@LilRedCorvette As am I! I fight the daily fight at work trying to get my supervisor (an AVP of communications) to understand what it is I do all day as a digital marketer. Thanks, AHP, for helping to bring this to light.
Just had my mirena placed -- an option I wouldn't have thought of had it not been for this article. Thank you so much for writing this. Placement was just as easy as described, and I am really looking forward to lighter periods!
36H and this is my fav bra -- comfy and makes my boobs look awesome. http://www.bravissimo.com/products/sale/lingerie/sensational-sets/alana-bra/emerald/au01em/
@Ophelia Yes to Target boy shorts! Yet another way I feel close to the Hairpin sisterhood.
@jen325 Doesn't that also imply, then, that a woman can't be both fit and have "a lot of fat cells" at the same time?
@jen325 The full quote is driving me crazy:
"'Ironically,' Dr. Coady said, women who are fit and lean tend to suffer more from a loss of ovarian function, because women with a lot of fat cells make more estrogen in their body fat.”'"
Why would that be ironic?
@I AM DIAPHENA This sounds a lot like Biscoff Spread which I can now get at Wegmans any time I want it (not sure if that's a good thing).
What I don't understand is this: if there are people in the world making spread out of cookies, why haven't the Oreo people jumped on the bandwagon? It seems like an Oreo cookie spread would go over big here in the US.
On Milk Talk
@stuffisthings I am proud to say that I am getting all of my coworkers hooked on "What a Cluster" (née, "Clusterfluff").