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Sarcasticia Nitpickerson
21 February 2015 @ 07:36 pm
Hey, menstrual cuppers! It's a new year (sorta) and we've got new members! It's really nice to see the community acting as a fresh resource for new and existing cup users.

If I could just ask everyone to take a look at the rules, that would be excellent. That includes new and old members. I've been observing some slippage on related topics and gender-neutral language on the part of both new and old members. The main thing is to keep this a civil and welcoming place for all cup users, so thanks for helping with that!
izzyj123izzyj123 on February 27th, 2016 04:45 pm (UTC)
I am a newly cup user
I have recently been trying these cups but am curious on how I can go to the toilet whilst wearing them. Sometimes it gets tricky to remove whilst I am at school and scared someone will see me. I don't know what to do? does anyone else feel like this? Did anyone else got it stuck in before? please help :)
..::bella vita::..por_que_no on March 20th, 2016 02:27 pm (UTC)
Re: I am a newly cup user
hey there! do you mean you need to empty out and reinsert your cup during school hours because you overflow it? or do you mean that you cannot actually use the bathroom with your cup in? For the latter, a softer cup may help. (Anything firmer than the absolute softest on the market puts pressure on my bladder so I feel you there!) For the "stuck" issue, getting a cup that's long enough for a high cervix will help, as well as enlarging the anti-suction holes around the rim, particularly if you have a Diva!