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Wellbutrin, Day One

A Brief History I have struggled with capital-D Depression nearly my whole life. During my childhood, my mother tried to take me to child psychologists. It didn’t take. As a teenager, a second attempt was made, and we tried pharmaceutical … Continue reading

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Video Updates: Mirena Crash

The after-removal bleeding reached a point that it was having a miserable effect on my day to day life, so I condensed the experience to a couple videos for ease. Enclosed here.     And part two, because my phone … Continue reading

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Real Time Update: Diva Cup Trials

I filled the cup. Literally to the brim. Not a leak in sight.

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First Day Back to Work After Surgical Sterilization

I went back to work today. I had to get a ride to and from, because I’m not allowed to ride my bike again yet. I also wore a dress to avoid the friction from jeans, and because the control … Continue reading

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Diva Cup Trials, Pt. 1

CONTENT WARNING: For those you are immature, squeamish, or have a hang up I don’t have time for, this is your trigger warning for girls on toilets, girls without makeup, girls sitting in chairs so that their double chins show, … Continue reading

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“No, Thanks” Update: Mirena Withdrawal, Day 4 & Trying the Diva Cup

Things are about to get personal. As far as Mirena Crash, I am now prepared to say this is a hugely case-by-case phenomenon. Of the laundry list of symptoms they use to frighten you into staying indoors and bolting the … Continue reading

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“No, Thanks” Pt. 2: Surgery Day

This blog series is meant to document my decision to be surgically sterilized, and my experiences afterward. However, because I also had an IUD removed, this series will double as a journal of that experience in tandem. If I don’t … Continue reading

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