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I keep waiting for menopause to show up so I don't have to deal with that shit anymore.

 

Thanks for the link though! I'll pass it along to the dd's.

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I keep waiting for menopause to show up so I don't have to deal with that shit anymore.

 

Thanks for the link though! I'll pass it along to the dd's.

 

I am right with ya KW. It is hard to beleive, because you look younger than me, but we are the same age.

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I don't have to worry about my period thankfully...I had a partial hysterectomy years ago and have enjoyed a period free life every since...and i am 45 LOL!

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I don't have to worry about my period thankfully...I had a partial hysterectomy years ago and have enjoyed a period free life every since...and i am 45 LOL!

 

Must be nice not having to deal with a peroid. Lucky lady.

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I have a Mirena Coil .. I havent had a period for about 7 years!!! :) You only need to get them changed once every 5 years and its loaded with just a topical hormone.. it just stops the lining building up and doesnt mean you have hormones raging through your body.

 

I don't know what Id do without it - I cant even remember what a period is and I used to suffer really badly!!

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Maybe that's why you're such a raging sex fiend, Sands... bwahahahaha!! You've got that coil up there dishing out all those hormones... or does it just come natural? :applause:

 

I had a tubal ligation done when I was 20, so I've never had a need for any birth control. A friend of mine has the same coil you do and she loves it. I told the girls they need to look into it after they've had some kids (if I'm not mistaken it's for women who've given birth already, right?).

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hahaa No I've always been a dirty slut.

 

But yeah its recommended for women who have had kids but they do give it to some women who suffer with their monthlys :)

 

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Guest StagHeartWoman

Thankyou for that :), I've noticed my cycles have become a bit irregular recently and I don't seem to ovulate some months, so I was just thinking today I'd like to start keeping track of them properly so I can decide if I want to take any action. This looks perfect!

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Great site, but I'm screwed. Hitting menopause and I'm so screwed up I just go by symptons, calendar is just to mark the date. :lolol:

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