It’s been a long time since the television has been playing regular stuff while I’m in the room. It’s typically the kid playing video games or annoying Disney and teen shows on that he’s half watching. Imagine my surprise when he’s taken a liking to watching some of the shows I used to like, back when I had access to the television.
Side effects may include ovarian cysts, but these will usually go away.
Um, about that ….
Do you know what it means? Do you? That line right there represents a huge divide in understanding, and builds a wall between reality and understanding.
They’ll go away.
They will, but it sounds so much nicer the way they say it. In reality, it’s a long, painful, messed up process. It means something explodes inside you, and not in a fun, happy way. It means in a very painful way, but still is a sense of relief because the alternately sharp and throbbing pain that has been plaguing you for the last 2 weeks it finally on it’s way to be over.
Depending on the size of the cyst, it means the pain may be short lived or an opening act to the super fun 24 to 48 hours you’re about to experience. You see, cysts contain hormones, and again, depending on the size of the cyst, could end up causing massive systemic pain as toxins are released and then absorbed into your system. This can result in “slight” pain that makes it feel like you’ve been smacked in the lower back with a 2×4 to full on hallucinations that thankfully take your mind off the crushing pain throughout your body affecting every muscle and seemingly every bone as any available organ goes into overdrive to absorb and filter the toxins.
It’s one of the few times you actually FEEL your liver filtering.
I’m reminded of a recent conversation when a guy said to me that of course he knows what women go through, he’s been married for 25 years, he gets it. I said oh, fine, well, I’ve seen a guy kicked in the balls, but it doesn’t mean I know what it’s like.
The pain just goes away, right?