Blog for Moms
With Valentine's Day just around the corner, what better topic to blog about than SEX.
Today the Softcup team all watched an inspring video, and we can't wait to see the documentary in full.
Perimenopause is the time of transition between when a woman is regularly producing eggs to the time when the ovaries shut down permanently, also known as menopause.
You may have hear about the dreaded "annual exam" from your mother while growing up. What does this exam consist of and why is it so dreaded?
In a feminine hygiene market dominated by tampons and pads, trying a menstrual cup may seem intimidating at first. Menstrual cups have been around as long as tampons but are less familiar to some women. Whether you're dealing with unpredictable periods, experience a heavy flow or want to enjoy an active lifestyle, using a menstrual cup may help you better manage your period.
I just started sing Softcups this summer and I wanted to let you know that I absolutely LOVE them! Your product has brought me the freedom to do my everyday activities even while having my period.
Q: What is a menstrual cup and what are the advantages of using one?
A: There are two kinds of menstrual cups: the first is a soft, flexible cup that is worn internally, in the natural space under the cervix and behind the pubic bone where it conforms to your body. You can wear it for about 12 hours at a time, after which it is disposed and a new one is inserted.
Talking to your daughter about getting her period and the changes taking place within her body can be nerve-wracking for many moms.
I am a victim of tampon related TSS.