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devaughn_wifey

Hi just have a quick question...

Bought a Lena L 2 months ago and it works good, the last 3 days.  But it's as though during the first 3-days my vag becomes so loose and/or slippery that there is like, no "wall friction" to hold the seal or something?  During the first 3-days it shifts all over the place, even to the point that it literally flipped upside down one time when I was chasing my 2 and 1/2-year old.  I knew something was "off", so I went to remove it, try to figure out what was going on... and realized I was feeling the lip of the cup instead of the base.

I thought I was just having insertion problems the first day, till it flipped upside down... then I started really wondering if I was "weird" or something.  I figured "This has a huge learning curve right? Cut yourself some slack" so I changed positions for insertion, fold methods, tried going way deep till I felt like I was gonna lose a hand (ha ha), mid-way deep, way shallow (base of cup & tab hanging out side)... but it always ends up tipping sidewise, dumping the contents (because it works for awhile (10-minutes or so) till it goes side wise)...

I'm just wondering if this is normal?? Am I just dealing with residual slobber?  Possibly missing my cervix or partially missing it and there's just so much flow it's allowing things to slip?

I had read through the size charts and other information that kuradi8 has posted a couple times now.  I know that there are larger cup widths, and softer too... am not sure if I should be going bigger, or softer or give it another month or two or doing something different or what??  I like the Lena for the last couple days but its the first ones that are challenging...

 
Kai: 2Cupskuradi8 on April 30th, 2016 10:48 pm (UTC)
Yes, it sounds like you need a wider cup. Longer too? Use what you know about your cup to figure that out. Same with shape, texture and other features.
..::bella vita::..por_que_no on May 1st, 2016 03:07 am (UTC)
Since you have a child, is it possible that your pelvic floor muscles took a beating when you gave birth to him? Even 1 child can wreck them. A wider cup may certainly help but it may also help (and even help more) to tone those muscles up again :) Kuradi8 always knows the PC muscle exercises that will do the trick!
devaughn_wifeydevaughn_wifey on May 6th, 2016 05:21 pm (UTC)
Pretty sure the floor muscles aren't doing too bad. Gonna purchase a set of ben wa's just to make sure, since I know it won't do any harm and might help, but... the problems I'm having are really weird. I've never heard of a cup flipping upside down before... so I looked around in here, tried to find others who might have had the same issues, but wasn't finding anything...

Thanks for responding! I was getting confused and worried when I didn't see any responses in my e-mail, but I must have turned my e-mail notifications off.