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'I don't think I will ever go back to using pads.'
Ever since I got my period, the only menstrual products I knew of (and actually tried) were sanitary napkins and tampons. For the longest time, I stuck with these products because 1) they're readily available in grocery stores and 2)
Everything you need to know about the causes, symptoms, and how to prevent it.
When I first got my period, the only menstrual product I ever used (and knew about) were sanitary napkins or pads. For the longest time, I turned to pads because they were accessible, affordable, and easy to use. When I got to
So you just bought your first menstrual cup. Now what?
When you got your first period as a teen, your mom or tita instantly knew what to do: She went to the restroom, whipped out a napkin or sanitary pad, and taught you how to use it. And for the longest time,
Time to make the switch.
Ever since I got my period in the summer before I entered high school, sanitary napkins were all I knew. They're accessible and easy to use. When I was in college, however, I decided to ~explore~ other products to see
She had to have her feet and parts of her fingers amputated as a result.
A woman who developed toxic shock syndrome after using a menstrual cup has had to have her feet and parts of her fingers amputated. 36-year-old Sandrine Graneau from France told Le Parisien newspaper she wore her menstrual cup-a silicone