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The MGC Chatbox Evo is really easy to use

You can :
  1. Send chats : you just have to enter the text in the dedicated input field and then to validate it by pushing the return key ou by clicking on the OK button.
  2. Format the chats :
  3. once you un-collapse the chatbox formatting toolbar by clicking on the BBCode button, you have access to different formatting options for your chats. You can format a chat by selecting a part (or the totality) of it and then select one of the buttons/list. You can also add empty formatting tags by selecting nothing and clicking one of the buttons/menu thus allowing you to add the chat text afterwards between these tags.*
  4. Access to the different channels : you can have access to different channels restricted to only some usergroupds or for specifics use of the chatbox. The different channels are accessible from the buttons on the left of the chatbox.*
  5. Edit your chats (or others chats) : the edition of a chat can be done by a simple double-click on it.*
  6. Use specific commands : some commands can be accessible in the chatbox depending on the will of the administrator(s) of your forum. These commands let you execute specific actions of formatting, management, etc... You will herebelow the information on the command which are accessible to you. You must notice that you are not forced to use the command prefixes (/command_name) when you use them in the channel they are attached to (except in the general channel).*
* : Depending on the settings chosen by the administrator(s) of the forum, you might not have access to all these features.
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    Blood test result. AST - 60, ALT - 140, Bilirubin - 1.4. What does this mean?

    hi I am 31 years old. I recently did a physicals/ General check up test and got my report thru Nurse. Nurse said I have high cholesterol, little high sugar (120) - I took the blood test in fasting. she was concerned about the following test results,

    Aspartate Aminotrans - 60 , Alanine Aminotrans - 140, Bilirubin - 1.4 I had been consuming a little lot of alcohol since an year.. mostly beer and sometimes whiskey. But I don't drink daily. I drink 2-3 days in a week (2-3 beers when i drink on a day). I am afraid about the condition of the test results. Also she said my body does not have HEPATITIS B and C thru tests Exposure to HIV and RPR with reflex. My CBC report w/o diff was normal and good. I never did drugs. I did take a lot of paracetamol for about 2 years ago when I had allergic problems due to nasal congestion. I rarely smoked cigar. maybe like 100 times in 8 years. I have an appointment to follow up with my doctor tomorrow. Just curios about any possible danger ahead. If you are a Physician or Nurse, Can you please advise me on this? Sometimes i do get discomfort on my stomach both left and right. I thought it was gastric. Thanks in advance

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    Be patient and try not to worry, when the results are in then the doctor will help you <in the mean time if you need to 'go to URGENT CARE.. DRINK PLENTY OF LIQUIDS TO HELP YOUR TUMMY OUT..


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