In this article I compare two of the top-rated devices for maintaining a strong pelvic floor: the Elvie Personal Trainer and the kGoal.
Two products whose aim is both the same, to strengthen the pelvic floor. But which one will you choose? Which one has all the benefits you're looking for, and which one fits your budget?
The best way to exercise your pelvic floor: use a pelvic floor exerciser to stimulate your pelvic floor and develop increased muscle control.
One in every three women will experience pelvic floor issues within their lifetime. Keep pelvic floor muscles fit with Intimina KegelSmart.
Introducing the vFit, the little piece of ingenuity to help us women who crave a more intimate, pleasurable, and comfortable time in the bedroom.
The Globus Triathlon Pro is a sophisticated electro muscle stimulation device that has over four hundred programs to help with your muscle recovery and overall sports rehabilitation.
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In this post, you'll learn what a sport menstrual cup is and the things you should consider before buying one. Plus some tips!
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Looking for a black menstrual cup? Then you've come to the right place!
TPE cups are a great alternative to silicone and natural rubber cups. See which TPE cup is best for you!
There are lots of menstrual cup quizzes on the internet. We compared them all to see how they stack up against each other.
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Wondering how to remove period stains from your menstrual cup? You’re not alone.
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In this post, I cover all there is to know about menstrual cup applicators e.g. why should you use a menstrual cup applicator and where can you get one.
There are quite a few menstrual cups to choose from if you're a teen, but which one is the right one for you? Find out in this post!
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There is nothing wrong with the new "period" emoji. Except it's not a period emoji!
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How do you insert a menstrual cup? How do you remove a menstrual cup?
Thinking about making the switch from panty liners, pads, and tampons to a menstrual cup?
Brand new search engine for menstrual cups at menstrualcup.eco/search. Search as it should be!
Do you have any questions or thoughts regarding menstrual cups? In this post, you will find answers to the most frequently asked questions.
There are over 200 menstrual cup brands in the world. Which ones originate from the Nordic countries? And where are they manufactured?
Today menstrualcup.eco posts all of its collected information about menstrual cups at menstrualcup.eco/search.
A menstrual cup looks like a small cup with a ball, ring, or stem at the bottom. It's made of medical-grade silicone, TPE, or latex and comes in a variety of colors, shapes, and sizes.
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