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The Best Menstrual Cups for a High Cervix

The Best Menstrual Cups for a High Cervix

If you’ve ever had the slightly panic-inducing experience of not being able to reach your menstrual cup when it comes time to remove and empty it, chances are you have a high cervix. Here are the best menstrual cups for a high cervix that make removing your cup a breeze.
How to do Kegel exercises

How to do Kegel exercises

Kegel exercises help us build or maintain a strong and healthy pelvic floor - that net of muscles that acts as an internal trampoline to hold our pelvic organs in place. Here's a guide on how to do Kegel exercises and some suggestions for taking your Kegel routine to the next level.
How to Deal With Vaginal Dryness

How to Deal With Vaginal Dryness

There are times when we like to feel dry ‘down there’ (that’s why we love tampons, menstrual cups and sponges, right?) but other times when dryness is downright uncomfortable and can actually lead to bigger problems. 
Experiencing light bladder leakage (LBL)? Here's what to do

Experiencing light bladder leakage (LBL)? Here's what to do

If you find yourself leaking when you laugh, cough, exercise or have a full bladder, chances are you’re experiencing what is known as light bladder leakage (LBL for short). LBL is more common than you think, affecting up to an estimated 37% of Aussie women. Here's what you can do about it.
5 of the Best Menstrual Cups for Teens

5 of the Best Menstrual Cups for Teens

We often get asked, can teens use menstrual cups? And the answer is YES, of course! With so many menstrual cups on the market, finding the right size cup that is suitable for teens or those who are particularly petite can be a bit challenging, so we’ve put together a quick guide to the best menst...
Toxic Shock Syndrome (TSS)

Toxic Shock Syndrome (TSS)

Always select the minimum absorbency tampon for your flow to reduce the risk of TSS and follow the manufacturers' guidelines for how often your tampon should be changed. Signs or symptoms of TSS may include; high temperature, vomiting, nausea, low blood pressure, diarrhoea, a rash, headaches or m...
How to remove menstrual cup stains

How to remove menstrual cup stains

So your menstrual cup is stained. Don’t worry, and don't ditch it for a new cup just yet! Even though your cup may not look as crystal clear or colourless as it once was, staining on your menstrual cup is normal and doesn’t mean that it’s unclean or damaged. Regardless, if you’re longing to have ...