Doing it on the rag has a whole host of benefits , from shortening the length of your periods to easing cramps. For the most part, I find the whole thing pretty easy. I pop down a towel, whip out my menstrual cup I swapped after finding tampons were leaving me sore and dry , and we get down to business. So when Intimina announced they were launching a new menstrual cup that could be worn during sex, we anticipated some excitement. I asked him to leave the room while I tried to wedge the Ziggy cup as far up inside my vagina as it would go, using only the instructions on the box. I was wrong.
I tried the menstrual cup you can wear during sex
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Clue is on a mission to help you understand your body, periods, ovulation, and so much more. Start tracking today. Menstrual cups are a safe, reusable, economical, and environmentally-friendly way to collect menstrual fluid during your period. The most important step in successfully using a menstrual cup is learning how to properly clean, insert, and remove it. Menstrual cups can be worn for up to 12 hours before they should be emptied and washed 1,2. Some people with heavy periods may need to empty their cup more often.
This new menstrual cup can be worn during penetrative sex
If, like me, you've become obsessed with menstrual cups and all the cool new sustainable, reusable, environmentally-friendly period products they're pretty good for your bank balance too , then this news will make you fist pump. Intimina has brought out the Ziggy Cup, which is the first ever menstrual cup that can be worn during penetrative sex. Instead of sitting where a traditional tampon or menstrual cup would, the Ziggy Cup rests just below the cervix and away from the vaginal canal.
We've all been there: You're on your period, ready to get down, and then you remember you're wearing a menstrual cup. While the solution to this is pretty simple remove the cup, insert the penis , it might be nice to not have to worry about that first step, right? But is that safe? Before we get into all that, Jen Gunter, M. That means you should feel free to have sex during your period however and wherever the hell you want—not just in the shower with the lights off.