Information On Menstrual Cups
A menstrual cup is a fitting put inside the vagina to protect the wearer from menstrual periods. The menstrual fluid is stored inside the cup until it is removed; it does not absorb the menstrual fluid.
Ordinary sanitary pads may leak, are conspicuous and absorb half the menstrual fluid the menstrual cup absorb. The storage capacity of the menstrual cup makes it ideal for women with active lifestyles in sports or even traveling.. Menstrual cups composition of latex or hypoallergic silicone ensures the wearer is not irritated.
A washable menstrual cup is also available. The menstrual cup that can be washed and reused can last for years and therefore it is environmentally and economically friendly.
The fact that the menstrual fluid is stored inside the body when using menstrual cup makes it comfortable since leakages, dampness and odor characteristic of the ordinary pads are reduced.
The basic design of the menstrual cup in the shape of the cup was patented in 1932, almost eighty years ago. The cup has decades of research, testing and development and therefore it is good for use.
Food and Drug Administration (FDA) regulates the menstrual cups in the United States. There are no reported cases of toxic shock syndrome attributable to the use of menstrual cup. Failure to maintain the washable menstrual cup has led to cases of yeast infection. The menstrual cup has proven to be perfectly safe and healthy for use safe for the poor maintenance of the cups.
The latest innovation to the feminine hygiene is the Diva Menstrual Solution. The fact that the menstrual cups are made from pure silicone guarantees safety and comfort. The fact that moon cup is comfortable and soft makes it almost not entirely felt inside the body. Moon cup being reusable is always ready. The moon cup makes women free of having to dispose used pads or carry spares. The long time moon cups last means they are cost friendly and good for the environment. Not only is the moon cup serviceable, it also simple to use..
When preparing a moon cup for use, the steps below are followed.
In order to form a U shape, the moon cup is pressed on the sides and folded into half. To form a triangle,place a finger on the top of the cup and squeeze down to the center of the inside base. The folded sides are firmly held in place between the thumb and the forefinger so that the curved edge faces away from the palm. With vaginal muscles relaxed and in a comfortable position,gently separate the labia with free hand and push the curved edge of the cup to the vaginal opening no further than half an inch. Reach to the base of the cup and gently pull out the cup before discarding its contents and doing the cleaning .