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18 January 2015 @ 05:20 pm
I currently own a cheapie ebay cup. While I like using a cup, but this one seems to be very soft and I can't always get it to pop open and seal correctly. The cup I have is "size 2". I am sexually active and have had a child via c-section, although I did go through labor and he ended up getting stuck while crowning. I'm uncertain about what size to get for this reason because all the descriptions say size 2 for after vaginal birth. This is the cup I have in size 2 or large, whatever they call it. I am interested in the Meluna, and Fleurcup. Should I stick with the large size? $(KGrHqZHJFEFJ0Lgu)KVBSefs3p5!!~~60_35
dhrachthdhrachth on January 19th, 2015 12:26 am (UTC)
If the large size doesn't feel too big, I'd stick with larger size cups. I've never even been pregnant, and I have to use the bigger size for the increased capacity. If you're not filling up the larger cup, the smaller might be fine. But I figure (if comfort isn't an issue) it's better to have more cup than you need than to take a chance on having too small a cup for your flow.