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cautiouskitty
27 October 2013 @ 03:05 pm
Hello everyone!

I started using my first cup (Diva size 2) last month and absolutely loved it once I got the kinks worked out. My only other girl coworker was just as enthused when I showed her my cup (before I used it) and what it was supposed to do. She is now in the market for a cup as well.

I would love to get some recommendations for her as to which cup would be a good starting place. She is 5'3" tall, very petite, weighs 96 lbs. She's not a virgin, but has no children, and is 24 years old. She says she has a pretty high cervix while she's menstruating.

If anyone can point me in the right direction for her, I would love you forever! :)
 
Kai: 2Cupskuradi8 on October 27th, 2013 07:12 pm (UTC)
Send her to the size and capacity charts over at the Community FAQ. Including knock-offs, she has over 3 dozen brands to choose from.
cautiouskittycautiouskitty on October 27th, 2013 07:59 pm (UTC)
Thanks! Since I'm at work for the next hour, when we get a spare moment, I'll have her look around.
tobilei on October 28th, 2013 02:06 am (UTC)
I have a high cervix too (can reach with the pad of my index finger during my period) and find long cups much easier than medium length one's.

The diva is one of the longer one's, as are the keeper (it's latex though) Yuuki and MiaCups.

The size will in part depend on how heavy her flow is. Heavy get a larger cup, not heavy, smaller.

Last but not least softness. Yuuki comes in both soft and firm versions, the diva you know how squishy it is (I believe it rates a 4 on the squishiness charts) and the MiaCup I believe is slightly softer than the diva (their website has been out of stock for a long while, but you can purchase through menstrualcups UK).

Others will possibly suit as well but those are top of my list as far as long cups and high cervix's go (another thing to consider is shape, some girls prefer a cone shape like the diva, others a rounder bottom which provides more capacity if your cervix steals space).
juliiie87juliiie87 on October 31st, 2013 03:17 pm (UTC)
Define high cervix and report here : http://sizecharts.livejournal.com/

Height an weight are irrelevant to the size and shape of your vagina. But do pay attention to stiffness, there's a stiffness chart linked to the sizecharts page.
nemesis27nemesis27 on October 28th, 2013 01:32 pm (UTC)
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I don´t understand your friend´s measures, here measured in cm and weigh in kg, but imagine she's small.
if she hasn´t have a heavy flow, the best is a small cup.
hardness depend on her preference, I personally prefer softer and I like the wider than the cone shaped.

I invited you to visit my blog, I have photos of my cups and you can see the shape.

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