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Just Something I Found...

During a hysterectomy, the vagina briefly opens into the abdominal cavity after the uterus is removed. The top of the canal is then sewn shut, preventing sperm from getting through. The ovaries are left in place and, before menopause, continue to produce eggs.


"after six weeks, it's almost impossible to get pregnant because the top of the vagina has healed closed," bonidie explained.






silly me I forgot this is a gift from god. So he must have gotten her pregnant too. Or maybe it was the unicorns.
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replied April 6th, 2006
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Silly you huh..And im guessing you cant read...If you have anything to post about fatfamily you are to post in the threads already open...You wasted your time..This thread will be either locked or deleted..Whenever the moderator see's it..Because she already made a post telling everyone *not* to post about it anymore!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

God im soooo dang tired of these threads!!!!!!!!!!People if you are so worried to talk trash on her then why not private message her and say something!
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replied April 6th, 2006
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Plus ..Do you even know how many people have done said what you just posted...Its kind of getting old reading the same things over and over and over again..
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replied April 6th, 2006
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Here just to help you out I copy and pasted what the moderator said ..Just days ago

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post regarding fatfamily.....
Posted: 04-04-06 1:27pm
there is one thread open for posting anything you want (posted new pics). Any new ones started will be locked or deleted automatically. I am getting sick of coming here and only seeing fatfamily posts. If you want to talk to joanna personally------pm her.
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replied April 6th, 2006
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Sparklers, I know you meant well but there's too many of these posts to leave open so it's being locked too!
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