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Shecup - Menstrual cup - Regular Size - 28 ml capacity - Flat Knob Stem

Shecup - Menstrual cup - Regular Size - 28 ml capacity - Flat Knob Stem

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Shecup - Menstrual cup

Shecup Menstrual Cup Online in India

Shecup is a feminine hygiene menstrual cup to collect the menstrual fluid during the menstrual cycle. Shecup is a reusable medical grade bell-shaped device. Period cup is generally made of restorative health grade silicone and moulded like a chime. Unlike tampons and pads, the menstruation cup collects menstrual liquid instead of absorbing it.

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

Shecup is assured as 100% alternative to sanitary napkins and tampons. This is considered the most modern intimate hygiene product for women and easy to use regardless of the environment. Shecup is the first and best quality menstrual cup in India. Check out shecup online - menstruation cup how to use, reviews, features, benefits and read the complete review of it. Buy shecup menstrual cup online at the best price.

Shecup 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) 59.5 mm
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

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Shecup menstrual cup benefits :

  1. Shecup protects you from rashes, irritation, allergies and fungal infection.
  2. No foul odour and wetness
  3. Convenient and easy to use
  4. Very Soft and comfortable
  5. Environment-friendly cup
  6. Zero leakage and best price.
  7. Period cups can be reusable for up to 10 years.
  8. She cup can be worn for up to 12 hours 
  9. Shecup can be used while at home, in office or school, during travels, gym or deep sleep in it!

She cup size :

Shecup comes in two different sizes, such as Large and Standard size.

  • The Standard 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.
  • Shecup with the S size diameter is 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 for 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.

Shecup price in India

Shecup price in India is Rs. 1320 for a standard size cup and Rs.1500 for a Large size cup. Buy shecup online and get the best price along with the correct size of menstrual cup.

How to use Shecup menstrual cup?

Making the change to another menstrual product is now much easier than you may think. Using She Cup menstrual cup is very similar to using tampons, just with improved health benefits – no irritation, no chemicals and no drying out. Please do read the instructions that come along with your Menstrual Cup prior to use as each cup would have its own suggested methods of usage, as per their design.

It is easy to insert or remove and takes only a few seconds to wear or remove and becomes simpler with repeated use. Always clean your menstrual cup before first use. Wash your hands with gentle soap and water. Rinse your hands thoroughly, and then rinse your cup under water as it’s easier to tuck in when wet. You can use a water-based lubricant if you are a first-time user or if you prefer.

Please find below the step by step procedure:

  • Read the instructions carefully accompanying your choice of menstrual cup. Read over the pamphlets that usually come with your menstrual cup until you feel comfortable to go ahead. Also, see the wikiHow on cleaning a menstrual cup for directions on keeping it clean and hygienic. And if you don't have a menstrual cup already, shop with us at shycart and buy a menstrual cup online & we will help you pick the right cup for you.
  • Try inserting the cup first time slowly and cautiously as most users do not get the hang of it until after a couple of tries. Also, although you would be tempted to do a dry run while you're not on your period, you really shouldn't because it's generally more lubricated and your cervix may be in a different position while you're menstruating. So for the first time, ensure that it is during your period.
  • Practice different folds. The C fold shown on the instruction manual isn't the best technique for many women. Usually, when you use the C fold, the widest part of the Shecup is just at the beginning. Another fold (there are many to choose from) is the punch-down fold. To make this fold, place your finger delicately on the rim of the cup, and push it down into the cup.
  • Ensure that you wash your hands with soap and rinse the cup with water to remove any dust or dirt from your hands and the menstrual cup. When you use for the first time, shecup must be boiled as well. Soap should never be in contact with a menstrual cup.
  • Stay relaxed and make sure not to tense your pelvic muscles. This makes it painful or difficult to insert the cup. Your pelvic muscles are the ones you use generally to stop and start peeing. Practice loosening and tightening these muscles so you will be able to relax them during insertion. Be patient; the first time insertion is always the hardest, so don't give up if you're having trouble initially but do take a break if you become overly frustrated.
  • Get yourself into a comfortable position. You might want to try inserting the shecup while over the toilet or you can also try squatting down in the tub or shower; or standing and putting one leg on the edge of the toilet or tub; or putting your back against a wall and getting into a squat position; or lying down on the floor with your knees up and legs apart.
  • Now try to find your cervix. Stick a finger inside your vagina and feel for your cervix, which feels like the tip of your nose. This is a small, squishy nub with an indentation in the middle. Aiming the cup in the direction of your cervix will help you. This way you avoid accidentally poking your cervix with the cup or taking up space in the cup with your cervix. If you can't find your cervix, this probably means it's very high and in this case, your cervix probably won't cause any problems. If you would rather opt not to do this then aim the cup towards the small of your back.
  • Next is to insert the She cup menstrual cup. First, fold the cup and then hold it with one hand (stem facing downwards). Spread apart your labia and look for the opening of your vagina with your other hand. Now push the cup indelicately at about a 45-degree angle towards your pubic bone, not straight up. The cup should slowly pop open. Continue to push the cup in until sits perfectly and is comfortable.
  • Ensure that the cup is fully open. You would have heard or felt a "pop." This is a sign that the cup has just opened. Else reach up and feel around the base of the cup. This should be round or at least oval. If it has not opened, you can open it manually with your hand. You can also reach up with a finger and press part of the vaginal wall out of the way in order that air travels up and fills the cup. You may feel much more comfortable with the cup closer to your cervix. When it is in place, you may want to try to pull it gently down, to make sure the vacuum has been made (that's what the little holes are for) - this is part of what holds the menstrual cup securely.
  • Wait until twelve hours. If you have a heavy flow, you will have to empty the shecup more frequently, because this is the maximum recommended time. For your first cycle with a cup, you'll have to do a bit of experimenting to find out how long you can wear your cup before leaking. (Initially, It's a good idea to wear a backup panty liner; cloth panty liners are always a good reusable option.)
  • Next is to remove she cup. Firstly bear down with your muscles so the cup will travel down farther. Continue doing this until you reach the stem. Wiggle the cup back and forth and down delicately. Get a better grip on the base not just the stem of the cup and continue to pull it out. Pinching the base slowly helps to break the vacuum and makes it easier to remove the menstrual cup. When you get to the opening of your vagina make sure that you take it out upright to reduce spillage. If the rim of the cup seems too wide to remove comfortably, use a finger to fold the cup into a C fold or a punch-down fold before you take it out of your vagina.
  • Now rinse the cup with water. To clear the suction holes of menstrual fluid, slowly bend the cup at the suction holes under the water. You may also fill the cup with water, cover the opening with your palm, and squeeze the cup to squirt water out the holes-- keep clear! Dry your cup if it feels too slippery (although the water and slipperiness may help you out) before reinsertion.
  • The most important part is to learn how to clean the Shecup. You can boil the cup by using sterilizing tablets, swab it down with rubbing alcohol or choose from some other methods. See wikiHow's instructions on how to clean a menstrual cup for directions to choose the method that works best for you.

Video demonstration on how to use menstrual cup:

If you're new to menstrual cups or wondering how to use Shecup correctly, then please do watch the video below. It demonstrates a simple and easy step by step procedure of using a menstrual cup.

How long can this cup be used?

This Menstrual Shecup bought online can be used for up to 10 years. It has to be sterilized every 8-12 hours depending upon the flow. The advantage of the menstrual cup over napkins and tampons.

Well as seen above you would have noticed that the first and foremost advantage that menstrual cup evidently has over sanitary napkins and tampons is the amount of money spent over buying these napkins and tampons over a period of 8 to 10 years which is exorbitant when compared to the one-time investment in a SheCup. Also, the menstrual cup is healthier for the vaginal environment than using tampons.

Tampons absorb all the vaginal moisture, including secretions that are needed to maintain the proper pH and beneficial bacteria. Shecup menstrual cups collect menstrual flow and allow the vagina to regulate its own moisture levels. The second thing is the bleaching process, many tampons and sanitary pads are bleached with chlorine and have an appreciable amount of dioxin, a suspected carcinogen although whether this causes health problems has not yet been firmly established.

In some medical cases, when a woman needs to know how much menstrual fluid she is expelling for medical reasons, a cup can allow her to tell more accurately. Apart from being eco-friendly, they’re evidently also more convenient, more hygienic and most cost-effective.

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Why should women use a SheCup?

Shecup is the healthiest option

  • Shecup is made with health grade non-toxic non-allergic silicone that protects you from the risk of infections or vaginitis
  • It is inert and smooth so there are no problems of rashes, irritation, allergies and fungal infection
  • It is a passive product, this only collects the menstrual flow and does not interfere with the natural normal functioning and cleaning process of the vagina
  • It can be comfortably worn for long hours without any health hazards
  • It is the only menstrual sanitary protection which can be sterilized
  • It has been tested to comply with the most stringent international norms for the following Acute System Toxicity, Intracutaneous Toxicity and Implantation Test

Shecup makes you more hygienic

  • Since it is made of silicone it can be sterilized, making it more hygienic than any other product
  • Since the Shecup catches the menstrual fluid deep within, there is no foul odour and feeling of wetness
  • Shecup also comes with Shecup wipes that are provided to clean and sanitize Shecup before and after usage

Shecup is extremely convenient and simple to use

  • Since Shecup is reusable, there is no inconvenience to carry or store bulky products or to dispose of used ones
  • It can be worn comfortably for 12 hours or more without any problems and can hold up to a quarter of the average monthly menstrual flow.
  • It can be worn safely all through the night

Shecup is delicate, soft and comfortable

  • Shecup leaves no room for any leakage and hence there is no risk of stains
  • It allows the user to wear the clothes as desired since this is worn inside the body
  • It allows the user to take up any physical activity of their choice

Shecup helps you save money

Shecup is durable and permits long-time use, considerably reducing the recurring cost to users

ECO-FRIENDLY Shecup protects the environment as well

  • Commercial sanitary pads are non-biodegradable. They take hundreds of years to decompose and while burning them toxic gases are released in the atmosphere
  • The manufacturing process of pads/tampons adds to pollution and also results in the depletion of natural resources like wood while on the other hand the manufacturing process for a menstrual cup, like Shecup, is simpler than that of other commercial menstrual sanitary products, and is thereby less harmful to the environment
  • Shecup menstrual cup is also reusable and recyclable thereby reducing consumption and waste.

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.

Is menstrual cup available in medical shops?

No, menstrual cups are available online stores. You can buy menstrual cup online India from our online shopping store.

Best menstrual cup for heavy flow?

Shecup is the best menstrual cup for heavy flow. Check out our customer's reviews.

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Shecup - Menstrual cup - Regular Size - 28 ml capacity - Flat Knob Stem - Reviews

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