but that means your period will end sooner, right?
Being dead would have that effect, I suppose....
When I'm excercising a lot I tend to get heavier periods, but they last for a much shorter time... hopefully that'll be the case for you. Good luck.
Yeah, but this is day three of it. that doesn't happen to me. Rare, and irritating. I actually got dizzy visiting with Kristi tonight.
I only wish it were that easy ><
Is definitely NOT the case for myself...
We're cycle synched. Let's go on a ten state killing spree with something blunt and heavy!!
I would if the cramps weren't crippling me.
Ok, we'll work as a team: You taunt them verbally whilst I do the blunt-n-heavy object swinging.
Sheesh. I am gonna get mine next week while on my Ft. Lauderdale trip.
Don't talk to me abt such suckage.
I'll help as I'm in the boat too.
Could you have a fibroid? They usually have that effect.
I doubt it. They've been rather light of late, so it's probably just stress. But I will keep an eye on the situation.
You and me both, baby.
And with a runny nose on the other end, too.
Babe, I think this is part of the losing weight thing. Because, since the first of the year, my periods have been HORRIFYING. I don't know what it is about losing weight that would do this....but it was so perfectly timed that I have to assume that it is linked.
Oh...but...this is your first nasty one. Dammit...there goes the theorem.
Yeah, they've actually been better since the first of the year - until now.
Bleah. I feel like crap.
I don't think I've ever been more thankful for my penis.
They can be handy things.
Must resist hand jokes...
I just did that....for four months straight. Doc put me on iron twice a day, and some weird pills to stop it....all to no avail. Now they're talking hysterectomy, and I'll be honest, I won't be sad to see the ole uterus go.
*hands you Pamprin and chocolate*
Wow. This is bad. The thought of chocolate makes me nauseated.
*offers you ice cream instead*
2005-03-12 03:48 am (UTC)
Before you cut it out
I was having similar problems because I had fibroids. My CNM/MD since I'm only 35 suggest a Mirena IUD, with progesterone. I've had much less bleeding since it was place and they say after six months periods should stop or lighten to being like on the pill. I've just started finish month 5 and only had 4 days of bleeding. A major improvement. Just something to discuss with your MD/CNM
For whatever reason, riding the excersise bike for a while "flushes" me out quicker. Also, calcium makes me a happier girl.
I was always one of those gals who didn't understand the need for super Tampax. Then I had my second child. :(
Auntie Flo is visiting me too. Hopefully you will feel better tomorrow.
Yeah, I'm generally pretty light flow myself, but in the last couple years I have been subject to the occasional surprise visit.
Words cannot express how lovely this has been.
I'm seriously thinking its in the air. I'm in the same boat. Being on birth controls and in the middle of the month for no reason, no less. Yuck!
You making Cakes of Light? :P I can be more gross :)