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Period.

Postby shinri » Wed May 02, 2012 4:16 pm

Anyone experienced blood cysts?
My gynae diagnosed me with blood cysts upon my pap smear test this year.
And a few days after that my period came as per normal.
However, a week after my normal period stopped, it came again. This time however, the period was rather light and lasted a few days only.
The next month the same thing happened.
A week after my normal period stopped, it started again, but this time, the duration was as long as the normal period, just lighter.
Dunno if the blood cysts are exploding inside of me....?
Now, before my normal period starts, the "fake" period is here again...

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Re: Period.

Postby pa1407 » Fri May 11, 2012 11:09 am

That's probably due to the incomplete clearing during your normal menstrual cycle. Other possibility may be due to hormonal imbalance or even presence of cyst. You may want to try out a new sanitary pad that incorporates some technology(Negative Ion, FIR, Silver Nano) which may help in regulating your feminine system. Visit their distributor site for more product detail. I'm using it and seeing result as I used to experience heavy flow but no more now. A friend's daughter no longer has cramps upon use. Try it. Wish you good health!

http://www.sonray.com.sg/feminine-healthcare.html

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Re: Period.

Postby shinri » Mon May 14, 2012 11:09 am

pa1407 wrote:That's probably due to the incomplete clearing during your normal menstrual cycle. Other possibility may be due to hormonal imbalance or even presence of cyst. You may want to try out a new sanitary pad that incorporates some technology(Negative Ion, FIR, Silver Nano) which may help in regulating your feminine system. Visit their distributor site for more product detail. I'm using it and seeing result as I used to experience heavy flow but no more now. A friend's daughter no longer has cramps upon use. Try it. Wish you good health!

http://www.sonray.com.sg/feminine-healthcare.html


Wah nowadays pad also so high-tech? :lol:
Gynae also pretty much said the same thing lol but she didn't see any cyst.

I never knew pad got so much technology nowadays.. me like mountain tortoise lol..

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Re: Period.

Postby MMM » Mon May 14, 2012 11:23 am

Interesting. I switched to Fennel brand months ago. I also spoke to someone who is an expert on sanitary pads. After I switched, I realised that my flow seems heavier, no cramps just significantly heavier. My perception that maybe it's good as it clears off everything inside????

Then this person shared with me that maybe it is less absorbent that's why I feel that the flow is heavier??? Just like when some women switched from cloth to pad, they thought their flow is lighter than it used to. But actually it's still the same just that the absorbency level of the pad is significantly higher. When I asked her about the supposed benefits of such products, she shared that pads are external products and should not affect our internal organs.

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Re: Period.

Postby Flowermonaster » Mon May 14, 2012 11:38 am

Where can we buy it? NTUC or Guardian? Or must get online?
TIA.

It's ok. Manage to find out the answer. :smile:

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Re: Period.

Postby adlinzul » Tue Jul 03, 2012 8:38 am

u can also drink LD Venus to stabilise back ur hormones...

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