So you're thinking about making the switch from traditional menstrual hygiene products to reusable products, like the CupIT, but have questions? This ones for you because today we are talking about everything you need to know about the CupIT menstrual kit.
A menstrual cup is kind of reusable feminine hygiene product. It is a small, flexible cone shaped cup that’s usually made of silicone but can be made of rubber too, that also has a stem at it’s base. You insert the cup into your vagina where it sits and collects your period blood.
The human body is an amazing thing, especially your pelvic floor. The different muscles and tissues that make up the pelvic floor work in harmony to support the bladder, bowel, uterus and the rest of the body. The pelvic floor truly is the core of your body and is the key to a healthy and happy life.
Let’s take a look at 8 mind boggling facts you need to know about the pelvic floor
The “enviro-menstrual” impact - the increasing stress that sanitary wear is having on the environment.
Here at Secret Whispers we are setting our focus on all things; females, periods, & menstrual cups this month.
It’s Stress Awareness Month in April. “Stress” can be interpreted in many different ways, and we could certainly advocate a few. However, the area of stress we would like to highlight is the stress that our everyday essential period products (that we don't think twice about), are having on our environment!
Everything You Need to Know About Using Menstrual Cups
What is a menstrual cup? Why are they better than traditional tampons and pads? How do I know what size I need? How to use a menstrual cup? How often do you empty a menstrual cup? How far do you insert a menstrual cup? Can I go swimming with period cup? How do you take out a menstrual cup without making a mess? Can I use a period cup if I have an IUD?