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Yes. Menstrual cups can be worn during almost any activity including bathing, showering, and swimming without inconvenience. They offer the user discreetness and protection when partaking in activities...

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If you are experiencing a sensation with the use of a menstrual cup that feels as if the cup is loose or going to fall out, you need to ask yourself a few things. Do you have the cup inserted far enough...

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Menstrual cups are generally a very safe option for period care. The majority of menstrual cups sold on the market are FDA approval, made of medical-grade silicone, hypo-allergenic, and have accreditations...

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Yes. Any person that has an IUD can use a menstrual cup safely and without any health risk. The menstrual cup does not interfere with the effectiveness of the IUD to prevent pregnancy, although it should...

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Hi Stacy, Please read our article - The Best Menstrual Cup for a High or Low Cervix  You can also use our on-site comparison tools to find the Eva cup size small model, and comparing it to other...

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Women use all types of folding techniques for insertion of a menstrual cup. Each fold is unique and has its benefits, and some work well for specific cup brands while others do not. You will have to discover...

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Hi Ree, We have checked this issue, and apparently it is some technical issue we will fix soon (we are working on a major website update). Under your profile in our forum, you wrote your Facebook url,...

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Thanks for reaching out! The tampons they are referring to are regular tampons. THINX are designed to be a replacement for panty liners and a backup to either a tampon or menstrual cup. THINX have varying...

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Menstrual cups are not known to cause vaginal infections, and very few users of them report any adverse effects of using them for feminine hygiene products. The grade of materials which menstrual cups...

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Menstrual cups do not commonly cause any allergic reactions (especially the Silicone ones.) The majority of menstrual cup brands are assured 100% hypo-allergenic and apply to the rules, standards and guidelines...

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