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By periodicpanic - / Wednesday 13 February 2019 00:00 /
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By  faifai_fml  |  19

Honey, I'm sorry you're in this mess (no pun intended). If you are aged 16+, you need to take responsibility for keeping stock of feminine hygiene products, even if it's just putting them on the shopping list for your mum to buy, and ydi. If you're younger than that, then you get a pass this time; next time make sure there's always enough pads or 'pons for 1 period.

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By  LunarSpiral  |  17

..so?? walk?? we have learned to manage our periods thousands of years before the invention of cars.. and survived 🤪🤧🤪
.. also what kind of a job doesn't allow a father to leave work for 2 weeks straight, where's he going to sleep?? right on his work desk?? 🤔🤧🤧

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  Noah Adamire  |  3

Maybe her dad travels for work? My Pap was in Maine for a couple of months working on a big engine. He got to come home for 2 weeks before heading back up, the company paid for travel and a place for him to stay

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My dad worked out of state most of my childhood, and there were times when he’d be gone 2 weeks straight. And, had he taken the job in Germany he was offered, he would have been gone for months at a time. It wasn’t feasible for us to move place to place with him. He was a contractor, and would be in one place for a few months, then move to the next. Him and my mom decided it was better to raise us in one place with him home on the weekends than to move us around a lot.

By  faifai_fml  |  19

Honey, I'm sorry you're in this mess (no pun intended). If you are aged 16+, you need to take responsibility for keeping stock of feminine hygiene products, even if it's just putting them on the shopping list for your mum to buy, and ydi. If you're younger than that, then you get a pass this time; next time make sure there's always enough pads or 'pons for 1 period.

By  ajh1800  |  24

Is there a female friend or relative who lives close by who you could call to help you out with your problem? Or maybe just walk if there is a store close by that sells them.

By  tarabella  |  7

Use cotton. Some cotton pads tied together with thread can be used as a tampon and some bandages can be used as a pad. Aaandd....you ever heard of walking??

By  kiaora_fml  |  11

We have all been there at some point

Some local chemists will do home delivery within the hour if important, couple of hours or in the afternoon

Id ring up some chemist in your local area and make an enquiry if I were you, in the meantime, fold up some micro fibre cloth(normal cloth may irritate) into the shape of a pad until they or a friend can deliver

By  INDYSTRUCTABLE  |  41

go on YouTube and look up some of the alternative methods the 'all natural' women use until you can make it to the store and restock. I heard you can make temporary pads with socks?!?!

By  siggy_mcsigx  |  18

So I'm curious how y'all planned to survive the week in general if no one can drive? Are you super stocked up on food and all that? Do you go to school or work? Weird situation. Either walk to a store, order online, ask a friend, or tough it out with TP and washcloths until you can get taken to a store.....

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