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(8 Posts)
oigetoffmycheese Fri 16-Jun-17 13:47:53

So not sure where this sits (on mumsnet or inside me😳).

Have just used it for the first time and although it's not uncomfortable I can definitely "feel" it.

Is that normal?

JohnLapsleyParlabane Fri 16-Jun-17 13:49:31

It may be too low, or it may be too hard, mooncup as a brand is a very firm cup. Earthwise girls website has a good guide to cups.

LivingInMidnight Fri 16-Jun-17 17:18:23

Did you remove the stem?

donkey86 Fri 16-Jun-17 17:20:56

It probably needs to go a bit higher. I can't feel mine when it's in the right place.

oigetoffmycheese Sat 17-Jun-17 07:06:17

I've cut a bit of the stem off and will try again. Thanks for replies.

welshweasel Sat 17-Jun-17 07:08:47

I had to cut the stem off entirely and place it quite far up. I cant feel mine at all.

picklemepopcorn Sat 17-Jun-17 07:55:16

Start by pushing it higher. Then trim the stem.

SecretFreebirther Sat 17-Jun-17 23:34:38

I think sometimes your body just needs to get used to it being there. I cramped for a while the first time I used mine but it resolved without needing to move it.

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