** This site is dedicated to the topic of Chlamydia pneumoniae, the bacterium that is associated with respiratory infection. (It does not cause sexually transmitted disease. That is caused by Chlamydia trachomatis, which is not a focus of this site.)
Using the Cpnhelp.org site: The Basics: Register, Post, Comment
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Alison would like to join the site, but in the meantime and since she has a doctor's appointment next week with her physiatrist, does anyone know of a doctor, especially in the New York State area who might be able to either treat her or work with her physiatrist. She has suffered with MS for a number of years and her boyfriend first wrote to me a couple of months ago.
Awakemental, Danieldevote and Australianman
Please go back into your accounts and fill in more info on why you want to join this site.
Your membership will not be activated til you do.
1. When I look for 'recent posts', I am not looking for the beginning of that thread, which may have been posted (originally) many years ago. I am looking for the most recent posts at the top of a list and the rest of the 'recent' posts listed in order of most recent at the top, second most recent below that, etc. We're accustomed to seeing the newest posts first .
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There have been some comments about font. I will make it so that you can select between serif and non serif and apply bigger font.
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Please be prepared for occasional outages and exchange email addresses or other info now, if there's someone you need to be in constant contact with.
Our web guy will put up a post when it's in process.
Okay, enough. I was away for a whole three days and the discussion board went sideways. Well, I'm back.
I've tidied up a bit and put a few topics into 'read only' mode, which will let them die a natural death, as reply options are no longer enabled.
When a member is disruptive, please contact me by private message. Throwing personal insults around isn't polite or permissible, period.
Let's get back to the business of helping people with cpn get educated, get better and get on with their lives.
I'm going to offer a bit of an apology and explanation, as a member here has pointed out he feels I've been overly critical. (I'm wearing my editor hat right now, not my cpn-patient hat.)
In the past week or two, I've become highly sensitized to the blanket statements and rampant postings of a couple of prolific posters here on the site. Of late, we're seeing too many posts unrelated to cpn treatment, too many blanket statements of so-called 'facts' that aren't facts at all and a few pointless posts that belong on someone's personal blog or facebook page, but not here. I've been editing and querying and commenting to an extent that hasn't been necessary in a long time.
Please check your private messages and let me know...?