If you’ve come this far we’re going to assume you’ve managed to figure out How to Insert Your Menstrual Cup. If not, click that link to check out part one of this video for a basic how-to and a few tips. Once you’ve finished that, it’s time to figure out how to remove a menstrual cup.
The number one thing we want to get across is to relax otherwise your body will hold onto that cup like an ex with your emotions. Let that shit go and and your cup, too, shall be free. Seriously though, the tension of those muscles will work against you, so grab a glass of wine or chamomile tea, watch our video, and prepare for extraction.
Side note: If you find that reaching your cup is more challenging that you are comfortable with, you may need a longer cup. Check our our Menstrual Cup Comparison Chart to find a cup longer than the one you’re currently using.
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