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What do you think of re usable period pads ?

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1 year ago
I use a menstrual cup. Best decision EVER. My obly regret is not starting using ie earlier.

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1 year ago
Me too!!!!!

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1 year ago
How do these work in a public toilet?

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1 year ago
Iv never had to empty mine in a public toilet but it wouldn’t be hard it just tips into the toilet then you’d re insert it if you were stuck in that spot.

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1 year ago
how do you know it's full?

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1 year ago
It’s pretty hard to fill it in a day even with a full flow. I never have.
I just empty it whenever I’m on my toilet give it a wash and re insert it.
If im out all day I wait till I’m home usually and iv never been full.
I use to think it would be super gross but now I cringe at the thought of tampons!!

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1 year ago
How do you know a tampon is full? You don’t you just change it regualarly.

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1 year ago
I change my cup when I wake up and then again when I have a shower at night. It only fills up on the first day. If I ever have to empty in a public toilet I try to use a disable toilet because it has toilet and sink together. I have never had any issues. They are amazing. You totally forget you are wearing them. I highly recommend.

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1 year ago
I could never
It grosses me out
I like idea of throwing it away
Yes im sure its not sustainable, but im not the only one

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1 year ago
To each their own. Its a very intimate decision and I'd never judge anyone for their choice, as I'd hate to be judged for mine :)

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1 year ago
Love them. Also using Modibodi period undies. Love not generating gross rubbish.

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1 year ago
I personally think on days of light flow, they will be ok. Heavy flow days I would still use disposable. I’m just not sure how much liquid the reusable ones can hold.