If you have previously recommended this thread, you should see a tick / check mark on the recommend button. Click the tick to undo the recommendation (the tick may appear to change to a cross as you do this.) If you added a comment with your recommendation, you will need to delete that from your facebook wall separately.
My 16 yr old started her periods over 6 years ago and has never used tampons. She prefers to use sanitary towels. I use tampons. DD2 is 12 and started her first period yesterday. Today she is wearing a towel but as she goes swimming a lot I mentioned to her about using tampons and she was quite keen. Now to my question. What is the best way to help and advise her on how to use and to insert tampons? My mum was no help whatsoever when I was younger and I ended up finding out about tampons myself when I was 16 and had been having my periods for years. TIA!
I think that if you make the mooncup normal for your Dd's then it will be normal. Also, teen girls do spread the word about all kinds of stuff, so we might actually find that mooncup use becomes far more the norm in future generations <crosses fingers>