. There have been times(esp. in the beginning of this pregnancy when I was in the ER for hours) that I tried so hard to get it to work on my phone, and i just couldnt. I know myspace has a different web address when accessing through a mobile device, and I think something similiar here would be a GREAT idea!!!!
I had this problem too but I recently got an iphone( a gift from my son) and it works Great!
My other phone was a helio and it took so long to acsess the med help site and it was a threeG what ever that means.
I use an LG enV with a QWERTY keyboard also. When I access medhelp through my phone, it will let me log in, and if i click on a forum it will only show the peoples recent activity that is visible on the right hand side. It only does this for a few minutes before the site overloads it and I have to restart my phone.
We currently do not support mobile phones, but the MedHelp site will work on phones that support full browser functionality. This includes the iPhone from AT&T and the upcoming G1 from T-Mobile. We're not sure when and if we'll have mobile support for other phones, but we'll let you know if we do. Thanks!
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