Using a menstrual cup for the first time can be a daunting experience, but it's easier than you can imagine.
Read one Kegel8's user experience with using a menstrual cup for the first time...
Love balls, Ben Wa balls, jiggle balls – whatever term you use, Kegel balls may seem like a very NSFW product. But, they're not just the type of products you'd expect to see in an unrealistic fantasy, you can actually use these to improve a whole load of sexual health aspects. Discover the benefits of love balls in this blog…
Cycling is a great activity to stay fit and healthy. However, it comes at a price. Cycling is not the kindest sport to your vulva and vagina – potentially taking a toll on your pelvic floor.
In cycling, a strong pelvic floor can help contribute to core strength and improved breathing. But, it’s not all smiles and rainbows. Core strength can be hard to maintain if riding a bicycle can pose a detrimental threat to the pelvic floor itself.
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Using a menstrual cup is a great confidence boosting and reliable form of menstruation management. But getting started can be tricky.
The Kegel8 Menstrual Cup is a body-friendly, comfortable, and easy-to-use form of sanitary protection. But every vagina is different, that’s why you may need to experiment a little when you first come to using your cup.
There are dozens of ways that you can fold your menstrual cup to help ease insertion, so here at Kegel8, we’ve compiled our top choices into one short video for you to choose and try.
It’s pretty common knowledge now that you should be exercising your pelvic floor. If you haven’t heard of Kegels where have you been?! For those out of the loop – Kegels are a form of exercise that specifically target your pelvic floor muscles; often a set of voluntary contractions to strengthen the muscles.
When you perform a Kegel exercise you should ALWAYS remember to relax your pelvic floor after contracting it. Failing to teach your pelvic floor muscles how to relax can lead to them becoming overactive – this can be seen in certain activities, such as ballet, where the pelvic floor plays a big role.
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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.