Medical Silicone Organic Soft Menstrual Cup
What is a menstrual cup?
A soft menstrual cup is exactly what it sounds like: a flexible cup that women can insert into their vaginas in order to collect their menstrual flow. They’re made of latex rubber or medical silicone, and they come in reusable or disposable varieties.When you think of your period, two options typically come to mind:tampons or pads. But a third option exists: menstrual cups. If you ever wondered “What is a menstrual cup?” or how the heck to use it, we’re here to fill you in.
Menstrual cups are flexible cups instead of pads, tampons. Difference with other, it made from medical silicone that you insert into the vagina to collect period flow rather than absorb it(like pads).
If you are a virgin, you can use a menstrual cup. In fact, you can start using a soft menstrual cup as soon as you get your period. Although there is no age limit; it does however require that you are comfortable with your body and period.
How to choose right size menstrual cup for you?
Small Size: For those new to the world of periods or 26 years of age or younger.
Large Size: You’re over the age of 30 and/or have a heavier menstrual flow.
How do I know my soft menstrual cup size? Measure your cervix to determine the length of cup you should buy. Take into consideration how heavy your flow is and cup capacity
Do menstrual cups hurt or feel uncomfortable? Many people can’t feel their cups at all once they’re inserted, Dr. Cullins says, and it shouldn’t be painful when you insert it, either (though it might take more practice to use than a tampon or pad).
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