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Period Survey Anonymous 9534[Reply]

I've never been completely sure if my periods are normal or not so I would like to do a survey:

>Are you on any period or contraceptive related medication (including pill, implant, IUD, etc)?


>How long does your period normally last (including discoloured discharge)?


>Do you have spotting in between periods?


>Is your period usually light, medium, or heavy?


>How painful is it normally on a scale of 1 (not painful) to 5 (excruciating)?


>How long does the pain last?


>How often do you need to take pain medication?

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Anonymous 14052

>>13964
I've never had this problem.
It feels uncomfortable the first minutes I wear the big pads and then I get used to it and don't even feel it.

Anonymous 14198

>Are you on any period or contraceptive related medication (including pill, implant, IUD, etc)?
no never have been
>How long does your period normally last (including discoloured discharge)?
about 5 days
>Do you have spotting in between periods?
no
>Is your period usually light, medium, or heavy?
i think medium
>How painful is it normally on a scale of 1 (not painful) to 5 (excruciating)?
about 3.5 but i only get cramps on the first 2 days
>How long does the pain last?
pretty much all day if i dont take pain on the first two days, and on the third day it just hurts a bit
>How often do you need to take pain medication?
every time i get my period
>Does your period have an impact on your daily routine?
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Anonymous 14250

>Are you on any period or contraceptive related medication (including pill, implant, IUD, etc)?
No
>How long does your period normally last (including discoloured discharge)?
5 days, first 2 are very heavy, the second 1.5 days are very light, the last 1.5 days its basically just brown discharge.
>Do you have spotting in between periods?
Nope
>Is your period usually light, medium, or heavy?
Very heavy for half, very light the second half.
>How painful is it normally on a scale of 1 (not painful) to 5 (excruciating)?
The first 2 days I get horrible nausea and diarrhea, I lay in bed a lot because it hurts so bad.
>How long does the pain last?
constant for 2 days, maybe brief breaks.
>How often do you need to take pain medication?
I try to avoid medication, I don't like putting stuff in my body especially when it can be damaging to my kidneys.
>Does your period have an impact on your daily routine?
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Anonymous 14276

>Are you on any period or contraceptive related medication (including pill, implant, IUD, etc)?
no

>How long does your period normally last (including discoloured discharge)?

7-8 days

>Do you have spotting in between periods?

about half the times. i always have pain during ovulation.

>Is your period usually light, medium, or heavy?

very heavy the first 3-4 days.

>How painful is it normally on a scale of 1 (not painful) to 5 (excruciating)?

3 or 4. I have had 5s but it's rare.
>How long does the pain last?
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Anonymous 14283

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>>9534
>Are you on any period or contraceptive related medication (including pill, implant, IUD, etc)?
no i was on yazmin and it gave me horrible joint pain

>How long does your period normally last (including discoloured discharge)?

7 days minimum, sometimes give a few days for discolored discharge at the tail end

>Do you have spotting in between periods?

no, sometimes i spot for like a day before my period though

>Is your period usually light, medium, or heavy?

heavy, i have pcos

>How painful is it normally on a scale of 1 (not painful) to 5 (excruciating)?

5 for the first day, a 4-2 on the second day, and 1-2 for the rest
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Anonymous 7789[Reply]

Do you stretch? Stretchers post your stretching routines.
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Anonymous 7820

Good channel for stretching routines.

Anonymous 14278

Reviving this thread. How does one become more flexible and be able to do the splits (frontwards and sideways splits)

Anonymous 14279

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>>14278
get one of these

Anonymous 14280

>>14279
thanks anon. what are they called so i can buy it online?

Anonymous 14281

>>14280
Splits stretcher



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Lifting Anonymous 13775[Reply]

Anyone here lifts weights? I'd love to have a lifting buddy
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Anonymous 14152

If my body fat percentage is too high, can I just gain muscle to make up for it without burning fat? I like my figure and I enjoy being soft, so I don't want to look "toned" but just be a little healthier.

Anonymous 14153

>>14152
i think so, i'm no expert, but i know powerlifter that lift like 350lbs and have barely visible muscles

Anonymous 14157

>>14152
Yes. Just don't eat at a deficit and you won't get leaner.

Anonymous 14195

hey, anyone who wants a lifting partner feel free to add me at babyshaymin#5954. trying to find a community of s who want to fitnessmaxx

Anonymous 14277

>>14195
That's a good idea but I am a little bit shy.
I might post a progress pic here from time to time though if I am not the only one.



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breast augmentation Anonymous 14230[Reply]

Can you go from a 36B to a J cup?
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Anonymous 14234

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I'm sure it's possible but it'll look really unnatural.

Anonymous 14237

>>14230
Have you measured yourself using the r/abrathatfits guide? A true 36B is pretty rare. More likely you are a 32D at least. That's 2 cup sizes there, though probably 3. Next, go on birth control for a few months are you will get another cup to take you to about 32F. As for the remaining cups, you can either get implants (probably need about 800cc) or you can wait until you gradually increase with age or more rapidly with pregnancy.

Anonymous 14239

>>14230
>36
You should consider losing weight instead anon. Implants have to be replaced anyways.

Anonymous 14242

>>14230
is there any way to naturally increase breast size without the use of birth control?

Anonymous 14243

>>14242
Gain weight, pregnancy, aging



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Little dark spots on skin. Anonymous 14167[Reply]

Little dark spots started to appear on my skin, what can I do to stop them? They weren't here before.

Anonymous 14169

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>>14167
those are called freckles and they form in reaction to solar radiation if you don't like them then use sunscreen and if you're genuinely concerned for health reasons see a dermatologist

Anonymous 14181

>>14167
same. i havent even left my house since covid started, ever. so it cant be the sun. some type of black "mole" thing keeps growing on my cupids bow and i always scratch them off until recently i tried to scratch this specific one off like 3 times already and it keeps growing back. IDK what to do

Anonymous 14187

>>14169
Sunscreen is useless and doesn't protect you from skin cancer at all.

Anonymous 14191

>>14187
whew lad

Anonymous 14193

Isn't that just a flat mole? They appear with age, most of the time it's completely random and genetic. I still get new ones sometimes and I literally do not go out in the sun ever.



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Hair thread Anonymous 569[Reply]

What are some of your favorite hair related YouTube channels?

What's your hair routine?

Do you take any supplements/do (you think) they work?
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Anonymous 14173

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Anonymous 14174

I got my hair highlighted at a hairdresser’s and they didn’t do that great a job. This is second time I’ve had my hair coloured at a salon and it didn’t go as I wanted. Not cheap places either. Both the colour and placement of highlights is wrong.

It’s funny, I dyed my hair by myself using box dye for years to light blonde and it looked much better and many people thought it was natural. My hair was in better condition too despite me only getting dark blonde now. The hairdressers seem to bleach hair out and then tone it the right colour while home dye just colours to the right colour, causing less damage. You might need a purple shampoo but not a dye and proper toner.

I think the only reason hairdressers hate on hair dye is because it takes customers away from them, same as how hair dressers will recommend fringes/bangs and short style that need regular trims to keep customers.

Also hairdressers have had training and probably don’t mention their own dye fails when learning yet laugh at home dyers with training who make a mistake their very first time. That’s not really a comparable situation.

Celebrities with long coloured hair always have it short and then those awful ratty extensions for length yet I was able to have waist length home dyed hair. I wasn’t even as careful with the condition of my as I could have been and my hair is pretty fine too.

I don’t think I will ever let a hairdresser colour my hair again.

Anonymous 14175

>>14174
Home dyers without training I mean. People dying for the first time who make a mistake.

Anonymous 14179

question, how unflattering is it to grow out your hair if it's thin? is it really that bad if hair looks super thin?

I've gotten compliments the way it looks without doing anything to it, right now it's past my shoulders. however…don't let this fool you, it's trailer-trash thin–not the worst ever. I think if anything it's mostly my forehead/roots that look awkward. however, it isn't like I style it to add volume anyway.
I want to just grow it out to my boobs mostly which is maybe 5 more inches.

Anonymous 14189

>>14179
Not really unflattering. Most people won't pay that much attention unless they have a thing for long hair. If it suits your face shape and you just like it that way there's no reason to keep it short.



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Yamikawaii Fashion Anonymous 7209[Reply]

Can we have a Yami Kawaii (病みかわいい) thread? I've been really into it recently and it's gotten me really inspired. Thoughts?
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Anonymous 7369

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I L O V E yami kawaii/menhera and yume kawaii as well even though I still havent gotten over all my nerves wearing alt fashion out

Anonymous 14126

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bump
i don’t know if yamikawa is considered “dead” yet but i still love it and wear from time to time

Anonymous 14135

>>7369
what has a jewish star to do with it

Anonymous 14136

>>14135
probably nothing, like wearing crosses.

Anonymous 14148




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chubby face, skinny body Anonymous 14125[Reply]

my face has always looked fat. i’ve lost a decent amount of weight from when i was a kid to now and my bmi is in the normal range (18.9) but i feel like i look borderline overweight from the neck up. is there anyone who’s had this and fixed it (without surgery)? im desperate for tips on this

Anonymous 14127

>>14125
I used to feel bad about the roundness/width of my face but I got a haircut that's actually similar to your OP pic, with the two shorter pieces of hair framing the face, and it helped a lot with visually slimming things down. It might not work well on everyone but at least it's harmless to your body (worst case scenario you have an unflattering hairstyle for a little while) unlike some stuff people try.
I also feel like it just got better on its own over the years? Idk if I did something to improve it or I just stopped being as critical.

Anonymous 14144

Round face is cute though, and if your bone structure supports it (wide cheekbones and jaw) then you'll age better/more slowly.
Embrace the cute, op.



Anonymous 13584[Reply]

Plastic surgery in South Korea.

Anonymous 13658

>open video
>"my sister is a trans woman"
>close video

Anonymous 13919

It's kind of scary how common it is to stumble upon videos on youtube titled something "my plastic surgery in south korea". Seems like almost every beauty and lifestyle vlogger has gotten their nose or whatever done in a different country.

Anonymous 14123

I don't know what is more disturbing for me.
Men calling themselves "sisters" and "women" and everybody is ok with that.
Or state locking healthy (if I understood correctly) people who had done nothign wrong for 14 days like prisoners.



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Anonymous 12920[Reply]

Does it bother anyone else how fat positive the radfem movement is/can be?

Don't get me wrong, I'm all for not caring what moids find attractive, but being fat or worse, obese is objectively unhealthy. I know moids say this as an excuse to insult fat women but moids use anything as an excuse to insult women, so yeah.

And when you bring it up they just go full libfem mode like "Not your body not your business" etc. and saying you can be overweight and healthy (even if you specifically state that being fat/obese is unhealthy, not just having a bmi of 25). Or that women should live not thinking about looking hot.

I just don't get it. Why is being fat suddenly acceptable now and if you're saying it's unhealthy you just want women to submit to beauty standards, but being underweight is a sign of a life threatening mental illness as a result of being surrounded with unachievable beauty standards?
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Anonymous 14065

>>14064
I agree, as a fattyfem that's currently losing weight I feel like what the mainstream body positive movement completely failed at was making it all about REEE I'M HEALTHY EVEN AT 600 LBS, instead of just "it's not your business as a stranger to randomly give me your opinion about this".

It has made some fat positive/body positive spaces weirdly fucking toxic. I don't know if any other fellow fatties can relate, but especially as someone who has been on a weight loss journey, I've seen so much snark, jealousy, just plain rudeness, etc. thrown my way or other women's ways for doing this for ourselves. It's fucking weird and smells like projection of insecurity.

Anonymous 14069

>>14064
>Your weight doesn't matter unless it does

Yeah

Anonymous 14070

>>14065
> "it's not your business as a stranger to randomly give me your opinion about this".

Do people actually give out advice to random strangers or vicing your opinion on the internet is now "unneeded advice"?

Anonymous 14071

>>14070
are you a neet or a man anon? strangers give their random opinion to women pretty frequently, though when it comes to weight I'd say more often than not your family tends to do it.

>inb4 your family just cares about you

yeah yeah yeah of course

Anonymous 14120

>>14071
> though when it comes to weight I'd say more often than not your family tends to do it.

>"it's not your business as a stranger to randomly give me your opinion about this"


Are you retard or a retard anon?



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