Monday, March 24, 2008

oops

To not remember (or care) what cycle day it is: peaceful


Not having a feminine product with you when you suddenly know what cycle day it is: disastrous

40 comments:

  1. Ugggh! She always shows up at the most inopportune times! I hope you are able to get back to that peaceful feeling very soon. :)

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  2. Yuck. I had to go get one from the First Aid office at Universal CityWalk once. They have them in a drawer labeled "non-male items."

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  3. Oh no! Unfortunately I can sympathise, I have been caught out on far too many an occasion.

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  4. This made me laugh. Knowing which cycle day it is, forgetting to throw the tampon in the purse just in case and running out to tutor for 3 hours? That also sort of sucks :-)

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  5. Oh, crap!

    In spite of your misery, I have to admit you have me laughing.

    BTW, how do you put out a burning sanitary napkin?
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    You 'tamp on it!

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  6. Oh, JJ... I feel you, girlfriend. I'm currently on the tail-end of my first post-diagnosis AF. I actually kept FertilityFriend updated just so SOMEONE would know what cycle day it was and I wouldn't end up without a PADdle.

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  7. been there-sympathizing with you!!

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  8. doh!

    Tell me you didn;t have to make your own out of TP! I hate having to do that!

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  9. You mean you don't keep an endless supply of tampons, panty liners, super long maxi-pads w/ wings (as well as OPKs, HPTs, and PIO) w/ you at all times? You know...just in case?

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  10. Men have it SO easy! Women, not so much.

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  11. Been there, don't that and it's the pits. Sorry my friend...

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  12. I hste those surprises.

    I always keep a tampon or two in the cars, or so I had thought. My wonderful husband had removed the 'pons from his car because, well, he has no use for them. I got caught off guard one day, and they were gone. He couldn't understand why I was upset.

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  13. oh no, but the peace was no doubt worth it!

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  14. Been there. Gotta love those days.

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  15. Oh the bliss of not knowing or caring what cycle day it is....

    Except, whoops....

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  16. Oh man! I've had toilet paper wads a couple of times myself. LOL.

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  17. hehehe!! I'm glad that you are in a good enough place to not know what CD you are on, isn't it just bliss? Sorry about the surprise, sneaky little so and so!!!

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  18. Oh, how lovely. I hope nothing too disastrous happened.

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  19. Well done for having gained some distance from the obsessive cycle watching.

    The only times i've been caught out (ever) have been since being in treatment. I too keep tampons in my car and handbag but, wouldn't you know it, on my surprised days I didn't have any to hand!

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  20. Ugh, that's always the worst thing!

    Why can't men go through this.

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  21. Darn it AF!, you too?? that situation is the bane of my PCOS existence.

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  22. On the bright side of this, I have amassed quite a collection of 'emergency pants' I've had to run out of work and purchase when things got REALLY unpleasant. Any excuse to buy new clothes -- hey, I'll take it.

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  23. Oh crap! Your smileys did give me a giggle though :D

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  24. Oh dear :-(

    Though maybe worth it, just to not be counting the cycle days?

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  25. I'm with Mel - even when AF is in full swing, I often forget to pack appropriately before I leave the house. Then I am stuck walking around Costco or wherever doing the world's longest Kegel to keep things under control.

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  26. Ah.

    Hope things didn't get too messy,

    J

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