Ladies, it is exhausting and frustrating how limiting our periods can be. You planned your vacation, and here comes our period to ruin everything! Say goodbye to those issues that our foremothers had to endure by using a menstrual cup. Wearing menstrual cups and even tampons offer a lot of freedom to do activities you thought were impossible.

1. Can I Swim With A Menstrual Cup?

You sure can! Remember that a menstrual cup collects blood, unlike pads which absorb it via absorbent material. Swimming while wearing a menstrual cup is fine. Remember to change your cup after the recommended time to avoid overflow and bleed in the pool or the ocean. With enough use, knowing when to change can be estimated to avoid any bloody accidents.

2. Can I Workout With A Menstrual Cup?

Menstrual cups do not cause irritations when correctly inserted. Ladies, get your body right all year long! No more shifting pads and ruining fine gym outfits. Incorrect insertion can cause a little bit of discomfort and can affect your exercise routine. For help on how to correctly insert a menstrual cup, check out our previous blog on “How To Fold A Menstrual Cup: Our Team Favorite Folds”.

3. Can I Sleep Comfortably With A Menstrual Cup?

We all know the horror of waking up to our vagina turning our sheets into a crime scene. It is time to take away these bloody sheets and start brand new. Here at Kushae, we would recommend wearing a menstrual cup along with a panty liner for utmost comfort and safety.

4. Can I Shower With My Menstrual Cup?

Yes ma’am! One of the best parts of using reusable menstrual cups is that you can change in the shower. Begin by carefully washing your hands before getting in the shower to remove the cup. You must wash your menstrual cup using a pH-balanced wash like our Kushae 2-n-1 foaming wash to clean it. Sing your little heart out and enjoy your shower without any leakage!

June 09, 2021

This article is for informational purposes only. It is not, nor is it intended to be, a substitute for professional medical advice, diagnosis, or treatment and should never be relied upon for specific medical advice.