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A trip you’ve been planning for months can be ruined by simply not being prepared. We’re not talking about not booking your adventures or hotels on time, we’re talking PERIODS! So if you think your period might come during that hike to Machu Picchu, that surf trip to Bali, or just a casual camping trip 3 hours away from your home, make sure you have your Lunette cup handy at all times!
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Traveling On Your Period With Your Menstrual Cup
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I never thought that the image of a stained pair of ordinary underwear lying unceremoniously on my teenage room floor would remained burned in my memory for almost a decade. In the field of psychology, that kind of mental image is called a flashbulb memory – a vivid, if not incomplete, image that remains like a snapshot in your mind. Kind of like the blinding flash of a camera irreparably tattooing a memory onto your brain - a scar if you will. In the case of my first period, it was a memory that would change my life forever.
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Bleeding for Freedom
 – My First Period as a Non-binary Menstruator
tagged in international transgender day of visibility, menstrual cup, menstruation, nonbinary, trans, transgender
Every month, menstruating humans all over the world experience different symptoms during their menstrual cycle. From abdominal and lower back pain, to headaches, bloating, and breakouts, it’s safe to say having a period can be uncomfortable at times. But are you experiencing all these pains to the point where you can’t get out of bed, have an abnormally heavy period, and everything hurts way more than it should? These severe pains might be a sign of endometriosis, and we’ve decided to shed some light on this for the sake of all menstruators!
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What Is Endometriosis?
tagged in cramps, endometriosis, menstrual cup, menstruation, periods, symptoms
If you had to ask me to think back on my jr. high days where we were first introduced to sex education classes, I can genuinely say I don’t remember a single thing about it. All I can remember is watching really outdated VHS videos and being taught by a male P.E. teacher (nothing against that, but having a male P.E teacher explain how the female reproductive system works to a 13 year old is pretty hysterical). Anyways, I think the only thing I took from that class was the obvious: “don’t have unprotected sex,” “don’t have sex,” “this is how you put on a condom.”
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Everything You Need To Know About The Fertility Awareness Method
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IUD’s (Intra-Uterine Device) are an internal contraceptive device and, just like menstrual cups, are becoming more and more popular!

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Using A Menstrual Cup With An IUD
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We all know that all good things must eventually come to an end. Whether you’ve had your cup for two or ten years (kudos if you made it last that long!), the time will come when you have to say goodbye forever to your old cup and say hello to a new one! But how do we dispose of it without harming the environment and sending it to landfill? We’ve got some quirky suggestions below ;)

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5 Creative Ways To Recycle Your Menstrual Cup
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The Lunette menstrual cup can be used for up to 12 straight hours. Of course everyone is different and those with a heavier flow may need to empty their cup more often (more on that below).
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How often do I need to empty my menstrual cup?
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Ahh…the holidays are finally approaching. Pumpkin spice lattes, cuddle weather, and Christmas music – let’s face it, it IS the most wonderful time of the year. You get to eat your entire weight in one sitting not once, but TWICE in two months. However, something very scary happens between Thanksgiving and New Years, and we’re not talking about those extra pounds we put on from all the amazing food we eat. We’re talking about all the waste created and the non eco-friendly products used due to all that holiday spirit.
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Top 5 Green Gift Ideas For The Holidays
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What the heck is a cervix? Do you know what a cervix looks like? If you haven’t already searched Google images for it (which we highly recommend you do), we’re here to break it down for ya. During menstruation, the cervix plays a key role in this process. Knowing where your period comes from not only helps you understand your body more, but it empowers you!

 Ok, but what even is a cervix?
 It’s basically the “neck” of the uterus. Wait...my uterus has a neck….? Sort of. It’s a narrow neck-like passage that lies below the uterus and above the vagina....

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High cervix, low cervix and your menstrual cup
tagged in Anatomy, Menstrual Cup, Menstruation

Public restrooms – some are nice and clean, others…not so much. But in the unavoidable situation, when you gotta go, you gotta go! If being on your period didn’t already change your V plans for the week, dumping your menstrual fluid in a public restroom sounds just as terrifying as cleaning it. (Come on, we know you’re thinking it). What do you do when you absolutely haveto empty your cup but...

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How to clean your Lunette Menstrual Cup in a public restroom – like a boss
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