A Menstrual Cup Discussion.
The menstrual protection worn inside the vagina to protect the woman’s menses is called the menstrual cup. The menstrual fluid is stored inside the cup until it is removed; it does not absorb the menstrual fluid.
A menstrual cup is inconspicuous as compared to the sanitary pad and can take double the amount of menstrual fluid without leaking or changing. The large storage potential of the menstrual cup is why it is recommended for women in active fields of life.. Menstrual cups composition of latex or hypoallergic silicone ensures the wearer is not irritated.
There is also a menstrual cup that can be washed. The menstrual cup that can be washed can be used for more than 10 years and this is economically friendly and good to the environment too.
Menstrual cups store menstrual fluids within the body and this minimizes dampness and odor that may be caused by leakages which is common with using ordinary sanitary towels.
The bell-shaped design of the menstrual cup at use now is almost eighty years old now, patented in 1932. The cup has decades of research, testing and development and therefore it is good for use.
In the United States, Food and Drug Administration (FDA) regulates the menstrual cups. There are no reported cases of toxic shock syndrome attributable to the use of menstrual cup. Reports of yeast infection have been tabled but it was found to have been caused by poor maintenance of the washable menstrual cup. Otherwise, the menstrual cup has a proven record of being totally healthy for use.
The latest innovation to the feminine hygiene is the Diva Menstrual Solution. The menstrual cup is 100% made of silicone, this makes it perfectly safe, comfortable and reliable. The fact that moon cup is comfortable and soft … Read More ...