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    Default Menstrual cups- best place to buy?

    Where is a good place to buy menstrual cups? Preferably from an australian site as i want fairly quick delivery.
    My last one was a Meluna which i really like but my ferrets got to it and tore it to shreds. The site i bought it from was in the Uk so delivery took a little while.
    I really liked how there was a ball on the end of the cup. I'm not sure of the stem most seem to have... wouldn't it be a bit irratating? Can you buy ones with the ball in aus?

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    Femmecup - either direct from their website or through Amazon.

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    Thanks heaps... am off to check them out.

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    I really want to try and menstrual cup but have no idea which to get! There are way too many option!!! Im also scared about it getting stuck :-/ lol

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    Try scarlet eve, she has a few.

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    Scarleteve stock them, she is a WAHM in Perth

    And pooy to my vagina for not being able to use them!

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    I got mine off of eBay. Two for $60. They have turned out well and are quite comfortable

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    I ended up buying 2 meluna's from femininewear again. They are coming from the uk so I might just have to revert back to tampons for a while.
    Got a bit confused. They use to only come in 2 sizes and now they come in 4. Does anyone know what the recommended size is for a woman who had children is? I couldn't find anything on the site. I took my luck and bought a medium and large.

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    Quote Originally Posted by waterlily View Post
    I really want to try and menstrual cup but have no idea which to get! There are way too many option!!! Im also scared about it getting stuck :-/ lol
    Check out the meluna's on femininewear. They come in different types. You can get a stem, no stem, ball or ring. I imagine ball or ring would be much more comfortable then the typical stem most seem to come with. The ball makes it easy to grab on to and pull out.
    They are quite cheap even though they come from the uk.

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