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Selina Okanlawon 9 Rep.

Hello, 

If you’re a woman like me 

that’s

-under 30

-got a thin stature

-5’6 or 5’7

-weighs berween 100-115 lbs

-not given birth vaginally

-not physically active

Which shape of a cup do you recommend?  And is it a good idea to stick with that same shape for life?

How do I determine whether a soft or firm base is best for me? 

How do I determine whether a soft or firm rim is best for me? 

Whenever you choose a menstrual cup,  it depends on factors such as how low or high your cervix is during your time of the month, the volume of your flow, whether you’re under or over 30, whether you’ve given birth vaginally,  etc. Does it also depend on how soft or firm your cervix is during your time of the month? If so,  how would you determine which cup is right for you, when you have a soft cervix? Which cup is right for you when you have a firm cervix? 

Do cups help to relieve cramps overtime? If so, how?

Is it germy to clean and wash the cup when you’re in the shower?

Is it best to insert the cup when you’re vagina is irritated (from whatever cause whether its from douching or something else)?

Before you buy a cup, is it best to buy a sample size first? 

 

Thanks. 

Red Herring answered