Lets talk about that time of the month shall we?
Pre C that time of the month was not bad for me at all.
Maybe I got a little moody (
hubs would probably call me a crazy emotional bi*c* hubs would totally agree with that statement) and emotional but that was really it. I personally didn't think I had it that bad.
But now?! Holy smokes I want to rip out my ut.
And, it goes on for two long painful weeks.
Why? Why after having a painful child birth did God do this to me?
Was it not enough that my freaking epidural didn't work
and that I pretty much mentally checked out from all the pain??
And that I had the pain from the C section too?
I don't understand?
What happened from Pre C until now?
Is it my uterus, hormones, or just my crazy imagination or just for the heck of it?
I really really really do not get it and want it to stop now!!
Pre C I did not get cravings around my period time.
Not really even chocolate.
But now, for two whole weeks I am an eating machine.
All I can think about is salt.
Salt, salt and more freaking salt being poured in my mouth.
These are my favs.
Kinda sad to say that I bought a bag of these this morning and they are almost gone.
Its only 1:30.
What is my problem?
I cant get enough!!!
And don't think I don't want chocolate either because I do.
I have a sleeve of these puppies in my drawer.
Totally not the healthiest of options but oh well I could care less.
Sounds bad but its true.
I will gladly take on the extra poundage during that time of the month just to keep me sane.
Oh, and don't forget the wine when I get home from work.
That is another must.
But not really sure that that is totally period related.
Oh, and to mention my lovely mood.
I can seem to control it at home but at work I am a flying batty witch I swear.
In a blink of an eye I will get all ghetto on you including hips and pointer fingers being thrown around.
And this all lasts for 2 weeks.
Do you girls have this problem?
Or is it just me and my lovely body?
I need some remedies please.
My body prefers something that doesn't require an ocean of salt.