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soft cups for ttc? *Mrs. Mom* Due April 25; 2 kids; Ohio 1911 posts
13th Jan '13

Anyone use these for ttc and it worked for them?

ρiηkie ρie 3 kids; 3 angel babies; Kentucky 21902 posts
13th Jan '13

I used them the cycle I got pregnant with LO. :D

BabyJsMama 2 kids; 1 angel baby; Thailand 4358 posts
13th Jan '13

Yep :) After 16 months TTC we finally concieved, but had a miscarriage at 8 weeks. After 3 months of recovering, I decided to give it a go again using soft cups. The first month I got a positive but it was a chemical pregnancy and I bled two days later. But then 2 months later using them still I got my BFP and am now 9 weeks along :)

*Mrs. Mom* Due April 25; 2 kids; Ohio 1911 posts
13th Jan '13
Quoting BabyJsMama:" Yep :) After 16 months TTC we finally concieved, but had a miscarriage at 8 weeks. After 3 months of ... [snip!] ... chemical pregnancy and I bled two days later. But then 2 months later using them still I got my BFP and am now 9 weeks along :)"


Aww congrats :) sticky dust to you! I hope this question isn't TMI but did you get any leakage using them? Tonight was the first time I tried them it leaked a little and was kinda freaky cuz I thought I wasn't gonna get it out lol

BabyJsMama 2 kids; 1 angel baby; Thailand 4358 posts
13th Jan '13
Quoting Sarah24Michelle:" Aww congrats :) sticky dust to you! I hope this question isn't TMI but did you get any leakage using ... [snip!] ... Tonight was the first time I tried them it leaked a little and was kinda freaky cuz I thought I wasn't gonna get it out lol"


Thank you. I saw a video online where a woman showed how to roll them up so they'd be shorter and closer to the cervix. The two months I tried that they didn't work, so baggier is better, lol. But right after I'd bolt to the bathroom, put one foot up on the toilet and Id fold it like a taco, aim for my butt and pop it in, then I'd feel in there to make sure my cervix was in fact in the bag...I couldn't get it to pop up in there otherwise, but yeah I'd still occasionally leak, but there'd still be some left a few hours later when I removed the cup ( I left it about 6 hours each time)

*Mrs. Mom* Due April 25; 2 kids; Ohio 1911 posts
13th Jan '13
Quoting BabyJsMama:" Thank you. I saw a video online where a woman showed how to roll them up so they'd be shorter and closer ... [snip!] ... occasionally leak, but there'd still be some left a few hours later when I removed the cup ( I left it about 6 hours each time)"


WoW doesn't sound like I put it in right lol first of all I was lying down and just slid it on in like a tampon or something. I didn't pull the plastic part down. And I guess you have to sit down to put it in?

BabyJsMama 2 kids; 1 angel baby; Thailand 4358 posts
13th Jan '13
Quoting Sarah24Michelle:" WoW doesn't sound like I put it in right lol first of all I was lying down and just slid it on in like ... [snip!] ... slid it on in like a tampon or something. I didn't pull the plastic part down. And I guess you have to sit down to put it in?"


I always stood up, if I sat it wouldn't go in right, but its just me. i tried using them for my period and never could get them to stay in right. Thats why I'd always feel in there to make sure my cervix was in there, otherwise i was completely blocking it :/ If laying down worked for you, then more power to you, and Good luck!!