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People are seeing your posts. Please stop re-posting your information. You are going against board rules/guidelines by posting the same things all these times. You can find your multiple posts all under one category now. Having multiple posts bogs down the board and makes it less effective. Please take the time to make yourself familiar with the rules and guidelines of this board and community. Thanks!

-Jessica

A Celiac.com Moderator

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I see that now but I don't think that this format is very newbie-friendly - I was not multiple posting to be rude or to get attention to my posts, I just couldn't understand where the posts were going - I read the rules of the board before I ever made any posts and my cookies/firewall wasn't an issue so I was confused...

I could see my posts when they were replies to threads that other people had started but could not see any of the posts that I had started myself.

I cannot speak for everyone here, but I can say that I certainly never meant to spam the boards - I was just questioning if my threads were being posted.

Believe me, it will never happen again.

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It is a bit confusing I agree, anyway, welcome to the board and please don't think we don't want you here! :D

Did you have any questions or anything?

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First of all, Welcome to the board.

The reason I pointed these things out to you is.....I spent a good 30 min. cleaning up the message trail that you left. I am not paid for this job, it is a volunteer position that I enjoy doing. It helps the celiac community.

I just want you to know how to use the board and what the rules are. If we do not let you know, then how will you learn to get around on here? Please do not be offended by my statement. I just wanted you to know your posts were going through, and that you need to be careful when posting. End of story.

-Jessica :rolleyes:

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Thank you for the warm welcome, Lisa! :D

As for having questions...I have a lot of disease-related ones - I posted a question about B12 deficiency over on the pre-diagnosis board - I do have a lot of questions but I am waiting to post these until late next week (after my biopsies come back and I get some answers).

As for technical board questions - I'll get back to you on that one as soon as I learn more about how things work here ;)

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