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I am 24 and have been suffering from extreme menstrual cramps since the first time I got my period, when I was 12. When I was 16, I went on the pill for about 3-4 years to try to get it under control. It worked for a little while but eventually the pain returned, so I stopped taking it. That was 4 years ago and since then I have altered my diet (cut out caffeine, meat, dairy, eggs, and eat very little gluten) and eat mostly fruits, veggies, beans, nuts and natural oils like olive oil. My cramps have gotten a little better, I can go to work most of the time if I’ve taken enough Advil, but still in a lot of pain. I have gone to two different gynecologist’s (who both tried to put me back on the pill) and a naturopath for a few months (but it got too expensive to keep going, so I’m not even sure if that was helping). Within the past 6 months though, the pain has moved to my lower back and side, and it was never there before. It used to hurt in between my thighs at the top, but not anymore. It always hurts in my abdomen. My back and abdomen is typically very swollen and tender during my period. I get cramps for the first day or two and then they go away. I’ve also experienced sharper pains in areas of my abdomen. Why is the pain changing and moving all of the sudden and is there anything I can do to finally get rid of this once and for all? Feeling frustrated and discouraged.

Zoomer has stuffed animals that we’ve taken the liberty of naming and using gender neutral pronouns for. There’s a stuffed horse that I got Zoomer from the Denver airport on a work trip. There’s a tag on it that says “Douglas” and when Z saw it, they said “Neigh,” so it is now “NayNay Douglas, the Airport Horse” and has they/them pronouns.
Z also has a stuffed fox, which we’ve named Zor, since the Spanish word for Fox is Zorro or Zorra, so we thought Zor could be the gender creative version. We have a Betta fish, Popcorn, who we use they/them pronouns for. We aren’t going to gender things that don’t need to be gendered. 

Have you tried babywearing? It’s a way to keep busy while keeping your baby with you. I’ve got a few posts here about my babywearing experience and some carrier reviews. To help him grow comfortable playing without you, start with short durations. Literally seconds if that’s all he’s comfortable with. Come back to reconnect *before* he gets upset. You’ll gradually be able to extend the time… but it’s a lifetime process! He’s so new to the world and needs you a LOT right now! When you do have to put him down for a few moments, try staying connected by singing, playing word games, and talking to him.

In their economics textbook Principles of Economics (7th edition), economists Karl E. Case of Wellesley College and Ray Fair of Yale University stated “The Laffer curve shows the relationship between tax rates and tax revenues. Supply-side economists use it to argue that it is possible to generate higher revenues by cutting tax rates, but evidence does not appear to support this. [35] [36] The lower tax rates by the Reagan administration decreased tax revenues significantly and contributed to the massive increase in federal debt during the 1980s.”. [37]

Things that raise testosterone

things that raise testosterone

In their economics textbook Principles of Economics (7th edition), economists Karl E. Case of Wellesley College and Ray Fair of Yale University stated “The Laffer curve shows the relationship between tax rates and tax revenues. Supply-side economists use it to argue that it is possible to generate higher revenues by cutting tax rates, but evidence does not appear to support this. [35] [36] The lower tax rates by the Reagan administration decreased tax revenues significantly and contributed to the massive increase in federal debt during the 1980s.”. [37]

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