Post # 46
get a copper IUD. Or hormonal if that’s your bag, I had a shitty time on the pill so I wanted to avoid hormones. But an IUD is just as effective as having your tubes tied, regardless of how regular or irregular your cycle is. I am nulliparous, nulligravid and I had no problems with mine (had it for 3.5 years now) . I chose copper because it’s good for 8-10 years and it was cheaper. Even though I’ll be getting it out after 5.
Post # 47
Thanks for flagging me. Yes, I looked at one of your old posts and saw that you had kids because your husband wanted them, not you. I’ll try really hard to tamp down on my jealousy.
Post # 48
lol not quite, but you keep doing whatever it is you do.
Post # 49
The first 5 years of our relationship, I was plagued with terror of getting pregnant. After awhile, the terror subsided (I guess because I’m older now, and I am more confident in my decision making abilities) and decided that if it happens, I’m lucky to live in a state where getting an abortion is accessible. Maybe your fear will subside, too. I think what helped me is having a contingency plan and knowing that I could absolutely execute it.