By Arushi Bidhuri
Published May 28, 2023
Made with silicone, menstrual cups are hypoallergenic and contain no harmful additives. So using them will not lead to vaginal dryness or infections.
Pads create a moist atmosphere, increasing your chances of bacteria, yeast infections, and bad odour. With menstrual cups, you don't have to worry about these things.
While pads and tampons take hundreds of years to decompose, menstrual cramps are used for longer and don't take as long to decompose either.
Did you know one menstrual cup can last up to 10 years? Unlike single-use pads and tampons, menstrual cups can be used again and can last up to several years.
If you have been skipping your gym or dance classes because you are afraid your pad might slip, you might want to try menstrual cups.
Menstrual cups are perfect for you if you work long hours! Menstrual cups are safe to wear for up to 12 years. It is best for women who are prone to bacterial infections.
Buying pads and tampons every month can be a hassle for many women. Switching to menstrual cups is a one-time cost upfront, which can last up to years if you use them properly.
Menstrual cups can hold more blood in comparison to regular pads and tampons. So, less mess and more protection!
Women with severe clinical uterovaginal prolapse should avoid using a menstrual cup. Also, you should avoid using it post-surgery or immediately after childbirth.