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ok i am ready to share my stories i dont want everyone to see them only the people who are with scarleteen is that possible

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is there an email i can email someone my story and talk about it i dont feel comfortable having it on here for everyobdy to see. Please and thanks

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Hey there, diamonddust: I'm afraid our protected area is currently not operating, and we don't have the resources or support to counsel users via email (nor the liability coverage).

Like I said, I'm away for most of the weekend, but this is something you'll just need to decide if you're comfortable having public here. If you have chosen a handle you don't use anywhere else, and post without personally identifying anyone, it's absolutely anonymous, but still not everyone will feel comfortable with that. You'll just have to decide for yourself if you do.

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ok so if i post it with out my name or anything no one will know its me?

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i have a few questiongs if someone could please answer them.
1. Is it a bad thing if i dont take my pill at the same time every day. Like in the morning some times then at night others and sometimes at 1am?
2. Is it bad if my coverias are tender?
3. How does someone over come being raped and dealing with flashbacks?
4. I am very self contios now more then i was before i was raped is this common for that to happen?
Please i can use all the answers or help i can get.
p.s I am hoping Robin can read this and answer some i havnt heard from her in a while and i liked how she was able to talk to me and answer me in a way i was able to understand.
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For the pill to work properly, you will want to take it as close to the same time as possible every day. It is okay if you vary by a couple of hours, but you will want to avoid huge differences.

I am not sure what you mean by "coverias". Can you describe what you mean? Or maybe look up if you spelled what you wanted to say correctly?

Overcoming a rape and dealing with all of the after effects, such as nightmares, flashbacks, lowered self-esteem, etc is a long and difficult process. That sucks, a lot, but there's really no way to get around it or speed it up. You are already off to a good start by having told people about, and you already have your advocate by your side to help you out. The next important step would be working with a counselor who can help you talk through this.

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i ment overias my bad lol and thanks for the advice [Smile]

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Ovaries can be tender for a number of different reasons. Sometimes it's just due to where you are in your menstrual cycle, sometimes it's because of an infection or other health issue. There's really no way for us to know what's going on in your case specifically, so I'd ask your doctor if you can. If there is a problem, the ultrasound should help figure out what that is.

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