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By Anonymous - / Thursday 16 May 2013 10:51 / Australia
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By  Psykotix  |  4

How very shitty.

By  slam4691  |  2

That's kinda crappy

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  AngelSpit  |  18

I don't know about OP but every time I use something that crosses over with Facebook it always asks for my permission to share and who to share with... so really you have only yourself to blame for not taking the extra few precautionary clicks

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  silentxninja  |  13

Yes, but if they are really her friends, hopefully they will understand that with irritable bowel syndrome, those types of things can't really be controlled, and they won't be upset with OP because of it.

By  eMurpH  |  9

What a shitty mishap.

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  Coeliacchic93  |  21

I was diagnosed 2004 however I'm also coeliac and awaiting investigation for other issues, anyone diagnosed with IBS I would highly recommend getting tested for coeliac disease as it can often get misdiagnosed. Good luck all

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  Danielle7994  |  18

I don't think OP did it on purpose. Some sites ask for certain rights to post things on your fb wall. So it is possible she accidentally clicked yes. That or fb required it. Kind of like how most sites require you to log in with a facebook or twitter account before accessing the site/becoming a member.

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  SMHsohard  |  22

And that's the prime reason I don't belong to a lot of sites anymore. Hopefully OP can go back and remove the Facebook notifications, otherwise, I'm sure there are other support groups out there that don't require you to make everything public. Try asking your doctor or check with a local hospital, they usually have that kind of information.

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  oNisao  |  21

True true, in that case the support group is not smart If they think people will want to share such things as op's issue... Isn't it obvious ppl want to keep those stuff to themselves.

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  Ameel_fml  |  19

Facebook is great if you want to keep in touch with friends or find like-minded people in help groups (like the OP). Not everybody has available access to things like that, so it's great that those sorts of things can be done online. But it sucks that SO MANY things link back to Facebook. You've got to be careful where you comment, what you like, etc...because it can all end up being linked to your Facebook.

By  UberNova  |  18

Sites always request that you confirm that they are allowed to link to your facebook account, so you must've overlooked it. To be safe, log out of your facebook account when doing embarrassing things because it asks you to log in to link it, then you will know.

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