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I was just browsing around the JM website and saw a question someone had posted, she asked how to keep her husbands "stuff" in after sex. Someone told her to try softcups....I've never heard of these but I'm going to google them.
I know about them, I have not used them. I use the Diva cup for menstruation and it is somewhat similar to that. You just slip the cup in so that the sperm doesn't fall out and you can place it up closer to the cervix. It seems like it would be good for women that can't just lay there after sex for a while. You can put the soft cup in and just get up without all the sperm coming out of you via gravity. KWIM?
Ditto PP. I do the Barbra Streisand. For all you youngsters who don't know what I'm talking about, she used to quip that when she was trying to have a baby, she'd put her legs up in the air after sex. I look like a jack*** but who's gonna see me?
Do the softcups! Between these and preseed, I'm SURE they helped me!! They kept hubby's 'stuff' all up close to my cervix for hours and hours.
These can be hard to get out! You may not feel very coordinated the first few times, and will probly make a mess. Don't try it at work until you know how to get them out with finesse! (voice of experience!! lol)
__________________ Susan, dh Tom, dd Megan (14), ds Marcus (12), Our new baby Dean
I never knew until that moment how badly it could hurt to lose something you never really had. - Missed Miscarriage at 10 weeks - 3/26