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Hi, There is something I'm wondering about. I have scoliosis and I'm in treatment for it and in general I do get back pain. I know because of such condition your nervous system is damaged and generally I'm not someone to tolerate pain. Because of such matter can it make you become a nervous person? I do get nervous a lot and depend on matter when I'm really angry it gets right to my nerves, can such thing be because of my back? Please let me know more about this soon.

Thank You,
Melissa

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DaisyN Guide

Hi Melissa,

I will definitely let our Administration know of this problem.  Thanks for letting us know.

Daisy

October 25, 2013 - 5:24am
Melissa6666 (reply to DaisyN)

How soon would tell the administrator because it's problem when I especially want to log out? Please me know soon.

Thank You,
Melissa

October 28, 2013 - 9:53am
DaisyN Guide (reply to Melissa6666)

Hi Melissa,

They were notified already.

Thanks,

Daisy

October 29, 2013 - 4:09am
Melissa6666 (reply to DaisyN)

Hi, I was wondering is there anyway that I can reach the administrator because there is no way that I can logout and when I'm on a different computer and can't logout other people can see my account here and I don't like it? Please let me know how I can reach them.

Thank You,
Melissa

November 4, 2013 - 10:52am
DaisyN Guide (reply to Melissa6666)

Melissa,

I will forward this post to them today.

Daisy

November 5, 2013 - 4:51am
Melissa6666 (reply to DaisyN)

Thank you for your reply. Would you know how soon they take care of it because there is no way for me to log out and logging in it overwrites on the user name and passwords I can't see what I'm typing? Please let me know. soon.

Thank You,
Melissa

November 1, 2013 - 6:52pm
DaisyN Guide

Hi Melissa,

 

Welcome back! Scoliosis affects the entire skeletal system including the spine, ribs, and pelvis. It impacts upon the brain and central nervous system and affects the body's hormonal and digestive systems. It can deplete the body's nutritional resources and damage its major organs including the heart and lungs. It can also affect your mood swing.  Melissa, the way this condition can affect the nerves and muscle would be such as cerebral palsy, Marfan’s syndrome or muscular dystrophy. If you don't have any of these other conditions, It's unlikely that scoliosis is the cause of your stress or anxiety.

Hope this was helpful?

 

Here are some resources for you


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Best, 

Daisy

 

 

 

October 24, 2013 - 4:36am
Melissa6666 (reply to DaisyN)

Okay thank you for letting me know. There is actually one thing I'm wondering here and I don't know who is the right person to say this to. When I login here and try to logout after it doesn't let me log out and doesn't come up with the option of logging out. The other thing also is when I login on the login page says enter your email and password and the words email and password are in the search box which should go away when you are typing your email and password. It doesn't go away it's over writing over these words and you can't see what you are typing. I'm not sure who is the right person to say this to but I hope this gets fixed soon.

Thank You,
Melissa

October 24, 2013 - 8:41am
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