Menstrual cups are adaptable cups that are worn inside the vagina during monthly cycle to gather menstrual blood. They are typically made of medicinal silicon and are promoted on the grounds that researchers currently think of them as totally sheltered, and they significantly reduce the amount of harmful waste caused by the use of pads and pads. In addition, a glass can be used for 10 years.
The idea originated in the 20th century, though they were never very popular.
The initial ones are made of rubber, and today there are silicone just as dispensable ones. It is accessible in all sizes, shapes and colors.
For most ladies, the menstrual cup “lies” somewhat lower than the tampons, and if you insert it properly you will have no discomfort.
It feels like you have a buffer, but you only need to clean the glass every 10 to 12 hours.
Remove, wash, wipe with a clean towel and reinsert. The hose is washed with mild soap and sterilized in boiling water for two minutes when you are finished using it for that month.
Although there have been some stories, such as pads and tampons, that they are unsafe and can cause infections, menstrual cups remain on top of the safest hygiene products throughout the menstrual cycle. There is not even a danger of toxic shock syndrome as with tampons. They are also as useful as tampons when it comes to swimming or sports, and some claim, though they do not seem to be milder than tampons, and the smell is easier to control.
The hose is quite expensive, but it saves long-term because you can use it for up to 10 years. Some women claim that they find it unpleasant to think of using this glass as well as having difficulty with the insert. What do you think, do you use or do you like this idea?