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akiratakamashi
08 July 2013 @ 10:54 am
I have had a small Ladycup for about a year now and I really like it. I haven't really had any leakage with it or anything since the first few times I used it (my learning curve) but there are some improvements I would like to make. I have been looking at MeLuna cups for awhile and I really think it could work well for me.

Things I would like to improve about my cup is mostly the stem. The ladycup stem is quite pokey for me. I think it is because it is hollow. I have my stem cut about halfway on my LadyCup and I still feel some discomfort but I am afraid to cut the stem anymore. Another thing I would like to improve is that my LadyCup is kind of hard to remove because it is so sleek and because it is so short it ends pretty high in my vagina.

I want to purchase a MeLuna starter kit with a medium and large with a ring stem. Is a classic firmness going to be too firm after using a LadyCup? And I have heard that a medium MeLuna is comparable to a small LadyCup in the dimensions, but will a large MeLuna be too big?
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Kai: 2Cupskuradi8 on July 8th, 2013 04:10 pm (UTC)
Compare their dimensions at http://sizecharts.livejournal.com/ or any of the size charts at the Community FAQ. Also look at side by side photos to compare shapes.
teacupcake89 on July 10th, 2013 10:09 am (UTC)
if you look at the photo in this album of the small ladycup and the Melunas, http://menstrualcups.friendhood.net/t224-meluna-comparison-photos the large is probably your best bet if you want some length. The classics are quite a lot firmer than your ladycup, so I'd look at the soft stiffness, especially as the large meluna is slightly wider, you want it to be comfortable.

a small Si-bell, small fleurcup or small lunette could be other good options as they have long slim flat stems. The si-bell especially as it's soft, the fleur and lunette might be slightly stiffer than your ladycup.