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    my first post

    Hi
    I am new to this forum. :

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    Senior Member nukecad's Avatar
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    Hi lisa,

    Welcome.

    But please edit your profile and remove your address.

    Go to the top right of the page and click on 'Settings'.
    Then on the left of the page click on 'Edit Profile'.
    Scroll down the page and remove your address from 'Location'.

    It's never a good idea to put your full address in open sight online.

    Just 'Surrey' would be sufficent.

    Nice looking nursing home by the way. But you see how easily I found that?
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    Hi,
    I am newcomer and want to know much more info about epilepsy as I have some good friends that struggle with this problem. They have a 7 year old boy that has this diagnostic and have visited many specialists but hopeless.
    Any information will be greeted.
    Thank you

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    Senior Member nukecad's Avatar
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    Hi Wavicujjoys,

    For particular information about epilepsy and children-
    https://www.epilepsy.org.uk/info/children-young-adults

    For more general information:
    https://www.epilepsy.org.uk/

    PS. You should start your own threads to ask questions, it's not considered polite to add your question to and 'hijack' someone elses thread.
    It can also sometimes make thing confusing as no one is sure who is answering which question.
    We'll still answer, but it is better to start your own thread for your own questions.
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    Hi Lisa and welcome to the forum.They are a friendly bunch on here and what ever questions asked someone usually knows the answer.

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    Quote Originally Posted by nukecad View Post
    Hi Wavicujjoys,

    For particular information about epilepsy and children-
    https://www.epilepsy.org.uk/info/children-young-adults https://tirereviews.co/"]Tirereviews[/URL]

    For more general information:
    https://www.epilepsy.org.uk/

    PS. You should start your own threads to ask questions, it's not considered polite to add your question to and 'hijack' someone elses thread.
    It can also sometimes make thing confusing as no one is sure who is answering which question.
    We'll still answer, but it is better to start your own thread for your own questions.
    TireReviews Thank you for your advise. I will keep it in mind and I will start a new thread as it really interests me very much. Sometimes you look at your friends and you are so hopeless because it is such a sever and without special treatment disease.

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    It's not a diesese for starters it's a serious and can be life threatening condition

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