Although most menstrual cup size guidelines would suggest a woman under 25 to use a smaller size cup, the vaginal births are a good indication that you ...

Menstrual cup brands that offer at least 2 sizes such as the Diva Cup and that are softer and squishier than others are ideal for virgins in the smallest size ...

Most menstrual cup size guidelines suggest that a woman over 35 choose a larger sized cup (even though she has had no vaginal births), because of her menstrual ...

Yes. Choosing the wrong size of menstrual cup can negatively impact the cup’s comfort level, effectiveness, and ease of use (insertion and removal.) By ...

Yes. Different sizes of menstrual cups vary by cup, stem, bell diameter, length, and capacity. Often the larger sizes offered by menstrual cup manufacturers ...

Each female is different and has different requirements to meet her period protection needs.When looking for the perfect size of menstrual cup, you should ...

No. There are a few menstrual cup brands that do offer a one-size fits all cup, however most brands do offer different sizes for the purpose of accommodating ...

Yes. After numerous uses some menstrual cups do wear, tear and accumulate stains. You can try cleaning it and scrubbing it after sterilization to remove the ...

There are many benefits to use menstrual cups. They are healthier than disposable tampons and pads, more ecological since they don't generate waste and they ...

The stems helps in some ways but they are usually a bit soft or stretchy. They are not really there for being pulled on and I wouldn't recommend it.first ...

When speaking of cleaning menstrual cup, I feel women quite anxious about the hygiene side of it. It makes me think of doctors that will give you antibiotics ...

I agree with Red, she can try a larger size since the small one leaks, it's probably just too small, age is not the only factor, I know some women that had 3 ...

Some people don't boil their cups at all.  It's your choice to or not.  But if you do, make sure that you boil it for at least five minutes.Make sure to read ...

You can find most menstrual cup brands on http://shop.menstrualcup.coIt will be shipped directly from the brand to you.You can also find out more about ...

Hi Stacy!I normally tell people not to pay attention to the size suggestions because so many people can switch out between the two sizes no matter if they had ...

There are all these fancy ways to fold cups which I think are a bit useless and confusing for users. The most common folds are C fold and Punch down fold.The C ...

When done with the week of use with a menstrual cup, you should always sterilize it thoroughly. Although emptying it during its week on duty does help keep it ...

You can wash your menstrual cup with a gentle soap and water during your monthly use of it. However for sterilization you should clean it well and then ...

Once you are on your period, between empties you should wash it out with warm water and gentle soap. If you are worried about the soap irritating you just ...

No. Washing your menstrual cup with soap and warm water after emptying it will suffice until your period is over and it is time to sterilize it and pack it ...