May 27th, 2004

Bloodheart

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I have been using my cup to administer diluted tea tree oil in an attempt to rid myself of BV, I was wearing it through the day and putting it in water to soak over night. As a result my cup went white, rather than the usual sort of translucent white that it was. I’ve stopped wearing it as much now, the other day rather than leaving it to soak I cleaned it and left it out to dry, it’s now gone a very translucent brown/cream colour, not very brown but a significant change from what it was.
Am I being really bad at caring for my cup, and does this mean I may have shortened it’s life expectancy?
11:11

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Hiya! I've been lurking in here for a little while, and have been browsing the links on the info page. Before joining this community, I had heard of the keeper, and Instead cups, but had never heard of the Divacup or Mooncup before. I have a basic question, that I probably should have figured out from the websites, but...
what are the differences in the keeper, the divacup, and the mooncup? I've noticed that some people seem to prefer one over the other, and I just wonder why. I was planning to get a keeper...but now I'm unsure which would be my preference, or if it even matters? I'll be 31 next month and have had two children. Any advice/comments? Thanks :D