Hi from Lifehacker! Here’s an in depth answer. Basically, you can get it after 26 if your doctor agrees it makes sense for you, but your insurance probably won’t pay for it.
I’ve definitely had the two layers separate when the first was fully hardened. Next time I’ll try this method!
Totally. I don’t really worry about where the black ice is, because if it’s an icy/wet day you’re safest if you just assume it’s EVERYWHERE.
Yep. Birth control would have to be really, horribly dangerous to match even the physical risks from pregnancy, much less the psychological factors you mention.
Absolutely! Birth control has risks, but they pale in comparison to the risks of pregnancy.
Also don’t breathe, there’s pollutants in the air.
Good point! It’s still worth applying sunscreen (as close to your eyes as you can handle) for the times your glasses are off or the sun is at an angle the glasses don’t block.
Actual flu does often have a GI component, and the expert for this story thought it was legit to talk diarrhea and flu.
I want to be friends with this person. We can go shopping together and do duets whenever the song comes on because I LOVE THIS SONG.
Isn’t this just a Son of Baconator plus a leaf of lettuce?
That’s kind of cool! Sorry about the swimming though.
At the risk of accidentally opening an evaluation service for people’s weird feet: Huh? What does the sixth toenail look like? How can a toenail grow upwards?
It sounds like that one was a difficult mental/emotional experience even aside from the epidural. Glad she’s doing better now.
My first labor was induced, and it was just extreme pain for a very, very long time. I got an epidural and it was blessed relief.
Those “cheats” often help you get the story moving. (I don’t expect anybody would copy 28,000 words of facebook statuses and consider that worthwhile.)
If you type really, really fast.
I love this tip! And congrats.
Dang, chicken pox AND scarlet fever! That’s...I don’t have a word for that. Glad you made it through.
Oh yuck. That sucks!