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post #21 of 23
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I cannot see how my DH could even get in there with it already hanging out. : But, like I already said, I have a tilted pelvis, so maybe that is the problem.

I have a 'retroverted' uterus, is that the same? I guess I was just wondering though, if you can get it wrapped around the cervix, how it wouldn't work... doesn't sound like you were able to get it around the cervix? I know it can be very tricky at times, if I don't get it in at just the right angle it doesn't work at all and it seems easy not to get at the right angle... but when it's in correctly, for me, as I imagine a diaphragm should be, I don't even notice it at all, which is the only product for menstrual use I can say that about. DH can hit it, just as he can hit the cervix... but I don't like my cervix getting hit even more than the instead so for me I'm trying to avoid that anyway. It makes a difference how aroused I am also... the cervix lifts up and back or something.
post #22 of 23
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Originally Posted by veggiemomma View Post
Well, I really wanted to use the instead cup, but can't get it to stay in. No matter how many times I try or how tightly I squeeze the ring together, as soon as I let go, it literally pops out...TMI? If it does manage to stay in at all, it sits so low that you can actually see the edge of the from the outside.

I cannot see how my DH could even get in there with it already hanging out. : But, like I already said, I have a tilted pelvis, so maybe that is the problem.
you have to be able to tuck it under your pubic bone. I have a retroverted uterus, and had the same issue you describe, until I realized that I had to push the cup so it would pop behind the cervix, and be able to go in all the way and fit behind the pubic bone. basically it has to sit along the top wall of the vagina, if you run into your cervix the cup isn't going to be able to fit all the way in. I wish they made a smaller size cup, instead of it being OSFA, I have a feeling that a smaller size would be a lot easier for me to put in, and probably you too
post #23 of 23
I have done this repeatedly. my husband doesnt even know that I am wearing it.
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