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    Quote Originally Posted by GucciDahling View Post
    Come on ladies! Seriously I can't be the only person who uses these!

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    Ooooohhhhhhh. Never heard of them. *crosses out Stayfree*

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    I haven't had along enough or frequent enough period in the last four years to have a clear opinion!
    I know I was ssssooooooo with @Nomsie with being a young, massive bleeder who just died with the libra surfboard.
    I can now, four years post last birth wear a tampon but it isn't comfy AT ALL.
    Need to buy a cup but everytime I go looking I don't have a period for three months.

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    Wow. This thread reminds me just how much I love my Mirena.
    No period in over 8 years!

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    Quote Originally Posted by CMF View Post
    Wow. This thread reminds me just how much I love my Mirena.
    No period in over 8 years!
    I had the Mirena inserted and bled for about 5 months straight, drove me nuts lol....then one day, it fell out. I didn't know it had fallen out until I discovered I was preggers (ended up having a miscarriage) and they did an ultrasound, just to discover the Mirena was no where to be found. The Implanon made me bleed for a while too.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Marchbundle View Post
    I had the Mirena inserted and bled for about 5 months straight, drove me nuts lol....then one day, it fell out. I didn't know it had fallen out until I discovered I was preggers (ended up having a miscarriage) and they did an ultrasound, just to discover the Mirena was no where to be found. The Implanon made me bleed for a while too.
    Did you have it inserted prior to having kids by any chance?

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    I hate all pads. They can all go die in a firey pit of hell

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    Quote Originally Posted by GucciDahling View Post
    Come on ladies! Seriously I can't be the only person who uses these!

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    I use the tampons. Expensive tho so I try and stock up when on special. The cottons brand ones are OK too ( think that's what they are called?)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Marchbundle View Post
    I had the Mirena inserted and bled for about 5 months straight, drove me nuts lol....then one day, it fell out. I didn't know it had fallen out until I discovered I was preggers (ended up having a miscarriage) and they did an ultrasound, just to discover the Mirena was no where to be found. The Implanon made me bleed for a while too.
    Implanon and the mini-pill just make me bleed constantly, too! It's the combined pill, or nada, for me. Even then, skipping the sugar pills buys me a delay in bleeding starting of at most a few days - I can't make my body skip a period. I think some of us are just born bleeders....

    And on that note, I'm going to cast my vote for wings. On heavy days when you feel like you're overflowing, they help reduce my paranoia about leakage making its way first onto my undies and then my pants/skirt.

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    @GucciDahling now you've posted the photo I do recall seeing them at woollies, but you even had me stumped for a while there! 😂😂

    I'm glad I'm not the only one traumatised by the heavy bleeding during adolescence. Not that I don't still have heavy periods, I do. Was mortified one day when sil told me I had blood all over my trakkie daks, even though I had changed tampon and pad maybe 2 hours before hand. Must have been gushing that day
    She did save me from school pickup like that, so I am grateful!!

    To be honest I think the day I start menopause it will be a relief. Not that I'm looking forward to all the menopausal side effects, but just not having to go through heavy periods every month will be nice. Even breastfeeding twins on demand around the clock couldn't save me from my period, which came back at about 10 weeks post partum.

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