Can a Menstrual Cup Cause a Yeast Infection?
Yeast infections are seriously unpleasant. As soon as you get a yeast infection, you wonder how it happened and want to do everything you can to prevent it from happening again.
For many menstruators, yeast infections can be linked to changes in the vagina during, before or after menstruation. What causes a yeast infection? Does your menstrual cup cause a yeast infection? Here’s more information:
Why Does my Menstrual Cup Hurt? Troubleshooting Menstrual Cup Pain
Menstrual cups can be amazing. However, there is a learning curve that can be easier or more difficult for some cup users. I’m often asked, “Why does my menstrual cup hurt?”
Menstrual cup pain can make or break your relationship with a cup. Luckily, troubleshooting menstrual cup pain can be an easy fix for most cup users. For some, it may mean that you need a completely different cup.
The Best Menstrual Cup Revealed
We often want the best. We want the best food, the best transportation and the best products we can afford. It shouldn’t surprise you that many people also want the best menstrual cup. Finding the best menstrual cup is very important because it’s worn inside your vagina and many users even wear their menstrual cup overnight.
Everyone wants the best cup and after testing and reviewing many different menstrual cups, I’m here to tell you what the best menstrual cup is…
Menstrual Cups For High Cervix
Figuring out the height of your cervix during menstruation may be the most important piece of information to have when picking out a menstrual cup. High cervix menstrual cup users face different challenges than low cervix menstrual cup users because they need varying capacity and a long enough total cup length to easily get the cup back out.
Here are some great reusable menstrual cups for high cervix:
The Keela Cup – The Most Eagerly Awaited Menstrual Cup Release
The Keela Cup made waves when the company introduced a reusable menstrual cup with a pull stem that breaks the cup’s seal with your vaginal walls, often one of the trickiest parts of cup removal. The stem allows users to break the cup’s seal with an easy, one-handed movement that collapses the side of the cup with a downward pull.
The Keela cup is the first cup designed to be easy to remove in this way, solving an issue many cup users have with breaking the seal of their menstrual cup. Instead of pinching the bottom of a slippery menstrual cup, users can put a finger through the loop or grasp the pull cord and break the cup’s seal in an easy motion that happens lower in the vaginal canal.
Menstrual Cup Coming Out?
Getting into a routine with a reusable menstrual cup can be tough. While some reusable menstrual cup users never have any bumps in the road, for others it takes some tricks and trials to find the right cup and position. Even after using a reusable menstrual cup for awhile some users find that after changes in life like childbirth, a reusable menstrual cup will start leaking or sliding down. Some menstruators even birth their menstrual cup.
Here are the reasons your cup is coming out –
The Menstrual Cup Air Bubble Phenomenon
Menstrual cups are quirky. Some find that using a reusable menstrual cup for the first time goes smoothly and for others, like myself, there is a learning curve with each new cup you try.
Even after you become a pro at inserting your reusable menstrual cup, there still can be surprises and new experiences with the process. One phenomenon is the menstrual cup air bubble!
What’s the menstrual cup air bubble phenomenon? You’ll know for certain if you’ve experienced it!
Can You Buy Reputable Menstrual Cups on Amazon?
Buying menstrual cups on Amazon can be a gamble. While there are many reputable shops on Amazon, there are shops jumping on the menstrual cup bandwagon looking to make quick money selling less than great cups. How do you tell the difference?
Here are tips for buying menstrual cups on Amazon.
Menstrual Cup Dangers – The Real Risks of Using Menstrual Cups
Menstrual cup dangers may be on the mind of first-time cup users, those thinking about using a menstrual cup and persons who are fearful of TSS and reusable menstrual cups. However, you should know that menstrual cup dangers are not what you think and there are things to watch out for.
If you really want to know the real menstrual cup dangers I’ll share them with you!
Loulou Cup Review
The Loulou Cup is one of many menstrual cups Made in France. It comes in two colors and in two firmnesses, soft and classic. The Loulou Cup soft turquoise below has a soft and flexible stem, smooth body with a flared rim and can be a great single cup or addition to your cup collection.
Take a look at my Loulou cup review below and read my opinion on this brand!