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hormones talking

curse that doctor who labeled the most popular pregnancy-related complication as something that is just experienced in the morning. i am very very sure that stupid doctor was a guy – for he never experienced the simple and undeniable fact that: THE DAMN THING LASTS THE WHOOOLLEEE DDDDAAAAYYYY!!!!!

nausea to the point that you couldn’t walk for more than 10 minutes without holding on to the nearby post or tree, vomiting everything and anything you eat making you feel that hungry pang in your stomach for the rest of the day and of course not forgeting the mind-numbing abdominal cramps and the fatigue without doing anything which is the icing on the cake known as first trimester pregnancy.

clarification: i am not complaining. if by tomorrow i’ll stop experiencing at least one of these complications i would probably be worried sick and start calling my clinic’s hotline pestering the nurses why i did not throw-up the oatmeal i had for breakfast. i would be rushing to the nearest drug store to find myself a pregnancy test kit to check if the baby is still there. it will be a full blown paranoia to the edge of reason – so in a way i am thankful for the all-day dizziness/vomiting/fatigue. 

i hope men will have the chance to experience at least a fraction of how things are in this world of womanhood. weaker sex my pwet!! try inducing labor with unsurmountable physical pain – then tell me who the weaker sex is.

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  1. bokneg
    June 11, 2007 at 11:59 am

    yes, i have had whole day nausea, vomiting, fatigue, dizziness, the works. and that was just from willie revillame visiting the office for five minutes when i worked for octoarts.

    i bow to you, oh woman, as the strong one. that is probably why God gave you the pregnancy thing. that and knowing that a whole baby couldn’t possibly pass through a penis.

    hehehe, joking lang engjel pero bilib parin ako sa inyo na maski alam nyo na ang kailangan niyong pagdaanan sa pagbubuntis, arya parin! ;p

  2. June 11, 2007 at 5:09 pm

    oo nga…though may kaibigan ako na nanganak last year na nag-take ng demerol during delivery. hindi naman daw sukatan ng pagiging magaling na mommy ang decision to take pain relievers …. hehehehe …. sana may maka-imbento nung wala ka na din mararamdaman for 9 mos, yung bigla nalang lalabas bebi na hindi manlang lumaki stomach …

  3. bokneg
    June 12, 2007 at 11:30 pm

    me naimbento nang ganun, ang tawag sa gamot: adoption. mahal lang nga.

    sabi ko dati sa sarili ko (way before issa pa to), kung di ako magka asawa i’ll adopt nalang because i’d like to feel what it’s like to be a dad. i’ll probably want to adopt a little girl, around 15-16 yrs old, long straight hair, slender built, deep, penetrating eyes, well-shaped lips, smooth light-colored skin… (so oo naman, may paternal instincts din ako)

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