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  • isadora
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    Aww. That's bizarre. Especially since hair "down there" is so out of fashion right now!

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  • Ginni
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    I wasn't really sure whether to put this in the beauty thread or here. I found this one first.

    It's fair to say that I immediately thought of Is.

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  • piggay
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    Thanks for the support!

    The good news is that the specialist I want to see is covered in my insurance's network, and pretty much any treatment that they come up with (if I need it) is covered too. Always choosing the expensive PPO over a cheap HMO may be paying off! I had a moment of panic going over the worst-case scenarios, but really

    I shouldn't freakout until I get a few more tests. My guess is that as soon as my doc saw a *potential* problem, he wanted to pass the buck to a specialist. I was a bit at first, but if my insurance covers the specialist, why not? She actually was rated one of the best in the city. So it might be for the best any way.

    I don't know if it's psychological but now I feel a dull pain on my right side where they cyst is supposed to be. I didn't notice anything before!

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  • ophy
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    Same with my mom! She's had all sorts of fibroids and cyst issues, but that hasn't stopped her from having three kids. And with my younger brother, she managed to get pregnant *despite* having an IUD installed. She did eventually have a hysterectomy in her 50s, but I think that was more tied to hormone/menopause issues than the fibroids, etc.

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  • snickerdoodle
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    Piggy-- I have fibroids too, and never knew it until I got pregnant and had my first ultrasound because there were no symptoms or anything.

    But don't worry about the fertility stuff before you have to. Honestly, I just look at my husband and get pregnant, so it doesn't necessarily mean a problem down the road.

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  • IssieCol
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    I had something similar when I was 18. I started having super heavy periods that would last for like a month and then would stop for a couple of weeks and come back. It was awful. I hadn't been on birth control yet and I wasn't even sexually active yet, so it really freaked me out. I finally went to the gynecologist (my first ever visit, which was already traumatic, but then to have to deal with this crap right off the bat made it worse) and it turned out that I had a polyp at the opening of my uterus that was causing my extended and heavy periods. I had surgery to remove it and nothing's been wrong since. She told me that they're a lot like fibroids and that they're really pretty easily dealt with. Hopefully, yours are just an annoyance like mine and not something serious.

    But yeah, the dildo ultrasound is the devil.

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  • piggay
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    I just found out that I have a bunch of fibroids in my uterus and a big-ass cyst on my right ovary . I had to get one of those dildo ultra sounds because my doc noticed that my uterus was shifted to the right.

    I really don't have any symptoms other than somewhat irregular period so I had no freaking idea! Apparently, fibroids are super common among Asian women. Who knew?

    They are generally benign, and it doesn't really need to be treated unless there are some bad symptoms (heavy bleeding, pain, etc.) However, my doc is sending me to a fertility specialist since it may inhibit successful conception!

    It might not be a problem, but it's depressing to think I may need fertility drugs or even IVF in the future. Gah!

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  • Ginni
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    Huh. Will have to ask the wife.

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  • vanessa
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    That is the cutest name ever, much better than knocking boots. Lesbians get to have all the fun!

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  • isadora
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    Okay, listening to Sirius and this chick on the gay channel is being interviewed by Howard Stern and he's asking her about the lesbian sex. And she's so nice and straightforward. And I love her. And she said a big part of the lesbian sex for her is the grinding of bits and she called it "kitty bumping" and there is no better slang for girl grinding! I LOVE that phrase! I want to do it just so I can use the phrase!

    "What'd you do last night?"
    "Eh, just some fun kitty bumping!"

    It sounds like I was pushing kittens heads together. SO CUTE!

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  • diesel
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    I "No Trespassing, My Father's Watching"

    Just wait 'til Daddy turns his back, honey!

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  • keenai
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    Hee! Those shirts and undies are funny. It doesn't take the whole night to do it, DUH. And some people do it during the day! And "I'm saving it" could mean ANYTHING.

    Oh, and "No Trespassing"? Is it trespassing if you invite somebody in?

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  • NeoMaxy
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    Abstinence panties!
    Thomas, a practicing evangelical Christian and never-married mother of three, vowed in 1999 to remain abstinent until marriage. However, sticking to her commitment has not always been easy, and much of the inspiration for WaitWear came from her personal struggle with keeping her vow.
    Sooo the creator of abstinence panties is an unmarried mother of three vowing to stay abstinent? Mmmkay. Good luck to her.

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  • Ginni
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  • deux
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    I love the fact that when rabid conservatism grips and grows at an alarming rate the most affected group are females and their bodies.

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