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Have a few questions about EverCup? Though EverCup is different than a tampon or pad, it's actually more comfortable, easier to use, healthier and more environmentally and cost-friendly than any other feminine hygiene product.
Here are the best practices to follow for a healthy, happy period--no matter what kind you choose. Not sure where to start? Check out our complete guide on how to use a menstrual cup.
You can wear EverCup for up to 12 hours.
Great Question. Take our Menstrual Cup Quiz to find your perfect fit.
The EverCup and Cleaning Case are both made from 100% medical-grade silicone. This means that it has been tested for biocompatibility, i.e. it's safe to use inside the human body.
We all make mistakes. Here are a few that we see pretty frequently.
1. Forgetting to relax. The human body becomes stiff when you're stressed. Relaxing makes it easier to insert and remove your EverCup.
2. Forgetting to double-check if it unfolded inside the vaginal canal. With two fingers, check to see that the cup has assumed its "cup" shape inside the vagina. This prevents leaks.
3. Not cleaning it often. We recommend cleaning it once during the middle of your cycle and one at the end so it's ready for your next period. Cleaning it more frequently is also a great idea.
4. Squat when you insert it. This aligns the vaginal opening and makes the whole process easier.
5. When removing it, push your muscles as if you're having a bowel movement. This sound silly but it makes a big difference.
Remove it at least every 12 hours, though more frequently is a good idea. You'll get a feel for how often you want to wear your EverCup at different times in your cycle, just as you did with pads and tampons.
Great question. The Cleaning Case is our unique silicone pouch for storing your EverCup. It's made from medical-grade silicone and has two breathing holes so that your cup can dry.
The Cleaning Case comes in three colors. It's cute (and discreet) enough for your purse or medicine cabinet.
Please speak with your gynecologist before attempting to use a menstrual cup with an IUD.
If you are going to get an IUD, tell your doctor that you plan on wearing a menstrual cup. They may trim the IUD strings.
No. Please speak with your doctor.
Yes. In fact, many women prefer to use an EverCup while going through menopause because it does not create dryness in the vagina like a tampon. The EverCup will not affect vaginal pH either, making it a healthy choice all around.
It is guaranteed to last 10 years, though may last longer.
EverCup was designed by a woman and is manufactured in Maine, USA.
Yes. Our factory has been inspected by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA), so you know that EverCup is made from high-quality materials and subject to strict quality control processes.