Today I am just bleh. Something’s happening with my body. I’m pretty sensitive to my innerds. And what with a biology background.. I can kind of nerd out with body functions sometimes.
If you are one of those, “Ewww.. too much information” folks, read no further.
If you are a man.. yeah, pretty much this will not interest you either, go back to your man bidness.
Those women that are not squeamish, shall we carry on? Wait a minute….there is still one man reading. You.. yes, you. Stop. This is not for you. Buh bye. Thanks.
This word cracks me up. It’s like something Dr.Horrible would make up. Or.. it is some kind of Jewish social offense that causes Jewish folks to wave their hands at you and say, “Meh!” It is actually a German word, made up prolly by some insensitive German gynecologist back the in the 1700′s. Mittelschmerz translated means “middle pain.” It is the term for pain and cramps in between periods. Ovulation. See what I mean by insensitive? Like he thought that was a clever thing to call it?
Circa 1735….. and scene!
Gertrude walks into Dr.Volksenburgs office, she is doubled over in pain.
She explains to the doctor that she has lower abdominal pain, with some bleeding, and would believe she was having a miscarriage, but that is not possible as she has not had sexual relations since her last menstrual cycle. Is she dying? Is there a tumor? Fibroids? Doctor! What could be wrong?!
He feels her forehead and asks if she has a headache.
He examines her feet and asks if there is any pain there.
Gertrude, perturbed: No.
Dr: Aha! You have Mittelschmerz!
Gertrude: Mittelschmerz! Is it serious? What is it?
Dr: Mittelschmerz! Your middle hurts woman!
Gerturde: Thank you doctor, you are a brilliant asshole, you need to go see your proctologist because your head is stuck somewhere!
Girls.. I think I am laying a freakin’ goose egg today! My right ovary is all jacked up. Has this ever happened to you? You would think, with dropping an egg and all, that I would be feeling… differently… like procreating and such. NO. I feel like someone kicked me in the stomach. If ‘he’ even approaches the idea.. ‘he’ is going to get kicked in the stomach.
I guess it comes with aging. *Sigh* First time it happened to me I was all freaked out thinking I was dying or something, my doctor says.. “So.. you are what, about 35?” Me: “Just turned 35, yes.” Ahh… you have Mittelschmerz.
Good times ladies, good times….