The below interview carries everything you need to know and more about menstrual cups.
It features the fabulous Gaynor Morgan, ex menstrual cup designer, and manufacturer.
Here are at least four things you’ll know after listening to this interview:
- How to differentiate a good quality, safe-to-use cup from a dodgy one.
- How to insert and remove a cup like a pro.
- The safest way to clean your cup.
- If menstrual cups are a good fit for you (if you’re a virgin, have prolapse, use a pessary, had surgery, and more).
A Bit About Menstrual Cups
Menstrual cups or period cups are flexible silicon devices that are designed to be inserted into the vagina to collect, rather than absorb, period blood.
They are much loved by many women as they’re:
- can handle heavy periods without leaking and
- can remain in the body for hours.
About her programs:
Pessaries & Pelvic Organ Prolapse Support Group:
These programs can help you to improve your bladder control, manage urgencies, prevent or lift prolapse and enhance your intimate sensation.