Menstrual cups are becoming more and more popular as women begin to take control of their menstrual health. Opting for more financially and environmentally friendly options, menstrual cups are certainly the way forward.
But with so many brands, how do you know which one is right for you?
To judge the effectiveness of the Kegel8 Menstrual Cup, its features have been compared to other leading menstrual cup brands such as Intimina and Mooncup.
Users of the Lily Cup have noted a powerful suction when wearing the cup. This can cause difficulty and stress when you attempt to remove your cup and can even be painful for some users. In comparison, the Kegel8 Menstrual Cup features small suction release holes that make the removal process an easier experience.
Due to its soft structure, the Kegel8 cup is just as easy to remove as it is to insert – plus it sits comfortably against your vaginal walls, unlike other, firmer menstrual cup brands.
Despite the overall popularity for the Mooncup, users have often noted that they experience accidental leakage when using their cups.
The Kegel8 Menstrual Cup offers a special feature that other brands do not. On your Kegel8 cup you can find a series of measurement lines. These can help you to check the volume of your menstrual fluid during your period. This feature can be vitally important for those women who think they may be suffering from endometriosis, as heavy bleeding is often a tell-tale sign.
Currently, the prices for the menstrual cups are as follows:
- Mooncup retails at £21.99.
- The Lily Cup sells highest at £22.90.
- The Kegel8 Menstrual Cup is available for just £12.99.
The points established in this blog are based from user reviews.