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 Post subject: Re: bisque about your period
PostPosted: Tue Jun 12, 2012 11:00 am 
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Oh hey, period. Didn't know you were coming. You know, seeing as how you were here two forking weeks ago.

SAME. The fork? I got to run out to the drugstore at midnight last night. So fun.


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 Post subject: Re: bisque about your period
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Urgh. Why do I not EVER realise I'm being a total bitchhead more than normal until after the fact. Also a general heid-the-baw. And obviously I play this whole drama-llama-ness out on the freaking internets (cf. the past 15 hours or so) Also, I dunno what is happening, but i've never had heinous back-cramps ever before the last few months, but these days OH MY GOD THE PAIN (praise jebus to over the counter co-codamol!)

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 Post subject: Re: bisque about your period
PostPosted: Tue Jun 19, 2012 9:36 pm 
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PMS started today. Which for me means I want to cry and punch someone all at the same time while curling up into ball. It also means I have no patience for my LD boyfriend's lack of communication at the moment, which sucks because I know talking to him would probably make me feel a bit better, but I also know I would probably tell him to go fork himself if I were to call him. Yay for hormones.


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 Post subject: Re: bisque about your period
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My period is two weeks late and I've foolishly blown money on two pregnancy tests. The worst part is that I've had PMS for like, a month? what the fizzle.


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 Post subject: Re: bisque about your period
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My period is two weeks late and I've foolishly blown money on two pregnancy tests. The worst part is that I've had PMS for like, a month? what the fizzle.


i have recently begun experiencing the same thing, which i'm chalking up to b12 supplements that forked up my skin as well. have you ever had problems like this before, and did you start any new supplements?


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 Post subject: Re: bisque about your period
PostPosted: Wed Jun 20, 2012 12:05 pm 
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Urgh. Why do I not EVER realise I'm being a total bitchhead more than normal until after the fact. Also a general heid-the-baw. And obviously I play this whole drama-llama-ness out on the freaking internets (cf. the past 15 hours or so) Also, I dunno what is happening, but i've never had heinous back-cramps ever before the last few months, but these days OH MY GOD THE PAIN (praise jebus to over the counter co-codamol!)


I have felt like she-devil and didn't know it was bad until I was confronted about it! UGH. It's funny that normally I'm subdued and you can't get me to express emotion but when PMS starts, I want to bawl my eyes out while simultaneously burning bridges with my attitude.

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This period is giving me the most insane hot flashes ever. I was sweating so hard grocery shopping today that I had to change shirts when I got home.


It's cute when guys don't get it. I tried explaining that periods are like a tornado and come to leave nothing behind(not through metaphors). Those 3 days of terrential rain, hot and earth shaking winds, and flooding are just a few days but they feel like the end of the world sometimes. And my period isn't even that bad.


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 Post subject: Re: bisque about your period
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vijita wrote:
My period is two weeks late and I've foolishly blown money on two pregnancy tests. The worst part is that I've had PMS for like, a month? what the fizzle.


i have recently begun experiencing the same thing, which i'm chalking up to b12 supplements that forked up my skin as well. have you ever had problems like this before, and did you start any new supplements?

I've been losing a significant amount of weight (probably) due to a new medication, so since I have the most sensitive periods EVER, I guess that's why. It is very unsettling though.


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 Post subject: Re: bisque about your period
PostPosted: Fri Jun 22, 2012 8:52 am 
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ah! sorry to hear that Vijita!

the doc offered birth control pills and i gave the 'naaah, i'll look into it' answer for anything she offered that day, including HPV vaccination. medication deflection. i've spent some time needing antibiotics and the like and i hate how medications fork up your system.

anyone see the new mainstream diva cup things? they were giving free samples the other day.


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 Post subject: Re: bisque about your period
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anyone see the new mainstream diva cup things? they were giving free samples the other day.

NO! but I already use one and got three of my friends to use a cup or cloth pads instead of disposables and they now also swear their periods are lighter and less painful.

This period is going to be a bisque. I've been lazy and not watching my sodium. I'm paying for it. Nausea and bloating and PAIN. Dumb me should know better. At least I remembered my iron this morning!

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 Post subject: Re: bisque about your period
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I could never use the cup or cloth pads, I bleed tooooo heavy. My whole day would be in the bathroom, ugh.

Fibroids and ovarian cysts over here :(

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 Post subject: Re: bisque about your period
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I could never use the cup or cloth pads, I bleed tooooo heavy. My whole day would be in the bathroom, ugh.

Fibroids and ovarian cysts over here :(


It will lighten your period. On my worst days I empty the cup every hour but I have to pee every hour when on my cycle anyways. I used to have to change a tampon every 20-40 minutes. Now maybe a half a day I'm hourly...usually it's three to four times a day I empty on heavy days. I've seen a dramatic decrease in my flow.

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 Post subject: Re: bisque about your period
PostPosted: Wed Jun 27, 2012 10:41 pm 
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assilembob wrote:
arishkegal wrote:
I could never use the cup or cloth pads, I bleed tooooo heavy. My whole day would be in the bathroom, ugh.

Fibroids and ovarian cysts over here :(


It will lighten your period. On my worst days I empty the cup every hour but I have to pee every hour when on my cycle anyways. I used to have to change a tampon every 20-40 minutes. Now maybe a half a day I'm hourly...usually it's three to four times a day I empty on heavy days. I've seen a dramatic decrease in my flow.

Check out:

http://you-are-loved.org/1311/its-that-time/

and other testimonials available at you-are-loved.org


With pads, I change them every 2-3 hours, I use the overnight size. The Always brand makes the best overnight pads.

So scared to start the cup.

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 Post subject: Re: bisque about your period
PostPosted: Fri Jun 29, 2012 11:47 am 
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I have the worst cramps and back pain of life. Like, I'm sitting here in my office chair but all I want to do is curl up in a ball and rock back and forth. Ughfuck.

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 Post subject: Re: bisque about your period
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Nothing worse than a heat wave during your period time of the month.


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 Post subject: Re: bisque about your period
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Week four - whyyyy? I'm on BC, took it for three months straight, like I always do, took the break, started the pills again, waited for everything to stop, but this one just. won't. quit. Should I be worried?


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 Post subject: Re: bisque about your period
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Nothing worse than a heat wave during your period time of the month.


^^^this. only thing worse is waiting a week to get your period, with cramps the whole time, then getting it on your birthday. thanks nature!

wallace are you saying you've had your period for four weeks??


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 Post subject: Re: bisque about your period
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I've been finding that the few days after my period ends, I'm really ravenous for...ahem...manly attention. I sent a dirty text to my husband today and basically said, "You need to fork me tonight, I don't care how or where, but it's IMPERATIVE." Anyone else get like this? I feel like an unspayed cat or something.

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 Post subject: Re: bisque about your period
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I've been finding that the few days after my period ends, I'm really ravenous for...ahem...manly attention. I sent a dirty text to my husband today and basically said, "You need to fork me tonight, I don't care how or where, but it's IMPERATIVE." Anyone else get like this? I feel like an unspayed cat or something.


YES. Except for me it starts during the last half of my period, and then lasts a few days after it ends. It's kind of ridiculous. I pretty much pounced on him the last time it happened. I'm usually a bit reserved when it comes to things like that, so he thought it was hysterical. I was not so amused haha.


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Just like clockwork, the full moon totally brought me a special gift. Bring on the cramps and exhaustion, I'm spending today doing crafts, taking naps and watching documentaries.

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 Post subject: Re: bisque about your period
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paprikapapaya wrote:
I've been finding that the few days after my period ends, I'm really ravenous for...ahem...manly attention. I sent a dirty text to my husband today and basically said, "You need to fork me tonight, I don't care how or where, but it's IMPERATIVE." Anyone else get like this? I feel like an unspayed cat or something.


Me too, but mine are the couple days before i start. then i get it, and i'm like, "oh sorry for ripping off your clothes the other night like an insatiable beast...sort of. not really."


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 Post subject: Re: bisque about your period
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Well, being woken up two hours before your alarm by insane cramps is a fun way to start the day isn't it?!

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Loss of appetite, and continuous headache the day before, the day of, and the day after my period starts. Maybe PMS was the cause of my insomnia over the last 2 weeks, instead of Summer SAD. Lets see if I sleep better this week.

edit: Hugs, jojo. Would a heating pad help?

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 Post subject: Re: bisque about your period
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For the last decade or so, my period would start in the morning, within 5 or 10 minutes of getting up. Now it starts mid-day or late afternoon. Hell of confusing - also, very inconvenient; I'm not used to having to carry surprise pads around (I use luna pads, and strongly disprefer disposables). Also, it used to have a 27-day cycle. Also, cramps. That's also new. DISAPPROVE. I don't like this whole changing things up on me thing.

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I think my body is confused. In May I had no period, in June it started on the 15th and this month it started on the 8th. Now that I've left my stressful job I hope my body will resume a more regular cycle, although I suspect some of the weirdness is due to perimenopause.

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This month I had the absolute worst PMS symptoms I've ever had, which then led into a super heavy period. I now feel immense hatred towards the month of July.


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