Has anyone started their daughters out on this? Would like to hear experiences for the younger set.

asked on December 20, 2012

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I first tried when I was 17, and a few times after that for a couple of years. I got too frustrated and couldn't make it work. Finally I started using it regularly around 20 after "other" things had been up there ;)
Natalie
· November 23, 2014
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I haven't, my daughter is 6. But I have thought about getting her one, for when the time comes. She already knows I use it and she is comfortable with concept. Good idea.
squisheez
· December 28, 2012
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sorry this is posting under my husband's name. my daughter is three and a half, still potty training, so she is in the bathroom with me a lot and sees me using the cup. she knows all about it and how it works, it's kind of funny. I think since she has been exposed to it, it will be a lot easier for her to use it herself when she gets old enough. I would definitely offer it to her. Or cloth pads if she would rather. Or both.
Rebecca Campbell
· December 13, 2013
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No harm to introduce it to a younger girl, but I think she'd only be able to use it after being comfortable with tampons. It would seem too large and intimidating for a 12 y/o in my opinion. But make it available for when she's ready.
Jen
· May 2, 2015
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My daughter is very young still, but I'm planning on getting her one when it's time. I'd imagine young girls would have trouble with it in the beginning though... I myself didn't even feel comfortable using tampons until I was 17. Maybe with some good education though...
Pilze0
· June 15, 2013
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A teenage girl might not have the patience to get the hang of this, but it's worth at least trying. But, girls will probably struggle to get it in with an intact hymen...so the insert that comes with the cup says.
Benjamin
· May 26, 2014
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