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08 May 2024, 5:59 pm

I like bralettes personally. I don't really need much support since I'm a small size.


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08 May 2024, 6:41 pm

I just don't know.

My body size doesn't normally fluctuate.
Much less my bra size.


I used to prefer sports bra but that's not enough.
I don't want to wear any band touching my ribs at all. Even I couldn't stand wearing crop top.

So I've been looking for sando-bras or foams sewn to a shirt or undershirt.

And considering future mastectomy.
Because I just flat out don't want to wear any bra.

Even if I'm not that big to begin with -- it just annoys me that I had to at least hide any sign of bulging nipples.


Then I gained a bra size.
Suddenly my breasts can fill up my old bras.

Suddenly the band around the ribs doesn't feel so bad. Suddenly I no longer feel random sharp pains from it. Suddenly, bras felt more physically supporting.


Since my senses changed, I don't know if I'd end up liking other stuff like metallic under wire -- unlike before.


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09 May 2024, 9:55 am

Fun and entertainment with bras...training bras , bras that fit ,, bras that almost fit , then one boobs slighly bigger than the other.. Snd all the variables that cause stuff like that, gain a few pounds .. get a little older .Then new stuff, comfort over looks, depending on the conditions or circumstances . Low cut ..tops. normsl tops , lift or just normal.
Thought pulling the underwire outta the thing , might help ??. :( .... before you just give up on the bra and throw it out or donate it . Straps stretch and wear out , till "nothing" will stay on your shoulder anymore ..
Washed so many times , that the padding in the padded ones are just flat. 8O ....and the older ones felt like a harness to pull a wagon with or something :nerdy:


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13 May 2024, 3:48 pm

I got an idea:
Make a mini quilt out of my old petite cloth pads

After proper sterilization, of course


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24 May 2024, 7:02 pm

It's been 3 months since I continuously taken birth control pills.

Every night, at 8:30pm, discreetly, religiously.
It seems I've hit a certain mark today. Maybe as early as last night.

I'm bleeding again.
Even with the pill on, it's affecting my stress levels or how much stress I'm able to handle.

But I'm not going to ride it out, ignore it and just continue taking BCs. Nor go to any doctor and ask questions about it.

I want to see what the 1 week off the hormonal pills was about.

After all -- I did say I monitor myself for 3 months.
I already got my data; the changes, the symptoms. All of it.

And it's already been 3 months.
Time for me to add or remove something from this 'experiment'.



Just what is the difference between me off BCs yet without the constant pull into maladaptive daydreaming in my head from the one that still did for the past 20+ years of my life?

Just 7 days off pill.
Then what happens if I take BCs as 'intended'? (Taking the 7 days placebo instead of skipping it entirely?)

Still willing to take the 'risks'.

Better than going nowhere with my body's 'natural self' -- unless that's the path I'm going.
But where can I even have the time and space or afford enough emotional labor to go off BCs for months until my body gets back to it's 'natural rhythm'? (Whatever the hell that means)...


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24 May 2024, 7:48 pm

Sighes... hoping your symptoms are softly minimal ... been using the natural replacement cream


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26 May 2024, 1:18 pm

Everytime I bleed, I always *always* feel weird.
Less like cramps and aches, but more like odd and heavy like -- like a period about to happen feeling.

Whether it's a full blown period or spotting for any reason.

It's not the same feeling when the discharge is something else other than blood.


So...
Why is this? :?


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26 May 2024, 2:37 pm

Dunno man

I wonder how late mine might be this time

My tits are tender so that's a sign


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26 May 2024, 4:33 pm

Edna3362 wrote:
Everytime I bleed, I always *always* feel weird.
Less like cramps and aches, but more like odd and heavy like -- like a period about to happen feeling.

So...
Why is this? :?



I always felt quivery like my legs were made of rubber or Jello.


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27 May 2024, 12:49 am

IsabellaLinton wrote:
Edna3362 wrote:
Everytime I bleed, I always *always* feel weird.
Less like cramps and aches, but more like odd and heavy like -- like a period about to happen feeling.

So...
Why is this? :?



I always felt quivery like my legs were made of rubber or Jello.

Precisely why blood is somehow different?
Other than it's overall viscosity? I kept feeling something weird in my body and sometimes my head.

Even if the hormones itself aren't involved (since I mentioned spotting for any reason).


Do this hole or passage has some sort of 'sense taste' to related to how and when it 'loosens', like the bumhole does like with 'knowing' if it may excrete solid or liquid?

I just don't like this feeling.
It's making my body feel heavier, exhausted and very stressed out.

Or maybe I'm just this sensitive in losing that amount of blood or iron?
Period is one thing especially in first few days but feeling the loss in spotting?

I've been taking iron pills along side with the BCPs in the past 3 months. :? Why am I still 'shaky' somehow, like sort of tired shaky?

Then, the random cramps whenever I wake up; unless I prop my feet up on the wall, along with my torso upside down until my feet does numb for being up too high.
As if I'm making my uterus 'unstuck' back up between my intestines and bladder.

Yes, I know it's as weird as feeling pain on my appendix side meant I'd jump 10 times repeatedly to make it go away and it still did.

Hmm...
Despite being able to use a cup, I don't even know my precise anatomy if my cervix is high or low -- or if the possibility of prolapse is possible because sometimes I struggle with using the toilet to let it all the excretions out. Should I check on this?


Sigh.
I cannot wait to just stop bleeding.


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30 May 2024, 11:19 pm

It’s honestly amazing that so many medical professionals still think cervixes have little to no nerve endings. Why do you think IUDs are often so painful to insert?


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