I'll just stick with the easy way of pull and dispose. I don't have the time or desire to deal with digging and cleaning.sweetpea said:Ok...I have some questions.
#1 How do you forget to take a tampom out? I would think the string would be a clue. :shrug:
My only guess is, the girl is too loose and loses it?
#2 How in gods name do you cram not just 2 but 3 fricken tampons all up in there w/o some kind of clue that there are others? ie...a string or two or it doesn't go in easily as usually.
See my answer to number 1.
#3 How do you get the nasty cup fool of blood out w/o making a mess?
I just don't know... :shrug:
sweetpea said:Yeah....there's question #4. ew ew ew
I'm sorry...but the whole idea of this thing is just plain nasty!
I really have tried and tried to find a good point to the cooch cup...but I can't...I just can't. All of it just sounds ridiculous.Angel said:
I just don't understand how it can be cleaned at work. Do you say, "Don't mind me, I'm cleaning my cup?" I just do not see a way to be discrete with this thing if you work in an eviroment that doesn't allow you the privacy. I am already the person who washes my hands when I walk in the bathroom, and I also do the Doctor thing when I walk out of the bathroom. I would be disgusted to know that somebody cleaned thier cup out in the same sink I washed my hands in. OMG, I am so freaked out right now.
You're not old enough yet. Wait until your 40+. It isn't two teaspoons. More like a gallon.Geek said:I think the disposables sound good. Don't we only put out like 2 teaspoons of blood during our periods? I can't imagine it overflows :shrug:
Geek said:I think the disposables sound good. Don't we only put out like 2 teaspoons of blood during our periods? I can't imagine it overflows :shrug:
Pete said:Update? Any leakage?