Arizona Urogynecology and Pelvic Health Center - Dr. Mohamed Akl offers non-surgical and surgical treatments for urinary incontinence, dropped or fallen bladder, overactive bladder, rectocele, cystocele and other pelvic disorders. Arizona Urogynecology and Pelvic Health Center serves the Mesa, Chandler, and Gilbert, Arizona communities.
Country: 220.127.116.11, North America, US
City: -111.8906 Arizona, United States
After reading the other reviews I was scared me to death about converting from Money to Quicken. The reviews had indicated it was serious trashware, loaded down with ads and not alot of functionality... I must have gotten the "GOOD" version - I bought the download version of 2011 deluxe from Amazon (cheap too!)and have been thrilled... it converted my Money files, not seamlessly, but good enough to satisfy me.. the wizard could have explained more and possibly prevented what I think was actually operator error in the conversion, where it built new accounts and left the old accounts (converted but seperate). That created extra work to put them back together but the cut and paste tools allowed that without too much hassle. You do have to go back and reestablish your payees online but that was expected, as you are connecting in a different way. That process was not an issue-it worked out well. As a matter of fact I traded up as I found more accounts supported under Quicken than under Money.
I had to stop taking it on the 4th day because on the 2nd day my food was running out of me like water and I thought I would give it one more day to see if it evened out, but on the 3rd day it was the same. I read if you develop diarrhea stop it and also in the pamphlet it said you may develop diarrhea so I wasn't sure if it was expected or not. On the 4th day, I stopped it and that was my worst day as I sat in the bathroom for most of the morning and felt so weak and shaky I had to drink electrolytes to make myself feel better. I am very sensitive to all medications so this may just have been too rough for my system. I am just sharing my experience. It may work better for some.
I used Kasperky for quite a few years until one day I had an issue and their customer service representatives best advice was to request a refund, I did. I started using Avast after reading lots... of reviews and it worked flawlessly. Even on a computer that suffered some issues after my Kasperky experience. So to make a long story short my issues kept getting worse, and eventually Avast wouldn't boot up. I called their tech-line and after they saw I was having issues with restarting my computer they asked to allow them to come in and see what was going on. So to make and even longer story short , I put them on speaker phone and I literally had two meals, my lunch and dinner while their technician removed things added things had me rebooting until finally 6 hours later the Avast Technician says, "Sir? I'm sure that this will be the last reboot let's give it a try" I did and everything worked as it should he explained what he'd found and asked if their would be anything else I needed? I was truly impressed with their determination and the length of time that they were willing to go too to satisfy a customer. As for their antivirus and internet security one of the simplest that I've ever used and trust it wholeheartedly. I recommend it to my friends and family and usually give my extra copies to friends and family that are reluctant to trying something new. So if you're looking at this as your next antivirus/internet security you are making a great choice.
I've cycled over 3000 miles in these shoes since I bought them in conjunction with Shimano Ultegra SPD pedals. I'm very happy with this combination and the shoes in particular. There are no significant signs of wear on the shoes as of now (half a year after purchase). The outsole is very stiff and supports excellent power transfer. I have wide feet and most cycling shoes get uncomfortable after the first 60 to 100 miles. It is similar with this shoe, but if I loosen the straps half way into the ride it usually works out quite well. I also bought the shoe at half a size larger than my regular shoe size. I've gone on 130 mile rides in these shoes without pain in my feet. I also love the ventilation system in these shoes. There is a hole at the bottom of the shoe underneath the toe cap. Even on the hottest days, the temperature around my feet remained comfortable. Of course, the hole in the shoe means that on rainy days your feet get wet sooner.