Based on numerous requests from the Women's Health, Sex & Relationships and Maternal forums, we have created an informal Women's Community forum located at http://www.medhelp.org/forums/show/180.
This forum is meant to be an informal place to chat with each other. Questions do not need to be health related and can be about any topic (health questions should actually stay in the current forums). The forum will still be moderated by MedHelp, so standard rules & conditions apply, but the topics are up to you.
Please feel free to swing by and hope to see this forum a success as well.
hey ladies, i'm over there trying to start a chat but nobody is saying anything. I lost Andi....she's got a God complex but I don't know what that means....
I have to leave in a few minutes but I'll check in later or maybe tomorrow & see how much progress you guys made. Pick some interesting topics like abortion, death penalty, who you're going to vote for, stuff like that.
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