Have you also heard that a cup works best for endo? Is that correct?
Recently, while scrolling through social media, we became aware of a video by a blogger who reported on exactly this topic in her video. Is that correct? Or is the vacuum perhaps harmful?
We have researched for you ;)
In principle, every woman is of course free to choose which hygiene item she chooses. For many, the cup is simply too unhygienic. However, if you have been thinking about a suitable option for yourself for some time, you should perhaps let your thoughts rest on the menstrual cup for a longer time.
Especially if you suffer from endometriosis, you should talk to your gynecologist beforehand, as this decision also depends to a large extent on the stage of the endo. Many positive reports from the endometriosis community But they actually exist. In the search for proof, we kept stumbling upon positive voices from the endometriosis community. So here's a clear pro for the cups. One of the reasons often given: the capacity. In contrast to a tampon, the cup can not only catch more blood, but also allows blood clots and mucus to be “flushed out” with it.
The cups can reduce cramps
Is that really true? This is another statement (especially from manufacturers) that we have noticed again and again. But how is that supposed to work? By wearing a menstrual cup, you are in a way stabilizing your vaginal tract and pelvic floor muscles. This can actually make the menstrual pain easier.
As already mentioned at the beginning, the use is entirely your decision and depends on your preference. To date, there has been no medical study on this, which is why the statements are based on personal experience and information from the manufacturer.
Every woman experiences it differently. But if you want to try it, you should discuss it with your doctor beforehand and pay attention to the correct use.
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