Are moon cups any good?

Are moon cups any good?

Moon cups are good for your vagina Because they’re made out of medical-grade silicone, and are super ~natural~, they don’t soak up any of your vagina’s natural juices or leave any fibres behind.

Is June Cup FDA approved?

Is the June Cup FDA Registered? Yes – the June Cup is proudly registered with the FDA. All menstrual cups that are produced and distributed in the United States—even the ones that are imported from China or other countries—have to be registered with the FDA.

Are moon cups uncomfortable?

A menstrual cup can also feel uncomfortable if a person does not insert it properly or if they are using the wrong size. In addition, a person with a very heavy flow or who frequently get clots in their menstrual blood may experience some leaks.

Are moon cups bad for you?

Menstrual cups are safe to use, as long a person follows the safety guidelines. There is no evidence that they are any more dangerous than tampons. Rarely, menstrual cups can cause pain, urinary problems, or infection. If this occurs, it is important to stop using the product and speak to a doctor or gynecologist.

Do menstrual cups cause BV?

Since Silicone is non-porous, it is believed that menstrual cups do not worsen or cause yeast infections or Bacterial Vaginosis. However, you should remove your cup, boil and store it away until the infection has completely cleared. Visit a doctor for more information, diagnosis and treatment.

Can I sleep with my June cup?

Yes, you can! Sleeping while wearing a menstrual cup is a great alternative to wearing bulky maxi-pads or wearing a tampon for more than 8 hours.

Can you swim with a June cup?

Can you safely go swimming while wearing a menstrual cup? The short answer is a definitive YES! The cup will create a slight seal prohibiting menstrual flow from leaking out or water leaking in. It also holds more volume than a tampon, so you’ll be able to enjoy your swim for a longer length of time.

Is the Mooncup menstrual cup safe to use?

It’s official, the original tampon and pad alternative, the Mooncup menstrual cup, is going mainstream and we’re into it. In fact, a landmark Lancet report has concluded that menstrual cups are just as safe and effective as traditional products, following a study of over 3,000 participants.

When to put Mooncup Cup in the dishwasher?

When your period is finished, you should place your cup in a bowl of boiling water for five minutes for a thorough clean. Don’t put it in the microwave, or the dishwasher (trust us on this one). What about when I’m in a pubic toilet cubicle?

How often do you need to change the Moon Cup?

Luckily the moon cup doesn’t need to be changed as often as a tampon, so even if you have a heavy flow, you’ll have a bit more time to find a private place to empty it. Do menstrual cups leak? Full disclosure; I experienced a few leaks.