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The Pee Safe Cups might be wider than some of the other small-sized cups on the market. A narrower cup might be more comfortable for you to insert if you feel like it’s too big/wide.
But, before you run out to buy another cup, you can try some water-based lubricant to help ease the cup in. Lubricant helps a LOT. I suggest applying a dot to yourself, rinse your hands, and then handle your cup. Otherwise, everything can get a little too slippery.
If that still doesn’t help, you might check into cups like the small Venus Cup, Casco Mini or small, or the Diva Cup model 0 or 1.
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