Commonly Asked Menstrual Questions (Part1)
Are Menstrual Cups safe?
Menstrual cups are safe when used as directed and no health risks related.
Toxic shock syndrome (TSS) is a potentially fatal bacterial illness. Scientists have recognized an association between TSS and tampon use, although the exact connection remains unclear .TSS caused by menstrual cup use appears to be very rare. Menstrual cups are extremely safe and easy to insert into your vagina if used as directed and cause no harm or your hymen to tear
Around 8 out of 10 women tear their hymen at an early age because of physical activity like cycling, squats, etc
However, once reached the intercourse age, women tear their hymen
We can wash menstrual cups during the cycles and gentle soaps. It is safe to use menstrual cups again after your recent periods fly away. You can use menstrual cups for 5 to 10 years but we recommend everyone to change their cups after 2 to 3 years max.
How will you use Menstrual Cup?
You will need to go through all the directions given in the package and then gently insert it inside your Vagina. You should be comfortable with the stem and make sure that the stem of your Menstrual Cup sits inside your vagina once it’s inserted you should be comfortable all day long if the stem is long and pops out of your vagina feel free to carefully trim it with the pair of scissors.