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29-07-2012 00:21 #41Senior Member
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29-07-2012 00:30 #42
Wow before the tampon thread I had not even heard of these! I'm off to google an probably buy one now, they sound awesome
29-07-2012 00:49 #43
lol this was me about 3 years ago - I'd never heard of them until BH, bought a lunette cup online and would never go back!
I agree that the best thing is that it doesn't 'dry you out' like tampons do, it feels so much healthier.
It does take a bit of practice to get the insertion right, but they're totally worth it.
29-07-2012 08:46 #44
29-07-2012 11:25 #45
Mine didn't work for me kept leaking (would over flow within 30min-1hr) but I'm glad I tried it I k ow they have lots of benefits over pads/tampons.
29-07-2012 11:57 #46
I have used a keeper (which was rubber) years ago and I have used a diva cup (was about $30 online) ever since AF returned after son#2 who is nearly four. You don't need to boil them after each flow, just wash well. I have less problems with cups then I ever did with pads and tampons. I have heavy days which means I can get a few leaks and I use panty liners with mine (just like with tampons! Except the liners are cute washable ones.) and I have saved a fortune (important to me!) and it is better for the environment, less days of blood and less pains than with disposables. Sometimes things can go a bit astray but less problems than I had with pads and tampons which certainly weren't foolproof for me, just uncomfortable and expensive.Remember getting the hang of them as a teenager? I find disposable used pads and tampons much more distasteful than dealing with the cup.
29-07-2012 16:46 #47
29-07-2012 18:48 #48
29-07-2012 20:03 #49
changing to using a cup was the best think I have ever done.
I have not had to buy tampons for almost a year now. I also find my cup so comfortable.
I do have occasions where it takes time to get it in to the right spot, but once done, it can not be felt at all. No string either!!!
30-07-2012 12:24 #50
Does anyone know any Australian sites I can buy these from?
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