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avec ce nerf
je souhaite partager des informations et des solutions avec des personnes qui ont le même problème
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pepseg (3 messages)
17-01-05, 21:28  (gmt)5
“re: priapisme” merci beaucoup de tes commentaires et de tes conseils
je continue mon parcours du combattant avec spécialistes de toute sorte, toujours sans résultat
dans deux ou trois mois (à cause des listes d’attente) je dois subir un examen dans un laboratoire du sommeil
ceci devrait donner plus d’éléments pour un hypothétique diagnostique
mais je ne me fais plus d’illusions
en parallèle, j’ai fait des recherches. sur internet sur des sites anglo-saxons
ils ont beaucoup plus d’informations et quelques études ont été faites sur ce type d’anomalie
ils l’appellent srpe (sleep related painful erections) et visiblement il s’agit d’une dysfonction liée au sommeil
les causes sont toujours inconnues
certains médicaments ont des effets positifs, mais souvent ils sont juste temporaires
sinon, certains sujets voient disparaître les érections nocturnes au bout de 3, 5 voir 8 ans sans aucun traitement
je suis déjà à ma 5ème année
je ne perds pas l’espoir
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sergio_2 (3 messages)
30-01-05, 22:17  (gmt)6
“re:. priapisme” bonjour,
merci de tes informations
en fait, je n’avais pas fait le rapprochement avec le sommeil et ses troubles
par ailleurs, ces problèmes ont commencé chez moi avec des problèmes pour uriner (disurie) et des douleurs prostatiques
j’ai recherché les articles sur “painfull nocturnal erections” et celui de www
com “nocturnal erections : unlocking the mystery” semble intéressant
passons sur les errances de l’urologue racontées par son cher confrère neurologue
toutefois l’auteur pense que pour certains malades, il s’agit d’un intérêt

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discount by getting the family membership
– to benefit from the family membership each account needs to be in the same “family” group as the admin account (the one who buys the membership)
– each account in the family group gets their own individual subscription including all the perks
– to add other accounts, the admin account need to fill in each account’s associated e-mail address to send an an invite by e-mail
the other accounts need to accept the invite to be added
(just like is described in the article above
)
– child accounts are automatically part of their parent account’s family group
– the admin can add and remove regular accounts at will, with a limit of 8 accounts per family group
– parents need to buy the family membership to give each child account their own nso membership to go online and receive the other perks like the classic game library and cloud saves
(if they buy the regular membership only their own account receives a nso membership
@toph6661 @do-_one @devlind
it all goes by account, not by system
so each account can have their own switch or you can all use separate accounts on the same switch in a single household
each account gets their own nso subscription, with of course all the perks that come with the subscription
@ncchris
there is no check on residential address or any other validation that members are related
you can add any account to a family group
(although accounts from different regions might or might not be a problem since each region has their own e-shop
but that’s unknown as of now)
while it’s called a “family” account, it really is more like a “group” account since you can use it with non-related people as well: knowing an account’s associated e-mail address is enough
you do need to trust the person managing it all
@1up_mario @daveh30
nintendo switch online is tied to the individual account, not the system
so if you want to play an online game you’ll need to play with an account that has a nso subscription
that’s what the family account is primarily for: so that family members can each have their own account and go online with it separately
note that it’s impossible to have the same e-mail for two different regular accounts: each has their own unique e-mail address
so you don’t need to – in fact: can’t – connect to the same e-mail address
only child accounts have the same email address as their parent’s regular account (so parents can manage their kids activity etc
also, child accounts are automatically part of your family group but you can add any other regular account (presumably including their child accounts) to the family group
@captain_eo
yes, you can add or remove people whenever you want
the only limitation is the maximum of 8 people per family group
since there is one admin account that manages and pays the bills, and since only the admin account can add or remove accounts at will, you need to trust the person that sets the whole thing up
@littlelion i appreciate your reply and makes a little more sense
so as i have the primary account and 2 children account i’ll still need the family subscription for my children to go online is that correct
@littlelion thanks for your help
@1up_mario yes, that’s correct
since they have their own accounts (and i guess want to play the same games with their own accounts) you’d need a separate subscription for each of them to play online with their accounts
the family subscription offers a subscription for up to 8 accounts (whether they are regular or child accounts)
in your case a family subscription would provide a subscription for your own primary account and your 2 child accounts, with optionally 5 other potential spots open for other accounts should you decide to add more
@littlelion
hi, my wife and i both use the same switch
if i buy a family membership does she have to be in the family group to play online?
cheers, john
@johng yes, to take advantage of your family membership, all accounts you want to have an nso membership should be part of your family group
once you have the membership and (as long as) they’re part of the family group you all have a full nso membership with all features it comes with
haven’t received the invitation e-mail yet, even though my friend did the invitation thing yesterday
i wonder what’s going on?
anyone else having issues with setting up the family group?
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