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A tampon costs about INR 12, It is estimated that about 25 pads are used per cycle, so there is a cost of INR 3600 per year, in 10 years this value reaches INR 36,000. The menstrual Cup cost between INR 800 to 1000, but can last up to 8-10 years. You don't even have to say which one is the most economical, do you?

(📌Time of use)
Tampons should be changed every 4 hours and overnight use is not recommended. The menstrual cup can be used for up to 12 hours and overnight.


(📌Capacity and leaks) The tampons have an average capacity of 9ml. Once saturated it must be replaced at the risk of generating leaks. The menstrual cup forms a vacuum in the vaginal canal, preventing leaks, and its capacity can reach an unbelievable 34ml!

(📌Environment)

An average person has 400 menstrual cycles during their lifetime. It is estimated that, during this period, about 10,000 tampons are used. In India alone, tons of absorbents are discarded every month. The menstrual cup is reusable and, if well maintained, can last for many years. During the entire fertile life only a few Cups will be used compared to thousands of disposable tampons. Much more environmentally friendly right?


GynoCup is a silicon-based, most advanced menstrual cup for a tension-free period. It is not just leak-proof and economical but reusable. GynoCup collects menstrual fluid inside instead of absorbing it, which is a safer method than pads and tampons. It's highly recommended by doctors and very easy to use. GynoCup is very popular these days in India and ideal for the women who are willing to live a hygienic lifestyle during menstruation. One of the best advantages of the cup is that it doesn't disrupt your natural pH, unlike any sanitary products, it also prevents toxic waste. These cups are medically proven, toxin-free, odorless, and hypoallergenic and made up of high-quality silicone, which is used in infant pacifiers, catheter tubes, etc. The shape of the cup is so well designed and unshakable that it can be used while playing sports, swimming, or any other daily routine activities. The cup is highly recommended by women who believe in living a hygienic and care-free life even during menstruation.     Here are some of the features of using GynoCup.
  • Durable & Reusable product.
  • Completely natural and odorless.
  • Eco-friendly and durable menstrual cups.
  • Made-up of 100% medical grade silicone.
  • Washable and reusable.
  • 12 hours of uninterrupted usage at a time.
  • Affordable and easy to use.

These cups are soft and super flexible so that they can be inserted into the vagina, unlike the pads and tampons, which cover a huge area and are breeding grounds for microbes. The flexible menstrual cup is inserted by folding quite easily and efficiently into the vagina, where due to its design, it gains its shape again. Menstrual cups create a kind of vacuum/seal that does not let any fluid pass out, and it gets collected in the cup. The placement is fairly near the opening, unlike tampons that need placing even higher. To remove the cup, all you need to do is push it down using your pelvic muscles and tug on to the stem to pull it out of your body. Empty and rinse it every time you take it out. You could empty it in the toilet or sink then rinse it with water before you reinsert it. A menstrual cup is very durable because of the material they are made of, they can be used for several months without replacements, and you would never need another sanitary product. These menstrual cups are also environment-friendly while being menstruation friendly.

Yes, it is easy to use, but for beginners, as it is something very different than what you have been using until now, it may take some getting used to time. Don’t give up in only one or two attempts. Experiencing some leakage during your first few attempts is natural as it could be because the is not completely unfolded or is not correctly positioned.  When inserting if you feel uncomfortable, check it again and readjust it. If you need the stem shorter, you may have to do it yourself. If you have difficulty in removing the menstrual cup, try relaxing your pelvic muscles as they may have been tensed, which could make it difficult for you to remove the cup? If you still cannot remove it, give it a minute and do something else or walk around, then try removing again when you are relaxed. The cup is very comfortable when inserted correctly; you may not even feel it. The silicon material from which it is made of, it heats up along with the body's internal heat and softens even more with time. It may take you 3 or 4 cycles to realize the best position and angle for your body. 

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