Do Moon cups work?

Do Moon cups work?

They’ve been proven to be safe and very effective. Another benefit of using them — they’re more eco-friendly than pads and tampons. And while sales didn’t take off when they were first introduced commercially, the global market for menstrual cups is now expected to hit $1.89 billion by 2026.

How do you insert a Mooncup?

HOW TO USE THE MOONCUP

  1. INSERT. Part the labia and place the cup as low down in the vagina as it will comfortably sit (lower down than a tampon).
  2. TRIM (FIRST USE) The base of the cup should sit as low as possible in the vagina.
  3. REMOVE AND EMPTY.
  4. RINSE OR WIPE AND REINSERT.

Why are Moon cups better?

Menstrual cups are safer. Because menstrual cups collect rather than absorb blood, you’re not at risk of getting toxic shock syndrome (TSS), a rare bacterial infection associated with tampon use.

Are moon cups hygienic?

Menstrual cups are usually safe as long as you insert them with clean hands, remove them carefully, and clean them appropriately. If you aren’t committed to keeping them clean, however, you may wish to use a disposable product, like pads or tampons.

Can a Mooncup get stuck?

If you’ve ever wondered: Can you get a menstrual cup stuck? The answer is yes, but you can totally get it out without asking your bestie for help (though many people have used a helper or a doctor to dislodge a stuck cup). While you might have a moment of panic, you’re going to be just fine.

Can you sleep in a menstrual cup?

Yes! You can sleep with a menstrual cup in! In fact, compared to bulky pads or tampons, many DivaCup users prefer it. Tampons should never be worn for more than the recommended time (usually between 4 to 8 hours); the DivaCup can be worn for up to 12 hours.

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What is the clear liquid in my menstrual cup?

It’s caused by hormonal changes. If the discharge is watery, it’s most likely normal and not a sign of infection. Clear and watery discharge can increase at any point during your cycle. Estrogen can stimulate the production of more fluids.

What is Mooncup®?

Mooncup® is the original, soft, medical-grade silicone menstrual cup designed by women as the convenient, safe and eco-friendly alternative to tampons and pads. Tried and trusted since 2002 by millions of users around the world, the Mooncup menstrual cup offers an end to the waste, discomfort and expense of disposable sanitary protection.

What is a moon Cup made of?

Description. The Moon Cup®, reusable menstrual cup, is made of medical-grade silicone. Available in 2 sizes A for after vaginal childbirth and B for before childbirth & c-section. Introduced in 2006, The Moon Cup® is the alternative feminine hygiene product made from soft, medical-grade silicone.

How much liquid can the Mooncup hold?

The size A Mooncup can hold 29.3 millilitres, and the size B Mooncup can hold 28.8 millilitres to the rim. FOR LIGHT OR HEAVY PERIODS?

Does Mooncup support any charities?

CHARITY SUPPORT. Mooncup Ltd is proud to support many charities and not-for-profit programmes in the UK and worldwide. As well as supporting charities and not-for-profit organisations as a company, Mooncup’s Team Giving programme gives each team member the chance to donate to a cause close to their heart.