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Mooncup Model A Menstrual Cup
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- A reusable menstrual cup
- It is worn internally like a tampon but collects menstrual fluid rather than absorbing
- The moon cup will hold 30 ml of fluid
- Contains no bleaches, deodorisers or absorbency gels
- It does not interfere with your healthy vaginal environment
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The mooncup is a reusable menstrual cup around two inches long and made from soft silicone rubber. It is worn internally like a tampon but collects menstrual fluid rather than absorbing. A light seal is formed with your vaginal walls allowing your menstrual fluid to pass into the mooncup without leakage or odour. The mooncup menstrual cup contains no bleaches, deodorisers or absorbency gels.
It does not interfere with your healthy vaginal environment, nor has it been associated with toxic shock syndrome. The smooth surface of the mooncup allows the mucus membranes of your vaginal wall to continue their essential cleansing and protective functions. The mooncup does not absorb your body's natural defence mechanisms and will not deposit fibres in your vaginal wall.
made from soft silicone rubber
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This has literally changed my experience of having a period beyond recognition.
Yes it's a little messier, yes it takes a bit of getting used to but oh it is so worth it!
No more dryness, soreness, yucky smells, feeling Ming, spending a fortune on sanitary products, remembering to restock them, no more constant leaking/discomfort. I don't even feel like I am on my period. I used a liner for my first cycle to help me feel confident but have never used one since and never needed one. I swim, exercise, sleep, dance, live with this cup in place and love it. I also feel more connected and comfortable with my cycle which is liberating as we are culturally taught to be so repulsed by ourselves!
I also am experiencing less pain when menstruating, whether or not this is related to the mooncup I don't know, but it's the only thing that has changed so I assume so.
I haven't had to trim or adjust mine at all but if you needed to it's super easy to do so.
Also, their customer service is amazing. If you're not sure about sizing or have any questions just call them. They are there to help.
It's cut down £6 -£8 a month every month in sanitary products. It's saving the environment, no more waste tubes or pads, no plastic, lasts for years with sterilisation tablet use.
Way more comfortable than tampons as it doesn't dry your body out. Far cleaner than sitting in a dirty pad.
Needs changing far less often meaning I don't need to change if it's not convenient.
Why this fell out of fashion I'll never understand, its cleaner, cheaper and more comfortable.
I previously used tampons which I thought I was quite happy with, but what I love about the mooncup is not having the string of a tampon interfering with my day, and that feeling of knowing it needs to be changed!
As I say, I’m not completely there yet - this cycle is the first one I have been confident enough to go out on some days without additional back up. I’m hoping I’ll be there before the end of the year!
I’d recommend it definitely, just bear in mind it’s not as straightforward as it may appear for every single person who uses it.
The Mooncup comes in two sizes. I'm over 30 and haven't given birth so I opted for size B. Followed instructions washing my hands and the cup beforehand. I pressed the cup so It was flat and then folded it in half. After a couple of tries I could do this and insert with one hand. I've found insertion on the toilet is easier than in the shower. You soon get used to delving into yourself. Upon insertion I twist the base to ensure there is a seal. When extracts you place one finger one the outside of the Mooncup and push inwards to break the seal.
During the heavier days I'll check every 4 hours and on lighter days every 6. I've emptied in public toilet prepping wet tissue before entering the toilet and just wiping clean. It really comes down to preference which way you decide to clean it.
I've worked out with it in and not experienced issues with leakage. When you first use it I would recommend wearing a liner to catch anything if you haven't inserted correctly bit trust me when I say you will learn quickly.
To clean after my period is over I used an empty jar, filled with boiling water and left the Mooncup for 5 minutes as instructed. It comes with a cotton bag to allow the cup t9 breathe ready for when you're next due.
The Mooncup is messier. If you're not squeamish then I would strongly advise you get one. This allowed me to connect with my body. When in a tampon or pad do you get to see how much you've bled? Really inspect the blood to understand where you are in your period? You don't. I've found the Mooncup liberating
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Altough I found it a little bit uncomfortable when insert in and taking out .
Would recommend it .