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    oh no i wish i was joking. well you could think of it like that lol - but only if you don't change your pad thing. If you go the whole day without changing it, a) you'll end up with a bowl of red cereal in your pants by the end of the day, and b) it will overflow and leak out the sides... So that's why we go to the toilet like every half an hour - and it's also why we don't wear white bottoms EVER during that week
    Has the thought to taste the chunks ever popped into your mind?
    Only because we're describing them as cereal.
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    Has the thought to taste the chunks ever popped into your mind?
    Only because we're describing them as cereal.
    please no - i JUST recovered from the nausea *gags*
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    please no - i JUST recovered from the nausea *gags*
    Have you at least felt them?like wtf is it like. Is it like little fleshy marshmallows or like little pieces of dry watermelon??
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    she was really cool about it, gave me a hug
    awhhh i'm glad your manager was nice about it and helpful though! it's the worst when you're vulnerable and can't manage yourself and everyone else makes it so difficult for you -_-
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    Have you at least felt them?like wtf is it like. Is it like little fleshy marshmallows or like little pieces of dry watermelon??
    ewwww **** no ****'s nasty... do you feel your ****? I hope not!

    i can tell you everything's wet looking though but I am NOT touching that ****
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    ewwww **** no ****'s nasty... do you feel your ****? I hope not!

    i can tell you everything's wet looking though but I am NOT touching that ****
    Maaaaayyyybeee erm i mean No! of course i don't feel my ****.

    Were you never tempted though?
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    Maaaaayyyybeee erm i mean No! of course i don't feel my ****.

    Were you never tempted though?
    No. It's disgusting.

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    No. It's disgusting.

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    Did you forget to go anonymous? or someone else.....
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    (Original post by )
    Did you forget to go anonymous? or someone else.....
    Someone else.

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    Someone else.

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    Lol, i don't believe you. You haven't commented on this thread yet and you answered right away.
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    (Original post by )
    Lol, i don't believe you. You haven't commented on this thread yet and you answered right away.
    Post 16. Me. Why would I give advice to myself?

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    Post 16. Me. Why would I give advice to myself?

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    hmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm mmm interesting
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    OP - it gets better pain wise as you get older. Someone did suggest folic acid (I think) to me to help with the pain. But yeah, I'd suggest a chat with your GP.
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    I used to have really painful periods and they only settled down once I was on the pill. I have also had the implant, which made my periods less frequent but I still had terrible pain around ovulation. I now have the mirena cool which has given me very light, regular periods with very little pain. My point is, different things will help different people. Try a pill before jumping into something more long term like the implant.


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    (Original post by myblueheaven339)
    I used to have really painful periods and they only settled down once I was on the pill. I have also had the implant, which made my periods less frequent but I still had terrible pain around ovulation. I now have the mirena cool which has given me very light, regular periods with very little pain. My point is, different things will help different people. Try a pill before jumping into something more long term like the implant.


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    Yes. I seem to remember that some women say that certain forms of contraception either make it worse or give them a never ending period.
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    No. It's disgusting.

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    I agree preach gurl preach!

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    Did you forget to go anonymous? or someone else.....
    nope still anon not me haha - i've had way too many accidents to forget to check that box loll

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    OP - it gets better pain wise as you get older. Someone did suggest folic acid (I think) to me to help with the pain. But yeah, I'd suggest a chat with your GP.
    I hope it does! oh i need me some of that. yeah i'll talk to my GP thanks!

    (Original post by myblueheaven339)
    I used to have really painful periods and they only settled down once I was on the pill. I have also had the implant, which made my periods less frequent but I still had terrible pain around ovulation. I now have the mirena cool which has given me very light, regular periods with very little pain. My point is, different things will help different people. Try a pill before jumping into something more long term like the implant.
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    yeah deffo trying the pill before the implant! thanks for the advice! do you take the pill only when you're on your period or like a few days before or all the time or what

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    Yes. I seem to remember that some women say that certain forms of contraception either make it worse or give them a never ending period.
    holy **** a NEVER ENDING PERIOd - i would literally get suicidal
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    Get well soon I think I saw this thread a too late.
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    Thanks for all the advice and help y'alll!!! feeling much better today it's good to be able to walk and not be emo-level moody

    thanks again!
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    go on the pill , my periods have stopped completely since being on it !!!
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    Get well soon I think I saw this thread a too late.
    me too bud
 
 
 
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