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Guys, I think my Pois is getting worse...Some time ago i needed 3-4 days to be at 100%. Now i need 1 full week, and even then, i still have symptoms. I don't know if it's because of the cold winter, but the throat pain, headache and skin dryness last a lot more...Niacin is helping me, but the problem is that you need to plan your "o", 30 min - 1 h., and sometimes is not possible.
Guys.Daveman has taken a lot of time to create a survey for us. Yes, the survey will be modified / added to / and improved in the upcoming weeks, so you will need to take more surveys.But this isn't a bullshit AT&T asking you to answer questions on your customer service experience. This is UNBELIEVABLY IMPORTANT.When this is done, you will have the ability to sort through and find users with similar problems to yourself, and see what treatments work and don't work for them. Also, this survey will be used by researchers later to help find a cure.This is the next big step forward for our forums, and so far only a disappointing 8 people have filled it out. This community can't help you if you don't contribute. It takes 10 minutes to do, so PM daveman or Demo for the PW and please do it.www.poiscenter.com/surveys.htm
QuotePerhaps I'm not the only one but I'm having a problem logging into it with the login that enables me to get into the poiscenter forum. Is there another login I should use and, if so, it's not at all obvious. i too have tried logging in without success. I think also it is not obvious...osrry guys, maybe its just me. I requested a password but I have not been sent one, this was over 1 week ago. Im keen to do the survey. Please help
Perhaps I'm not the only one but I'm having a problem logging into it with the login that enables me to get into the poiscenter forum. Is there another login I should use and, if so, it's not at all obvious.
It was 10 hours after an O ! the next morning ! unfortunatly, I have a kind of constant POIS so it is hard to value...
Mellivora, your post was very moving. They're the sincere reflections of someone who has suffered. Every word you wrote resonates with me: the hope, the frustration, the call for action. So thank you for posting that, it meant a lot to me.