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Shecup - Menstrual cup - Large size - 28 ml capacity - Bigger knob stem

Shecup - Menstrual cup - Large size - 28 ml capacity - Bigger knob stem

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Shecup menstrual cup L size which has the increased length of the stem including the pulling knob which 65mm

Shecup – Menstrual cup – L type:

A menstrual cup is a feminine hygiene cup to collect the menstrual fluid during the menstrual cycle. It is a reusable medical grade bell-shaped device. It is generally made of restorative health grade silicone and moulded like a chime. Unlike tampons and pads, the menstruation cup gathers menstrual liquid instead of retaining it. SheCup is one of the most popular menstrual cups in India.

Shecup menstrual cup is made of 100% silicone which is the highest-quality silicone used in the medical industry. It is worn inside the female genitalia during monthly cycles to catch menstrual liquid and can be worn throughout the day and night. Unlike tampons and pads, the cup collects menstrual liquid as opposed to engrossing it.

Assured 100% alternative to sanitary napkins and tampons. Shecup is considered the most modern intimate hygiene product for women and easy to use regardless of the environment.

Shecup L size menstrual cup - Product information:

Material Non-Toxic Non-Allergic Silicone
Colours Light Pink
Sizes Standard and L sizes
Size Dimensions (+/- 0.05mm)  
Length (Including Knob) 65mm
Length (Without Knob) 54 mm
Diameter (Rim – External across the top) 44 mm
Fluid Holding Capacity (Approximate)  
Up to the air holes 16 ml
Up to the rim 28 ml

Why should women use the Shecup?

  • Shecup is the healthier option
  • Shecup is much more hygienic
  • Shecup is extremely simple and comfortable to use
  • Shecup is soft and safe
  • Shecup helps you save money
  • Shecup is environment friendly

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How to use the Shecup?

Menstrual cups are quite simple and convenient to use and the concept is the same no matter what menstrual cup brand you are using. You fold it, insert it, remove it, wash it and reuse it over and over. You’ll find below 6 simple steps to follow.

Step 1 – Wash your hands

First is to wash your hands with a mild, un-perfumed soap and water like you would do before inserting a tampon without applicator. When using the cup for the first time, you can lubricate it with water or a water-based lubricant to aid smoother insertion.

Step 2 – Flatten your cup

Flatten your menstrual cup between your thumb and your other fingers to prepare for the fold which is the next step that follows this.

Step 3 – Fold your cup

Once your menstrual cup is flattened, fold it into half with your other hand so that the rim makes a “C”. Hold the cup firmly with the hand that you are the most comfortable with. The folded portion should face toward the inside of your hand. There are several other ways as well to fold your cup. Now hold the cup firmly in its folded position and prepare for step 4.

Step 4 – Prepare to insert

You would need to spread your legs, gently separate your labia with your free hand. Guide your folded cup rim first with the rounded end of the “U” shape facing you toward your vagina. You can insert the cup while sitting, standing or squatting; spreading your legs will facilitate a smooth insertion.

Step 5 – Insert the cup

Once you have inserted the rim of the menstrual cup, the cup will start unfolding itself inside the vagina. All that you need to do is to push it gently with your finger until the whole cup is inside including the stem. Do take care that it doesn’t  sit too high, the bottom of your cup should be about half a finger away from the entry.

Step 6 – Rotate your cup

Lightly pinch the base of the cup (not the stem) and try to give it a gentle one full rotation in either direction. Doing so prevents any leaks by ensuring that the cup has opened fully. Keep in mind that the cup should rotate easily when properly open. As an extra measure, you can check that it is fully open by sliding a finger up next to the cup and feeling all the way around it.

Remove your cup

You can wear your cup safely for up to 12hours, if you have a heavy flow, you may want to empty it sooner. To remove the cup, first wash your hands in clean water and then relax your muscles. Spread your legs and gently separate your labia with your non-dominant hand. As if having a bowel movement, bear down lightly with the internal muscles. Doing so can help lower the cup, making it much easier to grasp. Break the seal gently by squeezing the bottom part of the cup until you feel or hear the suction release.

Now slowly rock the cup from side to side while pulling down. Ensure that you don’t pull it out by the stem alone, this will cause the contents to spill and may be uncomfortable. Always pull the cup outside while pinching the ridged bottom of the cup.

What is the best menstrual cup for beginners?

SheCup is the most popular and the best for the first-time menstrual cup users. Shecup is the number one ranked brand in menstrual cups in India.

Menstrual cup sizing and selection

Shecup comes in two different sizes like L (Larger) size and Standard size whereas other brands of the menstrual cup have a S (smaller) and an L (larger) sizes menstrual cup.

The smaller size is normally recommended for women under 30 and the larger size is normally recommended for women who are over 30 or have an unusually heavy flow. The menstrual cups with the S (smaller) size diameter are recommended for teenagers as well as women and girls who are physically more fit as those with stronger pelvic floor muscles may find a larger cup uncomfortable.

Length also needs to be considered. If a female's cervix sits particularly low, she may want to use a shorter cup. Capacity is important to women who have a heavier flow. However, all of the menstrual cups currently available have a larger capacity than a regular tampon.

A final consideration in selecting a menstrual Shecup is firmness or flexibility. A firmer cup pops open more easily and smoothly after insertion and may hold a more consistent seal against the vaginal wall but many women find softer cups more comfortable.

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Shecup - Menstrual cup - Large size - 28 ml capacity - Bigger knob stem - Reviews

4.9 / 5





Overall experience till date have been very satisfactory.
Superfast delivery. Trustworthy product -
I have been using Shecup for a while now and it always makes me forget my periods when I wear it. No stains, eco-friendly, takes a while to get used to it but once you do, you will never go back to pads. I just bought the bigger cup
Very nice shopping experience
Thanks for keeping the privacy.

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