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    Quote Originally Posted by ShanandBoc View Post
    I just seen online $62 for one is that really how much they cost or is that an expensive one.

    I know the money would be easily recouped from not having to buy tampons but its alot to spend if i dont like it or its the wrong size etc


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    I have a MeLuna, I bought a kit for about $35 and it had two sizes. They also threw in a freebie 'seconds' cup - I couldn't tell what was wrong with it!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lumpy Melon View Post
    I am really liking the sound of these!!

    Do any of you get squeamish about seeing the blood?

    I'm not so good with that sort of thing
    It's quite intimate, if you don't cope well with the sight of blood you might not like it, but if you empty in the shower you probably won't notice it so much.

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    I am really liking the sound of these!!

    Do any of you get squeamish about seeing the blood?

    I'm not so good with that sort of thing


    I'm not good at dealing with blood and gross stuff either but i don't get squeamish while using a cup. In reality you don't really have to see much of it... you pull it and pour it down the toilet so you only see what remains while you rinse it which is no worse then what you would see on a pad or tampon.

    I just seen online $62 for one is that really how much they cost or is that an expensive one
    That would be an expensive one. I've bought a couple of Meluna's from femininewear which is a UK site. They have been around $25 including shipping to Aus.

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    Femmecup are £16.99 or so, which is about $26?ish? Australian.

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    lol look at us bunch of mums chatting about menstrual cups on a saturday night!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by ShanandBoc View Post
    lol look at us bunch of mums chatting about menstrual cups on a saturday night!!

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    aint it great that we can talk about this kind of stuff though (( ))

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    oh for sure!!

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    I started talking about one at an enjo demo the other night, the host's daughter had to leave early due to cramping so I recommended one - they all thought I sold the..I swear I could have sold 5 that night if I did!!

    I talk about them freely to anyone who will listen.

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    I think ill be buying one... Even if its just for nights.

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    I got one a few months ago and it's fantastic I wish that I knew about them sooner I really don't know why they are not more widely advertised!
    I change mine when I wake up and then when I get home from work. I have not gone anywhere near over flowing which is good! As I'm still getting used to it I'm using moon pads with it but don't really need to.
    The only thing I don't like is having to boil it after each flow.

    Immusing the Lunette


 

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