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    fuzzypeach101 Posts: 19, Reputation: 1
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    Apr 28, 2010, 02:23 PM
    Mortified about embarrassing situation
    My boyfriend of nearly 3 years has let me down majorly - his mum changed his bed covers last night and found blood on the bottom of the bed. I will state he only bought these covers about a month ago, and I have run two packs of the pill in so have not had a period in 7 weeks! May I also mention that he put his foot on a razor whilst in the bath and sliced his heel open about 3 or 4 weeks ago... anyway whilst changed his bed covers his mum spotted the blood and asked if perhaps I had come on my period unexpected (without considering the extreme embarrassment) my boyfriend said yes maybe she has, unless it was from my foot, but I don't know.

    Apparently his mum told him not to tell me, as I would be embarrassed (in which she blantantly believes its me)! Anyway he decided to tell me, and wondered why I burst into tears with embarrassment and then proceeded to tell me I am ridiculous and should not be bothered.

    I think I am more bothered as I know it is NOT me, but clearly his mum does, but more to the point that she can even think it!! I have told him to tell her that he has stupidly told me, and its not me, but I know he won't have told her at all, just to try and make me feel better.

    I feel I cannot look his mum in the face again, yet I would not have the guts to speak to her about it myself as I don't really speak to his parents and I would end up bursting into tears and that would embarrass me even more. I do not really know what help you can give me, but I just wanted to tell someone!
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    Wondergirl Posts: 37,760, Reputation: 5426
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    Apr 28, 2010, 02:34 PM

    Certainly blood at the bottom of his bed (where his foot would be) isn't where your body would lie. The location of the blood is all wrong if she thinks you left it there.
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    hheath541 Posts: 2,762, Reputation: 584

    Apr 28, 2010, 02:35 PM

    She's a woman. It's pretty much a sure thing that she's had an 'accident.' she KNOWS how embarrassing it can be. I doubt she's going to bring it up, or even really think about it, again.
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    fuzzypeach101 Posts: 19, Reputation: 1
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    Apr 28, 2010, 03:40 PM

    Can I clarify though that I have never had an accident at home let alone his house. And it was not me, I have been on my period in the time his bed sheets are on. I would like to hope she is clever enough to realise yes its at the bottom of the bed so it may well be his foot. But I think it is more the principle I am embarrassed about than anything else!
    Thanks guys!
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    missk Posts: 517, Reputation: 44
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    Apr 30, 2010, 12:52 PM

    As embarrassing as it may be, I think the only way you are going to feel better is to just talk to her about it. You could start telling her how incredibly hard it is to say what you are about to say, but that you need to get it out of the way because it is really bothering you. Don't forget that she is a woman, human, and a mom too so try to look at it that way. More than likely she will be annoyed with her son for telling you in the first place and more than likely the two of you will just laugh it off in the end.
    Or just let it go lilke the others said-she's probably forgotten about it now.
    Is my answer crazy lol?
    That's what I would do, but that's just me...

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