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motherslove311
I have heard about menstrual cups and I really want to try them. I tried the Instead soft cups during my last period and I could not ever get them to open. I have always been very small in my vaginal area (despite having 4 kids and being over 30) and my uterus is tilted back, which makes my cervix hard to reach. I have researched many different cups, but I don't know how to tell which one is right for me. Any help or suggestions? Thanks. :-)
 
 
 
anh06005anh06005 on October 3rd, 2012 11:47 pm (UTC)
Narrow and long makes me think of diva cup. Its one of the longest brands (not sure anymore with all of these new ones!) and they are pretty narrow. When guesstimating your flow remember most people who start using cups say they don't bleed nearly as much as they thought. So think of how many pads and tampons you use and what size they are and check the cup capacities.

Lucky for you divacup is very accessible if you are in the US. They are the only ones my local natural food store carry