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The following is a list of basic rules and guidelines about what is and is not allowed while posting on our site. These rules are in addition to what is listed in our Terms Of Use. Please read through these sections before using our site, and contact us if you have any questions.

1. You may only have one account on this forum. No exceptions. If you have issues with your account or need help changing your username, password, email, etc., you can post for assistance or contact us. Members can also find help in the Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) section.

2. We expect our members to treat each other respectfully on YourPatientVoice.com. Although ideas and opinions may be challenged, name-calling, personal attacks, or other inappropriate behavior will not be allowed and may cause your account to be banned. Harassment is not tolerated in this community.
  • 2a. Community members may not question or debate moderators' decisions on the forum. In the event of a disagreement or questioning of a moderator's decisions or actions, users should contact the moderator(s) or admin(s) via private conversation (message).
  • 2b. Trolling behavior is not allowed on YourPatientVoice.com. This includes deliberately posting inflammatory, irrelevant, or highly offensive comments to disrupt the community or harass another member.
  • 2c. Do not disclose private information about members without their consent. (e.g., names, contact details, pictures, personal life, etc., including private messages, Facebook, email, and social media.)
3. Discriminatory remarks of any sort will not be tolerated. This includes degrading or offensive comments about an individual or group based on race, color, ethnicity, sex, sexuality, age, nationality, religious affiliation, or any other basis.

4. Please do not post messages or contact the moderation team on behalf of banned members. They are banned for a reason, and those reasons are not open for general discussion. However, banned users may contact the staff using Contact Us at the bottom of the page.

5. Member signatures and avatars should be appropriate. No excessively obscene or rude language/content is allowed. Your signature and avatar may not be used to harm, harass or insult fellow members or spread messages that are generally forbidden. We reserve the right to delete or edit members' signatures and avatars.

6. Member advertising on YourPatientVoice.com is not permitted.

7. No adult-rated material, links to adult-rated material, nor any form of nudity may be posted. In addition to nudity, all forms of sexual content (images, jokes, etc.) are prohibited from being posted on the site. This includes images of scantily clad men or women. Please help us keep this site family-friendly.

8. Profanity should be kept to a minimum in this community.

9. Political comments or discussions are not permitted in this community.

10. You may only post your own material and content. Posting copyrighted material, trademarks, and other issues covered by the DMCA requires accurate citation.

11. Direct solicitation of donations, fundraising, or other financial requests are not allowed on this platform. If you would like to support a cause or organization, please do so through official channels.

Any violation of these rules may result in a private warning, formal warning, temporary ban, or permanent ban.

Our goal is to help with the site's continuing growth while also maintaining a family-friendly environment. Your assistance in achieving this goal is welcome and very appreciated. :)

- Community Management Team

DISCLAIMER: The discussions presented on this forum are opinions and experience based, they are not subject to the rigors of medical testing and peer review, nor are they scrutinized to the level of evidence required for publication in a Medical or Scientific Journal. As such, they should never be considered medical advice. This forum is not a substitute for medical advice, and you should always consult your medical provider if considering any treatments, regimens, supplements, or actions discussed by the members of this forum. All medical practices you engage in are at your own discretion, and as such, the owners and operators of YourPatientVoice.com assume no liability for your actions. We are a discussion forum and not a viable medical resource.
 
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