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Think this is a candidate for a sticky? Those of us with intact sons and non-intact DHs find this thread a giant relief.
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Waiting on the mod. to talk to the powers that be to see if it is going to be a sticky. :
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*bump*
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post #27 of 140
Thank you for all this information...

This really should be a forum sticky. I am sure I am not the first parent freaked out by the bubble on her son's penis.
post #28 of 140
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The last I heard from a mod. it was going to come up for consideration but that was several months ago.
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BUMP!!!
Um, why isn't this a sticky yet?
post #30 of 140
this is good enough info to be a sticky.is it?
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post #33 of 140
This was an incredibly helpful thread, that I only found when someone else shared it with me. I am in full support of it being a sticky as well! I looked at the current stickies and there doesn't seem to be anything similar.
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If someone could would you go over the OP and check for spelling errors. I cant run a spell check with my computer and a few of the words look off to me. If you find one let me know and I will fix it ASAP.
post #35 of 140
I just ran it through Word, here's what I have:

"Monistate 7" should be Monistat 7 (confirmed by googling that is the product name).

"Bacatracin" should, I think be Bacitracin.

Word turned up alot of anatomical and medical terms...I guess they are missing from Word's database. No actual typos or spelling errors!
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Thank you so much for the spell check. Off to fix the errors.
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This so should be a sticky. I feel so much less panicky now that I have read this. Thank you!!!!!
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