Medical, Product Reviews, Women's Topics

Update on The Pill Club (from the Getting a Stockpile of Birth Control post!)

September 20, 2018

One of the options mentioned in the original post was The Pill Club, a birth control service that allows you to get a valid prescription and place an order for birth control pills via their website and text messages. My own prescription was needing renewal so I gave this service a go. Costs: (all prices below are without insurance coverage): $15…

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Medical, Women's Topics

Getting a stockpile of birth control

July 31, 2018

Women have been giving birth to babies for millenia, and usually a woman can do it without complication. From studying genealogy I’ve repeatedly seen women who have had 12+ pregnancies and then lived to old age. Pregnancy takes a toll on the body though and carries substantial risks when there isn’t access to good medical care. So for us women…

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Cleaning & Hygiene, Women's Topics

Reusable Menstrual Products

July 17, 2018

I’ve seen some people try to stockpile enough disposable products to outlast any potential emergencies. Disposables aren’t smart or healthy. Many preppers or SHTF resources act like in end of the world scenarios disposable products would be worth their weight in gold, but they wouldn’t be. We can see in third world countries now what happens when they aren’t available or…

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Cleaning & Hygiene, Women's Topics

Candida in Clothing/Reusable Products

April 7, 2018

Candida albicans is a yeast (type of fungus) that we all have in and on our bodies. Normally it’s not an issue, but if you deal with an overgrowth of Candida then it can rear it’s ugly head as oral thrush, skin or nail infection, or as a yeast infection around the genitals. This includes Candida contributing to many diaper…

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Babies & Kids, Women's Topics


March 19, 2018

Pregnancy can be a difficult time for all involved. Sometimes you can go through pregnancy and childbirth without any problems whatsoever, sometimes something major can happen needing intervention, and there is no way to predict up front how it’s going to go. There comes a point that all you can do is hope for the best, but before that point…

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