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24 November 2015 @ 03:02 pm
Please help. I started my cup journey almost a year back.I started with diva - too long, hard then Lunette small- ok but felt small for me but large seems to be hard so after research I went for soft cup sckoon it was ok but the floor pattern was not comfortable. Now from past 6 months I am using si bell large and meluna short soft ( large).

The problem is my cervix seems to be low each day of my period. First day si bell works, next day meluna short with stem, next day meluna stem is poking last day meluna is completely fine and after periods si bell works perfectly.

My question will femmycycle low cervix will work for me. Be coz I went spending so much money again $40 and not sure it will work. Need help please
 
Kai: 2Cupskuradi8 on November 25th, 2015 01:51 pm (UTC)
The only way to know is to buy one and try it. Since you have figured out that the cups you already have "work perfectly" for you on specific days, why don't you just continue to use them in rotation? Maybe there isn't a one-cup-does-it-all for you. Many of us have different cups for heavy and light days. You seem to have a different one for each day.
..::bella vita::..por_que_no on November 25th, 2015 03:29 pm (UTC)
Several Femmycycles (including a smaller Teen one) are for sale at mc_sales if you want to try them cheaper than retail!
Serpent: neutralserpent_849 on November 26th, 2015 10:19 am (UTC)
the teen size femmycycle is quite long with the stem and has a low capacity.
durga02 on December 5th, 2015 06:19 am (UTC)
Thank you all for your valuable suggestion. I am going to use different cup for each day. 😊
Serpent: neutralserpent_849 on November 26th, 2015 10:17 am (UTC)
why are you considering it? do you need a higher capacity?
my cervix is really low, 1-2 cm in if even that. i prefer various short melunas (the XL shorty has a great capacity for its dimensions). i know that some people need to cut off the femmycycle funnel, and the ring stem may be difficult to get rid of. (also note that the only difference the low cervix version has is that the ring is smaller, the cup itself wasn't designed to fit a low cervix better)

also that's probably obvious, but if your meluna's stem bothers you, just cut it off? even if it's not on all days of the cycle. sounds like your cervix is low enough that you should have no problems removing a stemless cup.