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FLEX - Discos menstruales, 12 u.
FLEX - Discos menstruales, 12 u.
FLEX
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Softdisc - Discos menstruales
Softdisc - Discos menstruales
Softdisc
$15.49
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The DivaCup, Menstrual Cup
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The DivaCup, Menstrual Cup
DivaCup
$41.99
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FLEX - Kit de descubrimiento, FULL
FLEX - Kit de descubrimiento, FULL
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$42.99
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FLEX - Kit de descubrimiento, SLIM
FLEX - Kit de descubrimiento, SLIM
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Flex Reusable Menstrual Disc, 1 CT
Flex Reusable Menstrual Disc, 1 CT
FLEX
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$34.99
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Cora Cup, Premium, Ultra-Soft Period Cup
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Cora Cup, Premium, Ultra-Soft Period Cup
Cora
$34.99
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Flex Foaming Cup Wash, 3.4 OZ
Flex Foaming Cup Wash, 3.4 OZ
FLEX
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$9.99
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Intimina Lily Cup One - Copa menstrual
Intimina Lily Cup One - Copa menstrual
Intimina
$24.99
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Intimina Lily Cup - Copa menstrual, tamaño B
Intimina Lily Cup - Copa menstrual, tamaño B
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Intimina Lily Cup Compact Size B
Intimina Lily Cup Compact Size B
Intimina
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Intimina Lily Cup - Copa menstrual, tamaño A
Intimina Lily Cup - Copa menstrual, tamaño A
Intimina
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Intimina Ziggy Cup 2 (Size A)
Intimina Ziggy Cup 2 (Size A)
Lelo
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$44.99
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Flex Plant+ Menstrual Disc, 12 CT
Flex Plant+ Menstrual Disc, 12 CT
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$15.99
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CVS Health Menstrual Cup
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CVS Health Menstrual Cup
CVS Health
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$29.99
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Softcup Menstrual Cup
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Softcup Menstrual Cup
Softcup
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What Is a Menstrual Cup?

Menstrual cups offer an alternative to traditional pads and tampons. Many menstrual cups are reusable, while others are designed for single-use only. One of the major benefits of menstrual cups is that they can be used over and over again, so you won't need to buy period pads o tampones every month. This can be especially appealing to women who are concerned about the environment and the waste that pads and tampons create.

How Does a Menstrual Cup Work?

Menstrual cups are inserted into the vagina during a woman's period and work by collecting rather than absorbing blood. Most manufacturers say that you can leave the cup in for up to 12 hours. When the cup is inserted properly, it should form a seal that prevents leakage. Once the cup is full, you can simply empty it, wash it out, and reinsert it. While the convenience and monetary savings of not having to go through multiple period products like pads and tampons every month can be a great benefit, it is important to know that menstrual cups can sometimes be messy to empty out and clean. It is very important to properly clean your menstrual cup between uses and sanitize it in between period cycles, so if you are squeamish or not comfortable cleaning your cup regularly, a menstrual cup may not be right for you.

How to Choose a Menstrual Cup

There is no one-size-fits-all best menstrual cup. Instead, there are many menstrual cup brands and styles to choose from. Some popular menstrual cup brands include: Diva Cup, Lily Cup, Flex Cup, and a disposable menstrual cup called Softcup. Each menstrual cup is slightly different, just like each woman's anatomy, so you may need to try a few brands before you find that perfect fit. Most brands of menstrual cups offer two sizes to choose from, usually depending on whether you have given birth vaginally or not. Remember - the best menstrual cup for you is the one that fits comfortably, is easy to insert and remove, and does not leak.

Are Menstrual Cups Safe?

Just like with tampones, when used correctly menstrual cups are generally safe. However, it is important to know that in contrast to popular belief, recent studies have shown that menstrual cups do carry a risk of Toxic Shock Syndrome (TSS), just like tampons. You can cut down on your risk by following proper usage recommendations like not wearing the cup for longer than the maximum recommended timeframe. For most cups, the limit is 12 hours, but you should refer to your menstrual cup’s instructions to be sure. Experts suggest sterilizing the cup in boiling water in between each use instead of just once a month in between your period cycles; it can be helpful to purchase two cups so you can wear the clean one while you sanitize the other. You should also be sure to wash your hands thoroughly before inserting the cup. If you have questions or concerns, you should talk to your doctor.

How Long Do Silicone Menstrual Cups Last?

The medical-grade silicone used in most menstrual cups can last for up to 10 years, though the thickness of each brand's cup varies, altering the lifespan of your period cup. Some menstrual cups are prone to staining as well, which, despite not decreasing the efficacy of its protection against leakage, can be an aesthetic deterrent from using one for a prolonged length of time.

How To Use Period Cup

Period cups may seem daunting at first, but like the first time your teenage self used a tampon, you will get more comfortable and confident with each use. Similar to the first step before inserting a tampon, you will want to thoroughly wash your hands, often suggested with fragrance-free soap. Once you are clean and ready, a few easy steps will allow you to insert and use a period cup with every cycle, saving you money, and protecting the planet from unnecessary package waste.

  • Flatten your menstrual cup

  • Fold your period cup in half, creating a 'C' shape

  • Spread your legs, and separate your labia with your free hand

  • Guide in the folded menstrual cup rim-first

  • Allow the cup to gently unfold within you and rotate it sideways to help it spring open, preventing leakage Your unique anatomy and the shape and depth of your cervix will also determine which cup size and form fit your body best, matching a heavy flow or light cycle with the menstrual cup suited to your needs. Speak with your doctor and peruse CVS for the ideal period cup to assist you in your efforts for an easier, and environmentally friendly, menstrual cycle.