You cannot. When you joined the website, you were informed that any material left here became the property of the site. I just went thru this and was informed, too bad, too sad. It is not my property anymore and deleting these posts frays the website as a whole. Another hard lesson people, if you dont want someone reading what you write for years to come, dont post it.
1. Use the medhelp contact form, they will usually delete your posts.
However, medhelp has no control over the google cache. Once google has your posts, they have them.
2. Swampy, too, hates notification emails. Go you your profile page. In the upper right you'll see an "account settings".
You'll then see your email address on the top of the page. Below the email address is a set of check boxes. Uncheck the notifications you don'tant. Then press the green button that says "Apply" (not the one on top that says "Save")
Mine does the same thing from time to time margy. Also, A few weeks ago, I requested all my posts be deleted as I was leaving the site and I was told, sorry nope! So can we or can we not have our posts deleted. Now I am confused.
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