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13 May 2016 @ 03:08 pm
Hello everyone!

I was happy with my LadyCup L before pregnancy. When my periods came back post partum, I have much heavier flow and much more leaks. Before, I could insert my cup in the morning and forget about it till the evening. Now, I have to change it after a couple hours on my heaviest days. Moreover, after some weird leaks and doing some research, I found my cervix is dangly, so it takes up some space in the cup and it leaks even when there is little blood in it.

Could FemmyCycle be a solution for me? I've read some reviews but I'm still in doubt. I live in Russia. I couldn't find this cup in any local stores, and it will cost $61.68 together with shipping from Amazon. With current exchange rates, this is quite a lot.
..::bella vita::..por_que_no on May 13th, 2016 12:46 pm (UTC)
FemmyCycles are up for sale on http://mc-sales.livejournal.com/ pretty often--I wouldn't buy one new just because I see them there so often!

I liked mine once I figured out how to make sure the top of the cup was open around my cervix. But because glossy silicone sticks to my skin, and because the cup is obviously an unusual shape, I decided to go for something less "fiddly" and now use cups with traditional designs. But I don't have a dangly cervix really. For the dangly cervix I think the FemmyCycle could be your answer though!
olimoolimo on May 13th, 2016 01:39 pm (UTC)
Thanks for your input! I checked MC Sales, but I'm afraid shipping to Russia won't be cheap, so I'll hardly save much on a used cup. And the Russian post is sooooo slow.

I'd be fine with spending 60 dollars if I knew it would fit me. I hate those leaks! Before, I could even do without panty liners.
Serpent: neutralserpent_849 on May 15th, 2016 12:20 am (UTC)
well, i don't think it's *that* expensive... the post has been working better recently too.
femmycycles are sold in packs of two, but if someone is selling it you can get just one :)