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Brandie wrote:
Seei am worried that i would make a mess with it.
Also i keep sing it to the tune of the moonpig ads Wink

You do know that i will have that in my head now EVERY time i use it!!!

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Lol sorry Miss P.

wilfver

I have been using mine for over 5 years now and would not go back to tampons. After the second month I realised that I no longer had to worry about the eternal question 'do I have enough protection toget me through this month?' the only time I had a 'leak' was early in my useage when I forgot I had my priod as I was so comfortable and therefore forgot to empty the cup in time. As I start to face the big M and find my periods getting more irregular, the cup is my savior as I can carry it at all times and unlike tampons I can insert it before a priod starts if I get the familiar stomach cramp

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Seems like no-one has a bad word to say about them.  How much are they then? 

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I got mine from ebay and it was £17 with postage, so not cheap, but then neither are sanitary products each month.  

Ive read so many reviews about them, hundreds infact and only seen 1 negative.  It got stuck and she had to go to hospital to have it removed :/

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http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/MOONCUP-SIZE-A-AND-B-BNIB-SANITARY-PROTECTION-...

Heres a cheap one, but it doesnt have its box, she says its new and never used, but you never know!!!

http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/Mooncup-/110899308886?pt=UK_Health_HealthCare_...

wilfver

The larger branches of boots sell them, but you have to look for them as they are almost hidden. I think mine cost me £20 and the cost had been putting me off, but then I realised that I spent over £2 every month on sanitary products, so it had paid for itself with the first year

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I spend about £5 a month so definitely worth while for me

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Blimey Miss P you will be rolling in cash by the end of the year! Hurrah!

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I know!  I have to buy 2 boxes of lilets, they are the only ones that do the super plus extra and are over £2 a box each and then i have to have a pack of always too because im so heavy i cant use one thing by itself.  

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