Fabulous. The fact that both of my feet are completely different in structure and I therefore have to wear custom-made orthotics to keep my pelvis alligned means I'm not a potential customer. I'm, not sure foot support is top of my list during various times of the month anyway. What I really need are fabulous widgets for all the other symptoms. You know exactly what I mean:
Jeans with gel implants around the zip area. When your oestrogen levels are high, and your belly is a little rounder, the gel hardens to form a firm corset, thus flattening the entire area. For those of us who need that kind of help every day of every month, there would be a manual control option for continuous flattening. (Are you listening Gap?)
Ear-lobe laser mute buttons . When your oestrogen levels are high and your tolerance for all things human is low, a laser-like mute button implanted in your ear lobe does the trick. The device picks up on your oestrogen levels, mutes those around you and ensures that your sanity is protected whatever the time of the month. (Perhaps when said humans start to pick up the signals themselves, there can be a manual option which allows them to speak only when spoken to.)
Oestrogen-sensitiveCaller-ID. Although many of us now have Caller ID on our phones, there's always an element of indecision and/or guilt when we let a call bounce into voicemail. The oestrogen sensitive version takes the decision-making out of your hands. At those times of the month when mother/mother-in-law/nosey neighbo(u)r/bossy friend will just push you over the edge or drive you to tears, the phone already knows this and doesn't let them get near you. Callers will be immediately directed to voicemail, giving them the impression you're on the phone and not just avoiding them.
Bio-rhythmic perfume. Ordinarily your fave scent, when your oestrogen levels have you at your bitchiest, it takes on a skunk-like bouquet ensuring that everyone remains at least thirty feet away from you. As your mood lightens, so the sent becomes more pleasant and people feel safer approaching you.
Mind you, my skunk version would be on all the time. I'd have to change my blog to Expat le Pew!