• If you are a new member, did you have any trouble selecting your correct diagnosis when creating your diagnosis profile?

    Asked by GregP_WN on Tuesday, August 21, 2018

    If you are a new member, did you have any trouble selecting your correct diagnosis when creating your diagnosis profile?

    I received an email saying someone had trouble with that and was getting an error message. Has anyone else experienced trouble with creating your account? Please let me know, you can email your specific issues/diagnosis etc. to greg @ whatnext . com

    8 Answers from the Community

    8 answers
    • po18guy's Avatar
      po18guy

      At the start it was easy, but I now have to list multiple malignancies. First, one non-Hodgkin's Lymphoma, then a relapse, then a second relapse and mutation into two sub-types, then a bone marrow cancer from treatment - all three occurring simultaneously in 2015. How to list that? :-D

      3 months ago
    • GregP_WN's Avatar
      GregP_WN

      OK, that one isn't to hard to do, you have to add another diagnosis profile. You can have as many as you want. So go to your home page, look under your picture for the "Add" link beside your box that says "my diagnoses". Click on that and you will go through the diagnosis journey procedure just like before. Then when you're done, do it again. You will get the hang of it pretty quick. Let us know if you have any trouble.

      3 months ago
    • Julia468's Avatar
      Julia468

      The problem I had was that I didn't originally see the rare cancer choice. My cancer is midline NUT carcinoma. Since the primary tumor started in a lyphnode in my chest, I choose a lung cancer. Now I can't change it.

      3 months ago
    • Julia468's Avatar
      Julia468

      @GregP_WN - that was about as easy as it gets. I must not of added the new diagnosis before trying to delete the lung cancer.

      3 months ago
    • BILLY22's Avatar
      BILLY22

      Greg chek out 'mammy' diagnoses?

      3 months ago
    • LisaR's Avatar
      LisaR

      I had no problem at all, some people are just not tech savvy and have trouble doing anything. If so, they need to get help. My mom can't use her remote much less navigate a website.

      3 months ago
    • GregP_WN's Avatar
      GregP_WN

      Billy, I looked at that, it just looks like someone that works at a treatment center or is interested in getting information on each of those types of cancer. It's OK. I see it all the time. Thanks for asking me to check it.

      3 months ago

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