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Dr. Diana, both a doctor (therapeutic optometrist), and a recovered POTS and ME/CFS patient, offers help and hope for POTS, Dysautonomia, Ehlers-Danlos syndrome, Chronic Fatigue, Chronic Lyme, vascular abnormalities, Fibromyalgia, and Multiple Sclerosis. Dr. Diana is now working full time at POTS Care.
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Dr. Diana, Is there a way that I can tell that the money I spend on amazon, through your window on the home page, goes to you? When I check out, I don’t see anything different.
Great question, Hon! I WISH all the money from Amazon went to me! 😉 6% should go to Prettyill. It’s an affiliate program of sorts, and you can tell that 6% is going to Prettyill by looking at the URL on the page. In all of the goblety-gook coding, you should see the word “Prettyill” in there somewhere! 😉 I appreciate your efforts to go through the site! Please spread the word, as it’s an easy way to donate, it costs you nothing extra, and any of your purchases on Amazon can go through the site! I rarely see someone use it, though. Perhaps I should do a video? Thanks so much! 😉
Okay cool, thanks. I will from now on go through your site. I have to do a lot of shopping online now that it is so hard to go to stores.
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