Taking the leap from tampons and pads to a reusable menstrual cup can be difficult. It’s a whole new way of managing menstruation after all.
But, worry not, there are countless tips available for you to help you understand and use your new menstrual cup.
With Easter slowly emerging on the horizon, it’s difficult to avoid succumbing to all the amazing sugary goodness. Dark chocolate, milk chocolate, white chocolate – hell, there’s even Easter treats for those who aren’t a fan of chocolate altogether. But with Dechox behind us, it’s hard to resist the urge to embrace a mountain of sugary treats.
We know the main consequences of indulging in too much sugary foods – but did you know exactly how if affects your pelvic floor? Read this blog to discover more.
Sure, you’ve heard them mentioned before, but the thought of using a menstrual cup still makes you squirm. Yet, nearly 90% of women who use a menstrual cup love the confidence that it gives them.
There is a HUGE list of reasons why you should make the jump from tampons or pads to a menstrual cup, so here at Kegel8, we chose a few of our favourite reasons why menstrual cups are the best form of menstruation management. Read this blog to learn more…
Making the move from your trusty tampons or towels to a menstrual cup can be scary. But, rest assured, it’s way easier than you think.
Menstrual cups are a growing preferred form of menstruation management. And with a one-off purchase that saves both your bank account and the environment – why wouldn’t you want to make the leap?
Follow these 8 easy steps when you use your menstrual cup...
The spotlight on Endometriosis has been gradually increasing, with multiple celebrities speaking out about their experiences with the condition; including Julianne Hough, Whoopi Goldberg, and Lena Dunham. This month Kegel8 are joining the campaign to help raise awareness even further.
This March it’s Endometriosis Awareness Month; so, grab your sister, mother, aunt, niece, friends – it’s time to learn all about this condition that affects 1 in 10 women.
Every woman is different. This statement doesn’t just apply to a woman’s body shape or size, it’s also relevant to internal health.
Menopause is defined as the permanent cessation of menstruation. It is a life event that every woman will go through universally – yet each experience of the menopause is unique. Although the symptoms that women experience may be completely different, there has been research to show that there may be a trend between cultural significance and menopausal symptoms.
A pelvic floor problem, such as pelvic pain, can stop you from embracing your sexuality and can cause a heavy strain on intimate relationships. The sexual positions that you perform can actually worsen the problem rather than boosting your relationship.
Do not fear, this doesn’t mean you need to dig a grave for your sex life! The team at Kegel8 have compiled a comprehensive list of the most comfortable and exciting sex positions for those who suffer from pelvic pain.
Sex. A vital component in most intimate relationships. It helps to keep both parties happy and healthy - inside and out. But, what should you do when getting hard becomes hard? Read on to learn more.
A pelvic floor problem, such as incontinence or bladder weakness, can stop you from embracing your sexuality and can cause a heavy strain on intimate relationships. The sexual positions that you perform can actually worsen the problem rather than boosting your relationship.
Do not fear, this doesn’t mean you need to dig a grave for your sex life! The team at Kegel8 have compiled a comprehensive list of the most comfortable and exciting sex positions for those who suffer from a form of incontinence or bladder weakness.
Urinary incontinence can dampen your sex life in more ways than one. It’s hard not to feel like you’re the only one who’s going through the issue. But you’re not alone – 1 in 3 women have daily leakage episodes. So how can you tackle the problem? Read this blog to learn more.