Periods Seem A Waste

when you totally hate children.

I mean, there's a possibility I would want children, in a decade . . . but, I have to be honest, I've never been like that. I was never one of those kids who dreamt about their wedding and future offspring, and that's remained consistent my entire, albeit brief, life.

I've taken care of other people's children, for brief stints. Not my happiest moments.

Plus, I know myself. I don't want children. Very simple.

So why, WHYYYY must I suffer? I so desire a hysterectomy. Too bad I have no insurance.

Too bad insurance probably wouldn't cover an elective hysterectomy anyways.

Mhm.
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whatsername
they cover it if you get a psychiatric letter saying it shall benefit your mind :)
I got a tubal legation ^_^
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Fuzzyssad
um birth control is less permanent you know. Js
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JaneRose
Not very bright of you lot. Just saying.
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Cynic
Agreed, completely.
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AnonymousAnn180
Mopy: I know, isn't it perfect that by the time some people would be ready to possibly have children, you no longer can? I'd much rather wait until my fifties or sixties to consider it.

Tanya: Me too :/ I'm down for the count for at least a couple of days each month. Wish that was a more viable excuse to get out of work.

ILove: Well, thank you c:
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whatsername
aww I'm sorry honey bun cake :( I wish I could take away your pain So you could smile everyday
I agree too.
Sometimes I have to lay down almost all day for 2-3 days out of the month, which really gets in the way of normal living.
Or I would have to be on birth control which I am not exactly a fan of.
Boo.
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tanyalasagna
I agree with you! I've suffered more than quite a bit with my menses, and I used to detest kids with a passion. Even though I've mellowed or softened a bit in the past two years, I still generally don't like children, and probably won't figure out if I want any until I'm menopausal. Why, then, must I either suffer or rely on long-term on medication to prevent suffering?
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Mopy