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    Question About to buy a MeLuna menstrual cup...any experience with this or other cups?

    Just like the title says lol. I feel as if AF is on her way and don't want to waste time/money on tampons and the thrush treatment that will probably follow from tampons making me dry etc I was lookingat getting the MeLuna as it is latex, silicone etc free, which is good because I am easily irritated. And it comes in cool colours lol. The only thing I am concerned about is the size. Do I get a before baby or after baby size? I have had a d&c after my miscarriage, and ever since my pelvic floor has been a bit weak; i.e. when I sneeze sometimes a little wee comes out, or if I'm busting, same thing So which size shoul I get? MeLuna has S, M and L sizes.



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    Default About to buy a MeLuna menstrual cup...any experience with this or other cups?

    Lol so I've looked upthe measuremnets and compared to ther brands...I think I'd be safe with a medium...still lobe to hear from anyone that has one or any other menstrual cup though

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    Default About to buy a MeLuna menstrual cup...any experience with this or other cups?

    Just bumping. Yay, is it sad that I'm excited to buy a menstrual cup finally?

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    What did you end up getting?? And what size?

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    Wish I'd seen this earlier. I have the Meluna soft. I have a blue ball stem one, figured large to be on the safe side and they included a medium free so that was great (apparently they do that really often - they have ones that have minor flaws so can't be sold but are still perfectly safe and functional).
    I've only ever had the one brand but as far as I'm concerned it works really well. Bit of a learning curve to put in but they all have that aspect. Once you figure out the trick it's easy.
    I noticed a bit of a strong smell off it one cycle early on (2nd or 3rd month I think - I've had it about 6 months) and was concerned that maybe my body chemistry didn't like the material but I've not noticed it again so not sure what it was.
    It comes with a nice little purple bag too.
    Overall I'm very happy with the Meluna and the company and won't be going back to tampons ever again!

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    Nice!!
    Thats the one i am considering.. Its $40 for 2 cups, a sterilising kit and milton tablets and includes postage!



    Sent from my iPhone so sorry for the spelling and punctuation!!

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