My Norifam Experience

at 8/10/2020 0 comments

Norifam is a brand of injectable birth control for women that will last for 1 month only. This is no longer new in the market because this was introduced in the Philippines for more than 10 years now (according to our local nurse here). 

Anyway, in Norifam, you can still experience your regular menstruation unlike in Depo Provera.

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Just like any birth control, Norifam is advisable that you'll be injected on your first day of menstruation. However, you can still get your injection 3 days after your injection or as long as you are within your non-fertile period and can guarantee that you are not pregnant or did not engage in unprotected sex.


The convenience and peace of mind of not setting an alarm every day just to drink your pills is one of the best advantages of using an injectable. 

The best thing is that you can only commit for 1 month in case the injectable doesn't suit you. 

In my case, I haven't experienced a feeling of nausea, dizziness, headaches, and the like compared using Trust pills.

Most of all, you can still have your regular period unlike other methods wherein some don't for months or even years. 


Just like any other contraceptive methods, it has few but tolerable side effects.

In my case, I've experienced weight gain but it's more on the water retention effect of the injectable. The great thing is that my stomach doesn't hurt at all and no unreasonable cravings so far. 

I have not experienced skin problems like pimple or acne burst outs.

However, I can feel that I'm a little bit dry on my private area most of the time but It's okay 'coz I use lubricants to aid that dry feeling.


I will give this birth control a 98% rating. I say that this method is almost perfect with minimal side effects. I will absolutely recommend this to my friends errmmm..my not so coward friends (scared of injection)😭. However, please do not use this without consulting a doctor first. Most of all, an injection will cost you about 300 to 400 pesos per month. For me, it's a bit expensive if you have no means of income or you belong in the less income threshold. 

Ladies, what do you think of this birth control method? Have you tried it already or are you planning to use this? Don't be shy to share your insight in the comment section. Thank you!


My Attempt To Write A Song

at 4/19/2019 0 comments
Hello, I'm quite inspires right now and kinda' bored and it just came to my mind how about I will try to write my own song like Medyo Maldito and Zairish Alcasid. These fellow Bisaya songwriters really inspired me to challenge myself to write something again here in my blog. 

If you'd like to use my work, please don't forget to inform me. I will love to hear my composition someday. Maybe you'll make use of it someday. We will never know our fate. 

So here it goes. 


Mura man tag dili kaila
Maayo pa man atong chat chat ganiha
Wala ko kasabot, pasabta?
Taman nalang gyud ta diay ani sa storya storya?
Gigil na kaayo ko nimo ha.

Amigo amiga nalang gyud ba ta?
Asa ang hustisya? Pasabta?
Paita pud aning kahimtanga
Gigil na kaayo ko nimo ba...

Paita pud aning seenzoned na lang sige
Lord, ayaw lang pud tawon palabi-e 
ning katorpe sa isa ka lalake
Kay akong dughan gakisi kisi na murag wati

Kung type ko nimo dzong panguyab na be
Undangi na ng like like sa akong facebook story
Kay gakalas kalas lang tag money money 
Unya wala man diay tay ma ani.

Unta ugma makita tika sa library
Muingon na kag "Hi! mangisnack sa tag Lomi".


I've Tried Plan B and it Works!

at 12/22/2018 0 comments
Okay, ladies, I have a confession to make. It was an intense night and an accident happened. Tragically the condom broke. I feel numb thinking about the fate that I'm about to face. We are both not yet ready to have a child. We just can't accept the fact that we will be about to become parents if this accident will have a positive result a month after. I, myself, was about to cry but I remember that I've read in an article before that there was this so-called Plan B pill to prevent pregnancy. Fortunately, the Plan B pill is finally available here in the Philippines. However, it's only available in Manila and thank God, we're in Manila. If I'm not mistaken, there are two online shops selling the Plan B pill. The incident happened around 11 in the evening and when I contacted the first seller, he said he can't accommodate me during this hour. Fortunately, the second seller I have contacted agreed to send me the Plan B pill through Grab Delivery service. 

After an hour of waiting, the delivery guy arrived and I immediately took the pill. FYI, the pill must be taken within 5 hours after unprotected sex or within a span of 3 to 5 days. Remember that a woman doesn't get pregnant immediately. It will take about 6 days for the sperm to linger inside the uterus until it gets fertilized successfully. Taking the Plan B pill will delay ovulation or stop the ovaries from releasing an egg and block the sperm from meeting the egg.

Since I'm very paranoid, ummm...we are both very paranoid, I also took Althea birth control pills after 5 days from using the Plan B pill. The pill delayed my menstruation for a week but thank God, It was a success. I'm not pregnant and I'm happy the pill works. I've read a bunch of negative reviews about the Plan B pill that they still got pregnant although they took it on time. Thank God it worked for me. I'm so grateful it did. I prayed so hard it will work on me. 

Thus, I totally recommend using the Plan B pill during emergency times like this.

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This single pill is worth P2000.00 and up. I know its very expensive but it's more expensive to raise a baby. 😥😭

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10 Filipino Bad Habits That Are So Hard To Break

at 12/22/2018 0 comments

These are at least 10 mannerisms or habits that I have observed among Filipinos that I consider to be harmful or is an obstacle to true and meaningful progress of individual Filipinos and the community and the country at large.

Not Falling in Line

Filipinos refuse to follow a simple etiquette of falling in line. One thing I've noticed is that they look for someone they know who's already on the line then request that person to insert him. This is a blatant disrespect to the person next in line because this person tries to circumvent the situation which everyone is religiously following. You simply cannot insert in the line without violating the right of the person next in line unless that person allows you to. There are people who are either selfish or are feeling entitled to deserve to cut lines such as the elderly (except PWDs) or people who feel they are rich and powerful to be above the law or rules such as politicians and government employees or are wealthy or children of the wealthy.
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The lady on the front inserted her tardy friend without considering those who are behind her while I was filing my application before the Civil Service Commission. I feel pity for the girl who was not included in the cut-off of people to be served that day because this lady in black inserted herself.

Always Borrowing Personal Things

I knew a person, who happens to be my officemate that keeps on borrowing personal things like a cell phone, make-up, charger, even a tissue paper. This behavior is amenable if it only happens on rare occasions. However, she keeps on doing it every day. Frankly, it's irritating to the lender. Aside from being unhygienic, it's very inconvenient to the lender's part to be put on the mercy of the borrower before he or she can use his or her stuff. The worst part of this habit is most of the time the things borrowed failed to be returned to the owner. We call this "arbor" in our dialect. 

Won't Clean Up Their Own Mess (Maid dependent society)

If you know how to use a cup, plate, spoons, or forks, please do clean it up by yourself. Don't let your siblings, officemates, or other people do it for you unless you pay them to do such a thing. Nobody would ever want to clean up other people's mess. I've also observed that most Filipinos litter everywhere because the street sweeper will take care of it. One time I've heard a lady said that "What's the point of paying our taxes if they won't pick up our garbage anyway?". See? Instead of helping, some Filipinos have this kind of mentality. 

To define, a gossipmonger is a person who enjoys talking about other people's private lives. Well, gossiping is impossible to eradicate. However, too much gossiping is alarming especially if the topic is detrimental to the person's honor and personal life. Spreading rumors, lies and salacious information about a certain person is not only hurtful but may put you in jail. 

In our language, it's popularly called being "sipsip". Obsequious people are usually not being genuine; they resort to flattery and other fawning ways to stay in the good graces of authority figures. This behavior is rampant in every part of our community. Be it in government offices or private establishments. 

Social Climbing

I know a lot of people living beyond their means and their number is astounding. The spending habit is jaw-dropping because they only spend it just to brag it on social media. As a matter of fact, I personally know people facing lawsuits because they fail to pay their debts by reason of overspending. Nowadays, people try to be social media influencers even if their wallet is bleeding money. 
a lady posing in front of a car claiming that its hers

Always Blaming the Government for their Irresponsibility 

I'm almost deaf of hearing people keeping on blaming it all on the government but have these people done anything to start the change they want to see in the community? These people can't even throw their waste properly and can't follow simple traffic rules yet they have great expectations of progress in the community. They forgot the principle that change for the better starts within themselves.

The Pasalubong Habit

People tend to ask for goodies everytime a person travels domestic or abroad. Our poor OFW's are obliged to bring something with them everytime they return to the Philippines. I have also observed that everytime an OFW returns home, his or her relatives expects that he spends for all their needs and the sad thing is that they even ask for the personal stuff he/she has brought from abroad such as personal clothes, cellphone, etc. and ultimately stripping such OFW of his prized personal possessions that he strived and worked hard to afford.
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The Balato Habit

Why do Filipinos keep on asking for a share of money from the winnings or unexpected financial reward from other people? Why do we make them feel obliged to share their own money with other people such as giving away money or treating them to a snack or a drink? I think a person's generosity should be done in his own free will and not coerced. 
how to get rid of this habit


Sheet Mask Helped Me With My Acne Problem

at 12/15/2018 0 comments

Presenting my new beauty addiction. If you haven't tried the sheet mask rave, I think you should start now because these masks improved my acne bombarded face. I will show the progress below. 

This must be my worst acne invasion ever!!!! The culprit is the Bar Review and the upcoming Bar Exam 2018 that will start on November 4, 2018 up to November 25, 2018.
The week after I use the Korean sheet mask (Lebelage and Farmstay). I thought I'm going to have holes on my face after this but I'm wrong. The sheet mask minimized my pores and smoothen the texture of my skin.

During these dates, I no longer have new pimples everyday. I also use Naturactor concealer to hide my dark spots.
The great thing here is my skin feels smooth despite the dark spots (concealed).
My pimples returned during the NovemBAR due to lack of sleep and that explains the dark spots. However, Thank God, no more pus-filled pimples. All I need to do now is to get rid of my dark spots by getting a Dermabrasion. 

Right meow, before I sleep, I will always put on my sheet mask and I'm kinda' addicted to it. 
Below is my sheet mask collection I bought from Shoppee. My next post is to review the different kinds of sheet mask I have tried. So, better stay tuned. 
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My two months supply of sheet mask (60 pcs.) 


How To Unblock Sun Sim card

at 11/22/2018 0 comments

Just download the instructions in the link provided.

No need 100 pesos to unblock your blocked sun sim card


Remedies For Constipation - Pinoy Version

at 8/20/2018 0 comments
Hello dear readers, these past days, I've been in an excruciating pain on my stomach area. At first, I really have no idea what happened to me. My roommate tried to persuade me to go to the doctor because I just can't sleep for about two days already. I even confided my boyfriend about my current condition and he too has no idea what's going on with me. I've become extremely worried because I thought I had appendicitis or gallstones. Well, what I did is, I try to remember all the things I've eaten for the past three days and during that period, I noticed that I haven't expelled any of the food I've eaten for the past 3 days. So, I tried to consult Google of course! I search for keywords involving "stomach pain that lasted for 3 days" and various results came out. I tried self-diagnosing because I don't want to consult the doctor yet 'coz I have no budget for that right now and I'm pretty sure, this is not appendicitis or gallstones or food poisoning whatsoever because I'm health conscious somehow. Then, I've read somewhere on Google that one of the reasons why your tummy hurts is due to Constipation and the symptoms I'm feeling at that moment are really close to what is mentioned.  
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In my case, I really can't sleep at night because my belly really hurts and I can feel a pulse inside my stomach if I'll try to push and apply pressure using my hand. I also noticed that I can't fart and my stomach is bloated AF. I sat down on the CR for quite so long but nothing happened. I've tried drinking Dulcolax because that is all I can remember from that famous tv ad where a guy came out of the CR and said "SUCCESS!". Well, Dulcolax tv ad did not give me justice. Nothing happened. 

I also tried Disflatyl, an anti-flatulence tablet to help you expel the gas inside your stomach. It somehow helped my condition but still, my quest to the CR is unsuccessful. 

I tried inserting a glycerin suppository on my anus too and somehow, I defecated a little but I can still feel that I didn't expel all the contents from my stomach.

I'm beginning to get extremely worried but my roommate said that I should eat a lot of ripe papayas to soften my stool and eventually successfully expel it later. Well, the papaya only expels the gas from my stomach but still, I can't defecate. 

So, I remember from my previous readings on a book about herbal medicine that drinking Ginger brew (Salabat) can help digestive problems and it's also anti-flatulence. So, I drank a hot ginger brew and miraculously my stomach ache ceased in just a few minutes passed. However, I still don't feel the need to go to the CR.

Finally, what really helped me defecate is BIOFIT Tea. I can feel that everything Inside my large intestine was all flushed out. 

I bought one sachet of it from Mercury Drugstore for just 7 pesos and I only drank half of the mug and voila! This 7 pesos tea saved me! I've tried drinking this before but that was when I was trying to lose some weight. I remember that this tea's laxative properties never let me down before and until now it never did. I just find it really yucky to drink this tea because of its smell but Besh, you'll have to drink it for your own good. Kayanin Besh!

That's it. For the recap, if over the counter drugs won't affect you, try natural or herbal remedies first. Maybe, that's where you can get your relief from Constipation.

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