What is the Reusable Adet Period Cup?
A menstrual cup is a device used to collect menstrual fluid. It is usually made of flexible medical-grade silicone, latex, or a thermoplastic isomer, and is shaped like a bell with a stem or a ring.
A menstrual cup helps women control their menstrual flow during their monthly periods. The stem is long, and the design is unique, making it comfortable to insert. You should insert the menstrual cup slowly and never allow the stem to extend past the vagina.
When buying a period cup, you should look for latex-free materials. These materials are safe to use and do not contain latex, which is often a common cause of allergic reactions. Other materials used in menstrual cups include silicone and rubber, which may be uncomfortable for some women. The AdetCup is made of 100% medical-grade silicone.
When inserting a menstrual cup, you should always wash your hands thoroughly. It will also help to wet the cup’s rim before inserting it. You should place the cup inside the vagina by using your dominant hand. It would help if you also folded the cup in half with the edge facing up.
Once inside, the cup should form a tight seal with suction. It should be secure enough to allow you to perform your daily activities and move freely.
Unlike tampons, menstrual cups do not require a time limit. However, some women prefer to empty their menstrual cups every 4 to 12 hours. Heavy bleeders may need to open them every few hours. Light bleeders can leave the AdetCup in for up to 24 hours, but we recommend emptying the Adetcup every 12 hours.