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Mooncup users - help!

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Hausfrau Mon 18-Jul-05 15:25:20

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dizzydo Mon 18-Jul-05 15:33:56

Try removing it without using the "dangly bit"!I think if you are able to remove it without that then you can trim it right off if you want, if you cant then make sure you still leave enough of it to get a grip IYSWIM

PrettyCandles Mon 18-Jul-05 15:35:57

I've trimmed mine right down to the cup itself. It was never quite comfortable until I did that, but now I often can't 'feel' it at all. To take it out I squeeze the base and rotate - if anything it's easier to take out without the stem (or maybe that's just practice) but it's certainly easier to insert without the stem. HTH

fishfinger Mon 18-Jul-05 15:36:50

snort! I was htinking recently its ages snce we had a moony cup thread

Hausfrau Mon 18-Jul-05 15:38:44

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giraffeski Mon 18-Jul-05 15:40:40

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Hausfrau Mon 18-Jul-05 20:56:37

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