I would like to gauge which topics are of highest significance to this community. Please take a moment and indicate which of these topics you most would like information about. If you're interested in more than one, feel free to list the ones you didn't check off as a written reply to this poll.
It would be great if you could click the green "post a question" button at the top of the page, and put all of your questions about narcolepsy there. I have narcolepsy myself, and would be happy to answer your questions. Thank you so much for your input here.
I am NEW here. sorry I hit REPORT by mistake & could not remove it,sorry!
HOW DO I CONTINUE TO FOLLOW a SUBJECT thread such as the above?
I am being ADVERELY affected by INSOMNIA from DRY MOUTH & need Help and want to follow threads, but don't know how. thank u. what if i forget to click the watch list? how can i add it?
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