Why you should give menstrual cup one more chance ?
Here is what our doctor says about the benefits of menstrual cup
A menstrual cup or a period cup is a small, flexible funnel-shaped cup made of rubber or silicone, designed to insert into your vagina during your period to collect blood, instead of absorbing the blood like a napkin or a tampon.
The menstrual cup is a reusable feminine hygiene product that can hold more blood than other methods. This makes them an eco-friendly alternative to pads or tampons. Depending on your flow, you could wear a cup for 6 to 12 hours or for overnight protection, and remove your menstrual cup and empty it when it becomes full, to avoid leaks.
A menstrual cup comes in varying sizes and must be chosen carefully
Dr Maitreyee Athavale
MS Obstetrics and Gynaecology
Expert recommended Menstrual Cups
Learn how to clean the cup
Before/after your period
Sterilize your menstrual cup in boiling water for 2-3 minutes.
During your period
Empty your cup, rinse under clean running water, then reinsert.
In a public bathroom
Use a bottle of water or wipe clean with dry or damp toilet paper, then reinsert.
How to pick the right size
Different brands come up with their own size options. Please be careful and read the size recommended by the brands very carefully before making the purchase