Menstrual Cups - Frequently Asked Questions

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The cervix is a tight circular muscle through which menstrual fluid flows from the uterus to the cervix for excretion. The cervix feels somewhat like the tip of the nose, while the vaginal walls feel like the inside of the cheek. The cervix can change position according to your menstrual cycle, so to check the position of the cervix correctly, you should wait until the menstrual cycle is measured, because the cervix is at its lowest position at that time. Wash your hands and insert your index finger into your vagina. If you can already touch the cervix when you reach the second finger joint with your index finger, then you should lower the cervix.

Safety. All of our recommended cups are latex-free, made of high-quality medical and silicone, and will never cause allergic reactions.

TSS (Toxic Shock Syndrome) is a serious condition caused by toxin-producing strains of Staphylococcus aureus. Although rare, TSS can be fatal. Symptoms may include sudden onset of high fever, vomiting, diarrhea, dizziness, vertigo, and a sunburn-like rash. If you experience any of these symptoms while using a menstrual cup, remove the cup immediately and seek medical advice. Menstrual cups are not recommended if you have ever been diagnosed with TSS. If you have any doubts, we recommend that you consult your doctor.

No. Menstrual cups are not contraceptives and do not prevent pregnancy or sexually transmitted diseases.

Properly cleaning and storing your menstrual cup will ensure that it will last for many years. Although silicone is very durable, we recommend that you replace your menstrual cup if you notice any breakage or an oily or sticky film on the surface of the cup. It is normal for a menstrual cup to experience slight discoloration over time, and it does not affect the effectiveness or safety of the menstrual cup.

Can. All of the menstrual cups we recommend can be worn for 12 hours without interruption, and there will be no trouble of dripping by the next morning! If you have a high flow rate, you may wish to consider choosing a higher-capacity style.

Can. Menstrual cups are best for you who are active and active! If you pick your size cup and insert it correctly, you can go running, swimming, cycling, skiing, yoga, dancing, skydiving, bungee can do it!

No. The vagina will only go to the cervix, so the menstrual cup will never be plugged into the face, and it will not be taken back out of Li. If you find it too difficult to remove, try relaxing your body and use your pelvic floor muscles to push down on the cup until you can touch the tab or stem, then pull down firmly. Once you can reach the bottom of the menstrual cup, gently press to release the vacuum pressure, and it will be easy to remove. Certain positions, such as squatting, can be shortened to bring the menstrual cup closer to the vaginal opening.

The principle is possible. But in fact, the hymen can rupture by itself, for example, during strenuous exercise, or it may be inherently weak. According to his wife, Li, the hymen will rupture before childbirth. If you have any doubts, we recommend that you consult your doctor.

Can. But before using a menstrual cup, you should discuss your specific situation with your doctor to make sure that the IUD is positioned correctly and that the wire is not too long.

Menstrual cups are placed lower in the body than tampons and should not interfere with internal contraceptive devices such as IUDs that are properly positioned. Also, the slight vacuum pressure created when wearing a menstrual cup should not interfere with a properly positioned IUD. Even so, we recommend that you be careful to release the vacuum pressure when removing the menstrual cup. More importantly, when you put on the menstrual cup, you should make sure that the IUD wire is above the menstrual cup, so that the wire does not get pulled when the menstrual cup is removed.

Please note that during the first few months of wearing, your body may reject the IUD no matter what type of menstrual protection product you use. This rejection usually occurs during menstruation.

Tie. All menstrual cups we recommend are made of the highest quality materials and are safe and reliable. The dyes used have been rigorously tested and are 100% safe and harmless.

Sex while wearing a menstrual cup should be avoided (except for the Intimina Ziggy Cup, which is designed for menstrual sex). Other than that, you can be free and unfettered.

Suitable for. Even a postnatal girl can experience the benefits of a menstrual cup with Li. If you have any concerns about breakage, please consult your doctor before use.

It is recommended that women wait 6 weeks after giving birth, and the wound has completely healed, and then use internal menstrual care products such as menstrual cups. If you experience vaginal pain, discomfort or irritation, consult your doctor before use.

Suitable for. We strongly recommend using a menstrual cup during menopause as it does not cause vaginal dryness and is easy to carry. During menopause, the cycle and flow are unpredictable, and menstrual cups are suitable for the long-term use of Li to deal with these physiological changes, and at the same time, it will definitely not cause the common menopause, and the use of tampons will exacerbate dryness and sensitivity problems.

You can wear a menstrual cup continuously for up to 12 hours, and it is recommended that you empty the cup 2-3 times every 24 hours. Generally speaking, the lower the flow rate, the fewer emptying times. Likewise, high-flow days may require more frequent emptying of your menstrual cup. With time and practice, you will be able to gauge how often you empty your menstrual cup according to your individual needs.

Remember to wash your hands thoroughly before handling the menstrual cup! You might consider carrying a disposable antibacterial wipe, such as pjur med CLEAN Medical Soft Cleaning Flannel, or an antibacterial spray, such as pjur med CLEAN Medical Cleaning Spray. The silicone material of the menstrual cup can inhibit the growth of bacteria, so occasional rinsing is not a big problem. If you don't have access to the sink, wipe the cup with toilet paper and reuse it. Another method is to tie a bottle of water into the bathroom to rinse the menstrual cup.

No. Menstrual cups cannot be worn during sex (except, of course, the Intimina Ziggy Cup for menstrual sex). Menstrual cups are not contraceptives and do not prevent pregnancy or sexually transmitted diseases.

Don't be nervous, first relax your body, so that the vaginal muscles are not tense, and the menstrual cup will naturally be inserted easily. Take a comfortable position and try different folding methods, which is the most comfortable. you can drop a little water-based lubricant , for added comfort. Menstrual cups are inserted in much the same way as tampons. If you are a beginner, you may have to go through a period of adjustment. With practice over time, you can insert a menstrual cup with little effort. In fact, most women can easily get started after a few tries, and then they seem to find a brand new feeling in the new world.

Can. We would encourage you to do this, as lube will make insertion of the menstrual cup easier. We recommend using water-based lubricant ,E.g pjur WOMAN Nude Lubricant for Women . Avoid using silicone based lubricants as they can damage the surface of the menstrual cup.

If you are unable to remove your menstrual cup, you should remain calm first, as the menstrual cup can be worn continuously for 12 hours. The key to easily removing a menstrual cup is to relax your body. • In a slightly squat position, use your vaginal muscles to slowly push down the menstrual cup. • Grasp the tab or stem and pull down slowly. • Once you reach the bottom of the cup, gently squeeze to release the vacuum pressure. • Continue to pull down on the tab or stem, and when you feel the bottom come out, gently tilt the cup to avoid any dripping.

Don't drive. There is no need to remove the menstrual cup when urinating or urinating.

No. We recommend that you use disposable menstrual products when you are infected. If you are using your menstrual cup during this period, it is best to professionally autoclave it. If you are in the house, you can boil the menstrual cup three times in boiling water with a little vinegar for 20 minutes each time. Allow to dry for a few minutes after each cooking. However, doing so will speed up the aging of the material of the menstrual cup and shorten the service life.

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