MENSTRUAL CUPS: everything you need to know

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WHAT ARE MENSTRUAL CUPS?

Menstrual cups are nothing new in the feminine hygiene industry. They have been around for over 80 years, but have more recently started to gain popularity, due to their environmental impact.

 

A menstrual cup is a reusable, environmentally friendly, cost-effective menstrual hygiene product. It is inserted into the vagina to collect menstrual fluid. It is designed to form a seal that prevents blood from flowing outside of the vagina. Unlike tampons and pads that are designed to absorb the blood, menstrual cups collect and hold the fluid until it is removed and cleaned.

WHY USE A MENSTRUAL CUP?

Everyone's reason for using a menstrual cup is different. The main reason people make the switch from disposable menstrual cups is the cost savings. You can purchase a menstrual cup for $40 that can last up to 10 years. The other reason women are using menstrual cups are for the environment. Menstrual cups are recyclable, leaving no trace after it has served its purpose.  

Menstrual Cups: A Beginner's Guide

If you are considering switching to menstrual cups check out this beginner's guide. It has everything you need to about how to choose the right menstrual cup for your cycle, age, body type, and cervix.

MENSTRUAL CUP REVIEWS

We are compiling reviews for the menstrual cups that are currently on the market.

Our reviews are based on the experience of ourselves or readers like you.

 

We welcome feedback from our readers, especially if you have experience with a brand that is not listed below.

If you would like to contribute, please feel free to contact us using our contact page.

Complete Menstrual Cup Reviews

We don't want you to suffer through your period. That is why we are dedicated to providing you with the most up to date and accurate information. Our reviews are based on complete honesty and transparency.

Upcoming Menstrual Cup Reviews

We are dedicated to providing the most up to date and accurate information for our reader. Please keep in mind it takes time to complete a thorough review. As you can imagine, the cost of menstrual cups, adds up pretty quickly at $20 - $40 each. We rely on our amazing readers and generous companies to provide us with the resources necessary to provide these reviews.  Please bear with us, as we are working hard to provide you with the best content possible.

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Menstrual Cup Sizes: What you need to know

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Menstrual Cup Shapes: What's the difference?

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Menstrual Cups: Are they Worth the Cost?

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Menstrual Cup Material: What's it made of?

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How to Remove a Menstrual Cup (Without a Mess)

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Are Menstrual Cups Messy?

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Do Menstrual Cups Cause Yeast Infections?

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Menstrual Cup and IUD: What you need to know

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Menstrual Cups and Your Virginity (Don't Worry)

F.A.Q.

Menstrual Cup Questions

Do you have questions about your menstrual cup? If so, we have answers. Find the answers to the most asked questions about menstrual cups here.

Yes, menstrual cups are safe. They are made of medical-grade silicone and are recyclable, unlike many disposable menstrual products.

Most women report getting used to their menstrual cup by the 3rd cycle. By this time you will be more familiar with the best insertion and removal method for your body. Just remember, be patient it will take time to adjust to using a menstrual cup.

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This is where you can answer the above question in detail. Remember an FAQ is a question that most of your customers might have. Therefore, it is best to answer them in detail in order to show them that you have a solution for their queries.

Yes, you can use a menstrual cup if you are a virgin. You will not lose your virginity if you use a menstrual cup.

This is where you can answer the above question in detail. Remember an FAQ is a question that most of your customers might have. Therefore, it is best to answer them in detail in order to show them that you have a solution for their queries.

This is where you can answer the above question in detail. Remember an FAQ is a question that most of your customers might have. Therefore, it is best to answer them in detail in order to show them that you have a solution for their queries.

This is where you can answer the above question in detail. Remember an FAQ is a question that most of your customers might have. Therefore, it is best to answer them in detail in order to show them that you have a solution for their queries.

This is where you can answer the above question in detail. Remember an FAQ is a question that most of your customers might have. Therefore, it is best to answer them in detail in order to show them that you have a solution for their queries.

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