A lot of women are replacing their tampons and pads with menstrual cups. In fact, a lot of them have gone on record to say that moving to a menstrual cup has been their best decision ever.

A menstrual cup is a feminine hygiene product that has been used as an alternative for pads and tampons to collect menstrual fluid. For women who have not had penetrative sex, a menstrual cup can still be inserted without asking your doctor first if it’s okay for you to use a menstrual cup.

Regardless of sexual activity, you can use a menstrual cup if you’re old enough to menstruate. Fortunately, while you may not have had sex, you do not have to abstain from using a menstrual cup if you

Here’s a quick chart that explains why the menstrual cup is making the world a better place.


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Advantages of Menstrual Cup over Pads and Tampons

  • Reusable menstrual cups are less wasteful, they don’t have to be changed as often, and they save a lot of money over time.
  • Menstrual cups are great for women who want to have sex during their period.

Things You Should Keep In Mind While Buying A Menstrual Cup

Size – Typically there are three sizes. Here’s a quick guide on how to choose which size works for you.

Firmness – While most menstrual cups are made of silicon, they vary a lot in their firmness. As a rule of thumb, soft silicone is a better choice for those who have sensitive skin or menstrual cramps.



Are you ready for the menstrual cup revolution?

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