What? My boobs are great.
See? Perfectly fine.
I mean, yeah, they jiggle and wobble and don’t sit high up on my chest. But that’s normal.
Like what do you think I should do about it? I mean
My boobs just do normal boob things. They’re A-okay normal healthy boobs.
Moral: Boobs are really diverse. Do your boobs sag? Normal. Do they have hair? Normal. Do they have stretch marks? Normal. Do you get pimples on them? Normal. Are they different sizes? Normal. Big nipples? Normal. Puffy dark areola? Normal. Not facing dead ahead? Normal. Small? Normal. Big? Normal. Normal Normal Normal.
And they’re your boobs. If you can change any of those things and you want to, go ahead!
But don’t let people tell you that your breasts are wrong just because they’re affected by gravity.
You’re fine. They’re fine.
Do think she could have made the same point Without showing her boobs though :$ that just gave the world a look at her half naked. Not classy…
- They’re just boobs, man.
- I’m topless like 70 percent of the time anyway, but I made a point of showing them, and subsequently received hundreds of messages along the lines of “that’s exactly what my breasts look like! I’d never seen any like them before! thank you”
- Your concept of class is silly. I am laughing at you.
- Seriously, they’re just boobs. Am I supposed to be ashamed of my boobs or something? Are you 12
- I do not associate with people that are that scared and disgusted by nudity, because I am not a child and understand that bodies are not inherently sexual, and even if they were there’s nothing wrong being sexual
- How are you breathing with your head stuck so far up your ass. Are you okay?
- Grow up.
- No one asked you.
Not really, no.
I’m not really sure what you mean by “acidic feeling”. That could be a sign of infection or even a sign that you’re allergic to something you’re wearing or eating.
I don’t really know why but I know what you’re talking about. I shower extra well, clean a lot more, and bake a lot of cookies when I’m pmsing.
You might want to get some good water based lube, a small hand mirror, and check out my directions for tampon insertion on my FAQ pages.
Orgasms are the climax that comes after a build up of intense sexual pleasure. For some people it can feel like warmth and tingling that turns into muscle spasms and some people have a feeling of intense relaxation and contentment.
If you’re curious about experiencing one, I have tips on masturbation on my FAQ page.
It might just be an inflamed gland or something but you should always ask a doctor about those kind of things just in case.
Well it could be nothing, but you should definitely check with a doctor.
Technically almost all disposable period products on the market are “bad for you” in some way, but plenty of people use them without problems.
Disposable pads do not let your genitals get the air flow they need, so they can put you at a higher risk for yeast infections. Most mainstream companies use chemicals to make their pads more absorbent, many of these chemicals are harmful if you’re exposed for too long and can cause serious allergic reactions.
As someone with very sensitive skin, I noticed back when I used disposable pads that Always, especially Always Infinity, gave me some of the worst rashes I had ever had. This was the main reason I switched to cloth pads and menstrual cups.
All of that might sound a little harsh in relation to your question, so I guess a less harsh version would be that unless you’re allergic to them, Always pads are no worse for you than any other disposable pads.
A little nausea is common but if you’re throwing up all the time you need to see a doctor about that.
Avoid salty, greasy, and sugary foods during and before your period and make sure you’re always staying hydrated.
Well this definitely sounds like something you should talk to a doctor about, but in the mean time the best way to help with nausea is to avoid salty, greasy, and very sugary foods around the time of your periods and to stay well hydrated. Stretching helps a lot for me when I’m nauseous and it helps with cramps too.
Brown thick blood is usually just old blood, so that parts not really anything to worry about.
As far as the change in your flow, that can happen at random some times, but since you described being so regular it might be something effecting you like stress or changes in habits. Lots of things can stress your body out and change your cycle: changes in exercise or diet, traveling, relationships, etc.
If things don’t get better within the next month you might want to talk to a doctor.
Just a heads up, I’m having some work done on my apartment and the internet won’t be working until it’s done so I won’t be able to answer questions until monday. Hope everyone has a good weekend!
In general, people can wear a tampon for 8 hours before they become at risk of toxic shock syndrome.
Some people are more prone to TSS and need to be more careful, but that’s pretty rare.