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I came across this community on my search. I am grateful to have, I never knew there were some many options. Along the way, reading through posts I noticed a lot of women liked the UK moon cup but said it was not available in the US. naturally i was curious and looked it up. I may not have seen a later post that said other wise but I did find that they are now selling to the US.its called MCUK. I ordered one and anxious to see how well it works. I am currently using the instead cup ( I am new to the cup use only my 2nd time) and while they are better than tampons, the leak and slip. I see a lot of post from younger girls and the suggested cups but not much for 33 with 2 vaginal births. along with the moon cup UK, I ordered a sckoon and ruby cup. I have a high cervix and heavy flow. Are these any that you would recommend?
below is the link for the moon cup UK

http://www.mooncup.co.uk/how-to-order/mcuk-online-shop.html?tags=US
 
Kai: 2Cupskuradi8 on July 6th, 2014 02:25 pm (UTC)
"[In addition to the MCUK] I ordered a sckoon and ruby cup. [...] Are these any that you would recommend?"

It doesn't matter whether or not we recommend them -- you've already bought them. How they fit and suit YOU will be the determining factor in how much YOU like them.

Don't buy any more cups until you get through the learning curve with the ones you'll have. You'll probably like some more for heavy days, others more for light. It's perfectly OK to mix and match them with Insteads for other days.

Go to the Community FAQ and read posts such as the Myths and the Commonly Asked Questions. They should head off questions and problems during your learning curve.

(Edited for typos and wording.)

Edited at 2014-07-06 03:38 pm (UTC)
wendy_rn29 on July 6th, 2014 04:17 pm (UTC)
I am not planning to buy any more till i have tried them out. after reading the post and looking i thought those would be the most likely to work. I will probably need to mix and match throughout my cycle.but trying them will be the only way to know for sure :)