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jangie

648d

how do ya'll deal with having irregularly periods? When one of your meds means you can't use birth control to balance your hormones.

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    • Kyrabooo

      648d

      Oh! There’s also a supplement company called S’Moo that makes stuff specifically for managing PCOS hormone imbalances. I haven’t used it but I hear a lot of good things about it. May be worth looking into to see whether or not it’ll react to your other meds?

    • Kyrabooo

      648d

      Oh! There’s also a supplement company called S’Moo that makes stuff specifically for managing PCOS hormone imbalances. I haven’t used it but I hear a lot of good things about it. May be worth looking into to see whether or not it’ll react to your other meds?

      • jangie

        648d

        @Kyrabooo thank you for letting me know about that! I really appreciate it... and hopefully it helps, cuz I'm at the same point you where with stashing pads and tampons lol... I hope I can use the supplements without any issues! I can only hope though ❤️

    • Kyrabooo

      648d

      It’s pretty rough, I’m sorry you have to deal with it. I use reusable period panties so it’s easy to be prepared. But before I got them, it was a lot of cheap underwear that I didn’t mind ruining and stashing emergency pads everywhere (car, desk, purse, every bathroom…). Paying attention to your body really helps, too. Learning the subtle signs do you know when to be prepared.

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