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Re: "enhanced" emotional state after prostatectomy
Don, I agree. The process almost always takes at least two tries even after much study. Maybe the theory is that a computer generated message doesn't have the ability to repeat the process and thus weeds out such things. My reference of four tries was due to the site malfunction experienced yesterday as noted by Mark. Don't know where my other three posts on this subject ended up in cyber space. (Note, still have my "nuggies" so testosterone is still with me - about all I have left in that department!) Jon.