I have been using menstrual cups for almost three years.  I became curious about them when I was searching for an alternative to tampons.  During this process, I tried many different varieties on the market, starting with the Diva Cup, and now, Saalt.  The good news is that there are many more options on the market now, and the information on how to use reusable menstrual cups is widely available.  The bad news is, that while its been life changing for me, it may not be right for you.  It’s time for some straight talk about period options!

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Cup Vs. a Tampon

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