The $3 Menstrual Cup You Need + Tips

by - 11/24/2020 12:00:00 AM

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  • I've mentioned. I wanted to be more eco friendly. My goal over the last couple of years has to be to give menstrual cups a try. This has taken me years to do. I’m not sure when menstrual cups started to become more popular. However, I just wasn’t ready to give them a try. I had a friend rave about them a couple of years ago. I would walk down the hygiene aisle and honestly for the price. I couldn’t see myself investing in a product that I wasn’t sure if I would use and like. I believe it was close to $30 for one cup. It wasn’t until I read a blog post a couple of years ago, and I learned that Amazon had them for the fraction of the price. I didn’t immediately buy the cup. It probably took me over a year. However, I’m happy that I did, I was able to buy my menstrual cup for under $7 and it actually came with two cups. I’m still new to the menstrual cup lifestyle. However, it has been a game-changer for my cycle.
  • Now that I think about it. I think it all having during a shopping trip this year...During this whole epidemic, I went shopping online for tampons and I believe my favorite brand was out of stock of the size I wanted. I wasn’t sure If we would go on lockdown again, and honestly, I didn’t want to go without.
  • This was one of my best decisions, once I got the hang of inserting these cups with the help of YouTube due to having an introverted uterus. The process has been so easy for me. At some point, I will like to try another cup for comparison purposes. For now, this works for me!
  • If you are thinking of matching the switch. Do your research and read reviews and watch YouTube videos. Know, though I love this cup, I’ve never tried another so I honestly can not give my opinion on them.

  • Always sanitize prior to using
  • Properly clean & store ( I like to use Bronner Brothers to clean it)
  • Research - Like, Price, Storage bag, and Size
What I learned 
  • Smaller cups are made for the introverted uterus.
  • If you have an introverted uterus, your insertion may be different.

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  1. I had no idea such a thing existed. It seems like a much cheaper, eco-friendlier way to handle this issue.

  2. I don't have periods now (thankfully as they really play with my mood) however if I ever had to go back to having them I would definitely look into something like menstrual cups.

  3. I've heard of these. I don't think I'd ever try them out, but my daughter says she might.

  4. I have always been curious about these. I love that they are eco friendly. I really should give them a try.

  5. I've never tried one of these but they sound interesting. I think I would give it a go once.

  6. Done with this part of my life, but glad to see more options available for women.

  7. I hear this so often nowadays. Since it's eco-friendly, I may give this a try.

  8. I really think I want to switch over to the cup. I keep hearing such great things about it!

  9. I've been hearing about this but I haven't tried it yet. Atleast it's eco friendly i might give this a try.

  10. Thank you for these tips. I didn't know anything about this cup before!

  11. I have been using menstrual cups for years. They are awesome. I'd never go back to disposables!


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