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Is it dangerous to use a menstrual cup?

 
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The menstrual cup is a device that holds the menstrual blood inside. Unlike tampons, they do not absorb blood. But keep it in a silicone or soft plastic cup. With proper use, it is safe to use.However, as with menstrual cup tampons, there are potential risks, especially if people use them incorrectly.
This article discusses the potential dangers of using a menstrual cup.



Is the menstrual cup dangerous?

In most cases, menstrual cups are harmless as long as people follow the manufacturer's instructions.A systematic review in The Lancet looked at 43 studies on the safety of menstrual cups, involving a total of 3,319 participants.The researchers concluded that menstrual cups are a safe way to manage periods.In addition, there is no evidence to suggest that menstrual ดาวน์โหลด slotxo cups are more dangerous than other menstrual products, such as tampons.


Potential risk

Although many people use a menstrual cup without complications. But there is a risk that may arise in its use. Many of these risks are similar to those of other internal menstrual products.


Leakage

As with other menstrual products, menstrual cups may leak during use. A leak is more likely if the cup is full or not fit.Wash the cups regularly and use a properly fit cup to reduce the chance of spills. The right menstrual cup creates a "seal" around the vaginal walls and won't move much during the day.


Pain and minor injuries

Inserting any object into the vagina can cause pain or minor injury.A person is more likely to experience these problems if the menstrual cup is inserted around, has long nails, or uses a cup that is too large.A comprehensive review in The Lancet found only 5 people (0.15% of participants) experienced severe pain or injury while using the menstrual cup. The researchers suggest it could be due to differences in anatomy or the cup is in the wrong position.


Rash and allergic reactions

Any product can cause a skin reaction or an allergic reaction. In rare cases, it can be difficult for people who use a menstrual cup. The lancet examination found only six cases (0.18% of the total) that the cup caused an allergic reaction or rash.Since the materials a company uses to make menstrual cups vary, somepeople may find that some brands work better than others.


Urinary problems

Putting any object into the vagina can irritate the urethra and introduce bacteria into the urinary tract. Many people find that this happens when they use their menstrual cups.In addition, in rare cases, the cup may push the urethra and become blocked, leading to urination problems.The lancet examination identified nine people (0.27%) with urinary symptoms, three of whom had hydronephrosis, a serious condition that causes the kidneys to swell when urine cannot escape.Medical scans revealed that in all three cases the menstrual cup was not positioned properly, which could be the reason.


The IUD is dropped or expelled.Some evidence suggests that the menstrual cup can fall out of the IUD, meaning it is no longer effective in preventing pregnancy.The Lancet reports that the use of the menstrual cup causes the IUD to loosen or escape from the vagina in women. 13 people joined (0.39% of total)However, IUD expulsion occurs naturally in about 1 in 20 people, with or without a menstrual cup. It usually occurs over a period of time, so it cannot be confirmed that the menstrual cup is the direct cause of expulsion.
A 2012 study found that the risk of IUD excretion was not higher when people used tampons, pads, or menstrual cups.

However, people using an IUD may want to avoid the menstrual cup if they are concerned about the potential risk of ejection.An infection The Lancet review found no evidence that menstrual cups were at increased risk of infection compared to other menstrual products.Some studies indicate that cups were less likely to cause infection than tampons or pads.However, there is a small risk of infection when using the cup, which increases if a person does not keep the cup clean.


Toxic shock syndrome

Toxic shock syndrome (TSS) is a serious and potentially life-threatening bacterial infection that causes Staphylococcus aureus is often associated with tampons. But in some rare cases it happens to people who use a menstrual cup.Some supporters for the menstrual cup cite older research to prove that TSS only occurs when people use highly absorbent materials inside, such as those found in tampons. However, recent research shows that TSS is also possible in menstrual cup users.


How to use the menstrual cup safely

Before using the menstrual cup for the first time:

Find a cup that's physically appropriate and isn't too hard or too soft.
Sterilize the cup by placing it in a clean saucepan and boiling water for 10 minutes.Alternatively, sterilized tablets can be purchased, which can be helpful when clean hot water is not available.Wash your hands with soap and water.To insert a menstrual cup:Wet the outside of the cup or apply a water-based lubricant.Press the edges of the cups together to form a straight line. Fold it in half so that the edges form a "C" shape.Hold the cup like this and insert the rim first into the vagina.Once inside, the cup should open and have a seal around the vaginal wall. A person can test this by running their finger around the edge.People can enter the cup for 8–12 hours at a time, then rinse and rinse thoroughly before inserting it again.

It is important not to insert the cup for more than 12 hours at a time without emptying and rinsing even if it is not full.To remove the menstrual cup:Wash your hands with soap and water.Carefully insert your finger into the vagina and pull it gently on the stem of the cup.When the bottom of the cup is within reach, squeeze it to break the seal.Remove the cup and empty it into the toilet or sink.After each period has ended, people should sterilize the cup again before storing it in a clean container until the next period. They should not share their menstrual cups with others.
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