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WARNING: The following post has information and details about my period and birth control pills. Read at your own risk.

SO, I have a follow-up appointment tomorrow since I've switched BC 'n' such lately....just a little look at the pipes.

And I started a day early, today. I should have started tomorrow evening (and yes, I know it's beyond ridiculous that I can usually predict not on the day but the hour), but now I'm stuck with an appointment AND a slight, er, problem.

SOOOOOO, anyone know if I can just go anyway? Things aren't *ahem* heavy or anything, and I need to get in there before the 21st because that's when the insurance runs out and I need to sneak in another three months of pills on the Army. I'm not even completely sure there's a PAP involved, just a consult.

It's not like I can call in the morning and ask...I'll need to drop off the kids and haul booty up to the base to make sure I get through security by 8:30, so I have 15 minutes to craaaaaaaawl past the MPs to the medical cetner and be there 15 minutes before my appointment. Those nurses mean business when they say to get there 15 minutes early. I learned that the hard way.



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