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Trying to decide which one to get. My periods are pretty short (3-4 days) and the second day is heavier. I've heard that the mooncup is a little smaller than the diva cup and I would assume a little more comfortable for that reason? But how can I tell its big enough for my needs? Also are they returnable (mooncup/diva cup)? Links to sites where I can buy them would be great as well.
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Trying to decide which one to get. My periods are pretty short (3-4 days) and the second day is heavier. I've heard that the mooncup is a little smaller than the diva cup and I would assume a little more comfortable for that reason? But how can I tell its big enough for my needs? Also are they returnable (mooncup/diva cup)? Links to sites where I can buy them would be great as well.
Mooncup is shorter, but wider (not much of either). Diva is more narrow and longer, and holds a bit more fluid. I have both cups, have used them both, and prefer Diva, but wouldn't hesitate to use Moon. You can find the cups directly through the companies that manufacture them, and there are a multitude of indpendent retailers online. PM me if you have any other questions, as I broke the rules once by PMing someone else to try to save them money by buying from the site I bought from. I was exstatic, and perhaps a little too much. Sometimes my thought of helpfulness sounds like a sale, but I'm just a fan of products I love! I'm a cupper for life!
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