I hate you. I Love you. Oranges anyone?

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PinkyV02
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 Well... I was one of the

Depo shot girls… I loved the fact that I wouldn’t get my period and when I did it was soo light… until I started packing on the pounds.. I gained so much weight off the shot.. I started at 115 and went to 125 and each time I would go I would only get bigger.. So I had to put a stop to it.. I switched my birth control method.. I use the nuva ring now.. I still get my period every month but its very light and almost always cramp free..  & im still trying to lose the weight! Awww.. I hate dieting!

 

.Live. .Love. .Laugh.

PinkyV02
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hah.. want to know something funny... I bet the guys came in here and came right out.. lmao..

 

.Live. .Love. .Laugh.

RainOnaPond
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LOL. 2na thats too funny.

 I hate my period but I will admit there is some sigh of relief at the first sight of it.  It means everything is running on schedule as it should be. Of course that's shortly followed by bloating and very bad cramps.  My cramps are so bad I have to lay on a heating pad until it soothes.  I hate taking pills so I never pop advil, etc... I just torture myself with it.  Its horrible the first two days than after that it slowly begins to fade taking 7 days to be gone.  I'm 28 and my mom tells me it just gets worst.  I have a son and I know I dont want anymore right now but there's always the future to think about. My mom who is really religious says "take it out on Eve when you get to heaven." Boy do I have a bone to pick with her.

 

Stevie
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My wife would have long spells where she would act all cranky and beeeiotchy at me.  I knew it couldn't be anything I did, so for Valentine's day a few years ago I got her a certificate for a hysterectomy.

It didn't help - for whatever reason, the hostility was still there.

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No really... my wife suffered from really painful endometriosis and after some minor surgeries, she took her OBGYN's advice and had a hysterectomy.  She had a laproscopic, subtotal procedure in which she kept her cervix.  I remember that at the time, only a few surgeons were trained for this.  Luckily, my wife's doctor had the training.  Because it was less invasive, she recovered quickly - faster than I could have anyway.

Afterward. it took a bit to find the right hormonal replacement method for her but a certain patch is working well for her.  I know how to put it on so that it will stick correctly so once every week or two, I slap one one her butt.  :)  And she has had no weight gain.

Stevie
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[quote=][quote=Stevie]

so for Valentine's day a few years ago I got her a certificate for a hysterectomy.

It didn't help - for whatever reason, the hostility was still there.

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Oh Stevie......and your still alive ?!?! She must be a great woman I would have killed you - LOL

OH bravo to you for daring to post in this thread!  I think most are afraid and run (guy wise)

[/quote] I was only kidding about the gift certificate.  If I had really done that back then, I would be typing right now with a mouth-held pencil. Laughing

I felt bad for her - for a few years she was in constant pain which centered around her period.  Within 4 weeks of her ovary removal, her endometriosis had atrophied and she was pain free.  Before the surgery, her biggest fear was that her enjoyment of sex would diminish.  She worried for nothing because that's all good... no change there.

Hot2na
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[quote=Stevie]for Valentine's day a few years ago I got her a certificate for a hysterectomy.

It didn't help - for whatever reason, the hostility was still there.[/quote]

ah, that is why you are a runner! lots of practice. kidding. i think it is great that you even got involved in this thread. thank you Kiss. given his medical background, i suspect that p-to the izzle will also once he gets home.

Tuna ><((((*> the other white meat! I am Keeper Of The Whip!

Hot2na
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okay -looking for some PMS cures for a friend Wink!

Tuna ><((((*> the other white meat! I am Keeper Of The Whip!

Hot2na
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[quote=]See I may not get a period (I know TMI) but I still get b!tchy!!!!![/quote]

um. i'm going to go out on a limb here and point out that you are a firey redhead. does that have anything to do w/it, lovee?

Tuna ><((((*> the other white meat! I am Keeper Of The Whip!

missb
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[quote=Hot2na] i'm going to go out on a limb here and point out that you are a firey redhead. does that have anything to do w/it, lovee? [/quote]

Im going to agree with you here 2na, because I'm a firey redhead too, but thats all part of the wonderful, spicey redhead personalities. :)

pastoralia
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Tylenol has come out with a PMS pill! I hate to endorse anything, though, and I've never tried this. Weirdly, I've never actually gotten PMS, which I guess means my hormones are whack. Or merciful, who knows.

If you have horrible pain or crippling depression because of your PMS, look into Yaz. It's really a hit and miss situation - it can either reduce your symptoms or make you sad and irritable - but maybe it is better than suffering from severe PMS.

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