A menstruation cup is a bell-shaped container that collects menstrual fluid and is constructed of soft rubber or silicone. Inserting a menstrual cup into the vagina and leaving it there is how it is used. The rim of the cup makes a seal with the vaginal walls when correctly inserted, preventing leakage. Every 12 hours, the menstrual cup should be changed. The stem at the base of the cup must be held tightly between the thumb and index finger and dragged out to remove it from the vagina. The cup can be washed and reused after the menstrual fluid has been removed. When cleaning the cup with hot water and drying it after your period has ended, you can reuse it for the next cycle.
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