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Menstrual Cup: Modern Woman's need to Cupvert

It’s no wonder that whosoever thought of the idea of inserting a device in a woman’s vagina for collecting the blood, back in the early 1900s, was definitely a maverick way ahead of their times and were heavily...

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7 Menstrual Cup Myths Busted

The expertise required to navigate a menstrual cup is not easy but an acquired skill that needs one to practice and have patience. The process of inserting a cup in one’s vagina may appear easy, but can be a daunting task and even though many...

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Menorrhagia: Why are my Periods so Heavy?
Menorrhagia: Why are my Periods so Heavy?

Periods are one tiresome experience. Not only do they cause intense stomach cramps and bleeding, but also seem to trigger a series of other bodily changes like mood swings and weird food craving. And that is not all...

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Can Teenage Girls Use a Menstrual Cup?

Puberty in women, usually starts around the time a girl hits 8 years of age, when she starts developing breasts. And just as she reaches this milestone, it’s not long before she experiences her first menstrual cycle...

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From Cloth Rags to Sanitary Pads- The Chronicles of Menstrual Products

This story of rags to riches is quite literally that - the account of change in menstrual products from old cloth rags to high quality, super soft and comfortable sanitary pads...

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Menstrual Cup- What Users Have to Say

Menstrual cups are quite popular these days and with many women talking about its merits, it’s difficult to say whether it’s just one of those products in vogue, like low-waist jeans and whether it is really worth the buzz it has created...

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The Know-How of a Menstrual Cup
The Know-How of a Menstrual Cup

The idea of a menstrual cup is to make your period hassle-free, yet the thought of using it might give you the jitters. At first thought, the cup may look daunting and tend to leave potential users with innumerable questions...

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Sustainable is Attainable 
Sustainable is Attainable 

From using cloth pads to the widespread use of sanitary napkins in the 19th century, women have experienced significant changes in how they manage menstruation. In recent times, it has been observed that using sanitary napkins can create more waste...

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