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How to Choose Your First Menstrual Cup!

Menstrual Cups Usage

How to Choose Your First Menstrual Cup!

With so many brands of menstrual cups out in the market today, you may be lost in the sea of choices and wonder which one you should purchase as your first menstrual cup. Before you rush out to get the most popular brand or whatever's most easily available, here are some factors you should take into consideration, to make sure your first cup is suitable for your body!

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Which Menstrual Cup is Right for Me?

Menstrual Cups Usage

Which Menstrual Cup is Right for Me?

One of the questions we get most often is "Which cup should I buy?" or "Which cup is most suitable for me?" For first-time cup users, it may seem like a daunting task to wade through the plethora of information on the different cups available on the Internet. However, do keep in mind that most cups are relative similar, so there is no need to over-analyse and stress out over the options available. Below are some considerations to keep in mind when choosing your cup. All our listings include the necessary information required for you to make the right choice. Amount...

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How Do I Use a Menstrual Cup?

Menstrual Cups Usage

How Do I Use a Menstrual Cup?

Inserting a menstrual cup is similar to inserting a tampon. First, wash your hands. Then, fold your menstrual cup to make it smaller. While squatting or standing with one foot on the floor and the other on a toilet or bath tub, slowly push the folded cup into your vagina. This should be done at about a 45 degree angle as your vagina is angled and not straight-up inside your body. The cup should pop open and unfold inside your vagina, which creates a light seal against the vaginal walls. Make sure the cup is unfolded so blood does not...

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How Do I Use a Sea Sponge Tampon?

Sea Sponge Tampons Usage

Inserting a Sea Sponge Tampon Firstly, wash your hands. Wet the sponge with warm clean water to soften it, and drain out excess water until the sponge feels slightly damp. With your fingers, compress the sponge and gently insert it into your vagina until it feels secure and comfortable. (If you sit down and it feels like you’re sitting on a lump, your sponge is probably not in far enough. Try pushing it upwards a little more.) You will need to remove and clean the sponge every 3 hours or depending on your flow to prevent leakage. Use your fingers to feel the...

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