stupidusername wrote: »
This is tiring stuff! So I think I'm back where I started....trying a few sizes on...!
rainbow kirby wrote: »
Tbh if you're an in-betweeny size like that I'd just pick styles that I liked, try on a 34C and a 32D in each of them and pick whatever fitted and looked better. I'm similar in terms of being at an in-betweeny size (in both cup and band), I end up trying on half the shop every time I go bra shopping.
Pembily wrote: »
My left boob will never fit into the cup as well as my right Fecking non symmetrical body!!!!
Orlee wrote: »
I registered and received my letter. I didn't got for a smear. I then received another letter (some time later) saying if I didn't go within a certain time period I would not be able to avail of the service.
I'll see if I can dig out the letter and post it.
I'm not complaining about the service ... it was my own fault ... I had good intentions but never went!
stupidusername wrote: »
I wouldn't mind getting properly measured but would be very self conscious about the nakedness.... I read somewhere that they say it's ok to leave your bra on... does anyone know if this is true? Because I'd feel better about going to do it then
z_topaz wrote: »
I'm on the pill Cerazette and have run into a bit of a low stock emergency! Does anybody know of a pharmacy that keeps it in stock as usually I have to get it ordered in advance.
Me (and the boyfriend) would be very grateful for any suggestions!
Thaedydal wrote: »
Check over the side effects, unlike other types of hormanal contraception the rest can be stopped by not using the pill, patch or nuva ring or by having the impannon or IUS removed but once you have the Depo-Provera thats it for the 3 months and you just have to ride it out.
Personally I would have it, and would tell friends and family not to have it, heard of a lot of women having harsh side effects. Some may have little or no side effects but read up and make up your own mind and ask lots of questions of your dr.http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Depo-Proverahttp://www.fwhc.org/birth-control/bcdepo.htm
auntyweeze wrote: »
Hey girls anyone have any info on the depot?
been thinking bout getting it for ages now.
psycho-hope wrote: »
Hey, i had the injection for a yr in total, moved onto Implanon now, i found it great(havnt had a period in 18 months:D) but as thaedyal says some people have fairly nasty side effects, only ones i had was i felt a bit naesous for the first few days after gettin each one( ah the joys of a contacepive making you panic)
it was the only one i could use due to a family history of breast cancer and bein on the heavy side, tried the mini pill first but it turned me into a psycho and made my cycle go all over the place.
anyway long post short, best bet is to go and have a chat either with your gp or the nurse in the practise, i found the nurse where i go was a bit more up to date with contraception options than my gp.
auntyweeze wrote: »
thanks hun ive never thought about the implant before.
ive talked to the nurses in the family plannig and my own gp and they said it personal choice what i go for.
im so bad at making decisions lol
i like to be told you have to go on this pill etc lol
can i ask you one thing about the implant......is it sore to get put in? and when you have to get it removed are you left with a scar?
thanks for the advice x
Unz13 wrote: »
I visited a GP today who refused to renew my prescription for Yasminelle, the combined pill that I have been on for 2 years because of the fact that I had a couple of migraine type headaches a few years ago while I was on a different pill. He scared the living daylights out of me, told me that I could end up having a stroke and be paralysed and instead prescribed a progesterone pill even though I've had real problems with side effects from these in the past.
I checked the Yasminelle website and there is nothing on there to indicate that somebody who has had migraines shouldn't take it. I am not looking for medical advice on this. I just would like to know if anybody has had similar advice from their gp. From previous experience, by going on to this other pill, I already know I am setting myself up for a nightmare and I don't want to do it needlessly. Yasminelle is the only pill I have ever been on that has never caused me a single problem and I'm very reluctant to come off it.
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