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Posted on Friday, December 18, 2009 in Mens Clothing

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Berkline sofas have risen to the top of the North American furniture market because of the quality of the materials they use and their wide range of styles.

Founded more than 90 years ago in Springfield, Massachusetts, by Jacob Popkin with the mission of making the highest quality and most comfortable furniture at the fairest prices, Berkline has met and exceeded their founder’s goal.

Today they produce a wide selection of sofas and sectionals, love seats, massage chairs and home theater seating. Berkline offers a variety of quality materials as coverings for their sofas, including leathers, microfibers and a poly-cotton blend made to withstand the toughest situations. This fabric is available in more than forty colors ensuring that anyone can find the right sofa to fit in with their décor.

Berkline is also known for some of the best standard and optional features in the furniture market today. These include backs that are easily removable to allow the furniture to be moved from room to room. Other features are:

– PowerRecline that allows for the silent, effortless recline at the touch of a button.

– Wallaway that allows a sofa or chair to be placed within inches of a wall and still fully recline. This feature offers greater flexibility when decorating a room and is especially important in rooms where floor space is at a premium.

– ChaiseLounger which provide continuous leg support by closing the gap between the seat and the footrest.

Berkline also offers different recline options with many models of their sofas including one-, two- and three-seat reclining.

For More Information:- Berkline Sofas and Berkline sectional.

PCOS, Mirena IUC, and no periods…?

I have Poly Cystic Ovarian Syndrome. I also have the Mirena IUC (intra-uterine contraceptive device). My last blood test in June of this year said my ovaries were indeed functional despite the PCOS. I had my son on Dec. 31, 2007. Since then, I have had 3 periods. One lasting a day, the other two 2 to 3 days. So that’s 3 very light periods in about 2 years. Over the last few months, my stomach feels really hard below the belly button. I am slightly overweight from the pregnancy 2 years ago and I have an extremely hard time losing any weight at all. Diet, exercise, more exercise, and changing diet even more have done nothing at all. I know I need to see a doctor, but I lost my health insurance and just cannot afford to see a doctor right now. I’m hoping someone can help me with my problem and tell me if this is at all normal or if this is a serious health risk. Any other women with PCOS and the Mirena IUC?

I was on the Mirena and I did have periods but I had lots of other problems with it and was very bloated so in the end I had it removed and went on the pill I am now less bloated (still fat though) but have heavier periods. I also know of somebody who has PCOS and they have it but have recently had it removed as they also had problems. I would advise going to see your GP or District Nurse and get some advice or help.

P.S what is Oixcas on about?????????

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