This is totally normal when you’re learning how your body works with the cup. Be patient and experiment with different folds and placing the cup higher or lower in your vagina. After inserting your cup, use your finger to check for gaps or folds and gently try to rotate the cup to test that it is sealed. If the cup is sealed, you won’t be able to rotate it.
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