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08 October 2014 @ 12:53 pm
I have used a menstrual cup for 5 years now. I started with a lunette then I went to a fleurcup and now I use a sibell. The sibell is the softest cup I have. When I first started using cups I didn't have this problem. Now I can barely pee when I have the cup in. It also makes me feel like I have to pee all the time. I know that there are softer cups now but I'm not sure which ones. I do have a low cervix so I need a shorter cup but I need a high capacity. The ones I have are larges. Is there one out there that is short, soft and has a high capacity? I've been looking at the softcups. I don't like the idea of using a different one every cycle but I also don't think I should continue using the ones I am. I feel like they would leak more than a regular menstrual cup. Am I wrong? Thanks for any advice!
Luceafaraluceafara on October 11th, 2014 04:57 pm (UTC)
There are two very awesome videos comparing cup softness at the bottom of this page:

It's an Italian seller I bought from twice now, and they compare a bunch of cups they don't even sell, just for the sake of a complete comparison.

Words to know:
Morbido/morbida = soft
Taglia = size
Coppetta mestruale = MC