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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.
There’s no way for me to really answer this question because it’s one of those “everyone is different” kind of things.
Well a few random irregular periods are common with young people, but it never hurts to ask a doctor.
I’d say wait and see how this period turns out and if things don’t go back to what you’re used to then its time to make an appointment.
Stimulation can be really emotional for some people. Personally, I tend to cry after a big orgasm just because the rush is so intense and I can’t handle everything I’m feeling.
If you don’t think that could be it and you think there’s a possibility you could have had a traumatic experience in the past you need to talk to a counselor or therapist as soon as possible. Talking to a professional will hopefully help you overcome anything you might be suppressing.
Please don’t be afraid to seek help, it’s so important.
Thrush is basically a yeast infection in the mouth and throat.
That sounds like it might be smegma, which is pretty common. Its basically just a build up of dead skin and bodily secretions that can dry and cause irritation. If you wash it every day with warm water it should prevent it from building up enough to cause any damage. Take a look at this article: http://www.news-medical.net/health/Smegma-what-is-smegma.aspx
Even if you don’t have proof, I think you should sit her down to talk about it, explain that money only goes missing when shes around and given her past its natural for you to suspect her. If she comes clean you can talk about why shes taking money and see if theres anything you can do to help her out that doesn’t involve her stealing.
If she doesn’t come clean, or if she isn’t willing to change her ways, I would tell her she isn’t welcome in your home anymore.
Sorry if thats not a good answer, I’m not great with friend situations. Personally if I knew someone was stealing from my family or I, I just wouldn’t ever let them near my stuff again and I’d probably distance the friendship.
Situations like that are always really tricky. I think you should tell her exactly how you’re feeling and see if she’s open to exploring it some more. Obviously she finds you attractive and you get a long well.
It might be awkward for a while afterwards if things don’t go the way you’d like them too, but it’s better to get it all out there than to hold it inside and always wonder. Good friends can always bounce back no matter how awkward it gets.
I had a similarish situation last year when I had (still have…) a huge crush on my roommate even though we were both dating other people at the time. She’s strait, so obviously nothing came of it, but she was really understanding. We’re still great friends.
So yea… My advice is to just put it all out there and see how it goes. Good luck :)
After you pee you should recheck your seal and reposition the cup a little because it could be shifting when you sit down. Usually when a cup leaks it’s actually just remnants of blood left outside the cup from before you inserted it.
If you’ve checked the seal (by turning the cup slightly and then running a finger around it to make sure it’s open) and everything’s in place but you’re still experiencing a lot of leaks, you might not have the right size or shape of cup for your body.
You might want to get some travel size wet wipes to keep in your pocket in case you don’t get a chance to wash your hands before readjusting.
Thank you :)
Cramps vary from person to person, so theres no way for me to really tell you when they might start. Personally, I started cramping right away, but I know some people who didn’t get cramps for the first few years and some people who never get cramps at all.
Make sure you’re staying hydrated, especially around the time of your period, dehydration is a big cause of pain. Avoid foods high in sugar and salt because they can dehydrate you. If you do all that and still start getting bad cramps, take a look at this FAQ page: http://positive-period.tumblr.com/periodsandpms .
Its been a long time since I felt motivated to answer any of you. The ask box is full of questions, but its also full of hateful messages. I’ve decided I’m going to delete all the messages that were sent to me over the summer and start fresh. I know that’s unfair to those of you who asked real questions, but there are just too many insults for me to sift through. I’ve also decided that I’m only answering up to 5 questions a day. I don’t have time to sit on tumblr for hours at a time like I did last year.
I’m sorry to anyone who needed my help over the past few months that I ignored. I’ve just been so busy. Balancing college, work, family, and my own health took priority for me.
I hope anyone I offended with my absence can forgive me and I hope anyone who was sending me rude messages has found a better way to spend their time.
So lets start fresh!
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