menstrual cup journey-a review on v-cups8:00:00 AM
several months ago i decided i was taking my body back and switching to menstrual cups and reusable mama cloth. i've been on this journey for five cycles now and i have to say that it has been a breeze and not as terrifying as i had anticipated when i started. i've had zero leaks, haven't dropped my cup in the toilet, and i haven't been in a position where i didn't have something with me when i started my period.
before my journey began, it was suggested that i get the size 2 (or size b) cup, as i am over thirty and have had children. so when i ordered my cups (mooncup, blossom, and a diva), i ordered that size. the cups have felt comfortable enough, but i do feel like they might be just a tad too long for me, so i decided to invest in a smaller cup size to try out. in my search, i discovered v-cups.
v-cups offers both of their sizes in one package, which is nice because you're not paying a whole lot more for the extra cup. their combo package includes two cups; size small-medium and medium-large; or size a and b. you also get an instructional insert and a breathable bag to store your cup in between use.