Date: 2003-10-21 19:28 (UTC)
People seem to disagree with the textbooks about how much blood is typical during a period, the medical books always saying much less than what many people seem to estimate for themselves. It srikes me that with a mooncup you'd be able to get a better idea than if the blood were absorbed. Not, of course, that that'd be a reason for using it or otherwise, but I wonder if it alters people's ideas about how much blood is involved, or could perhaps be ammunition toward altering the books? (I imagine it's a figure that's passed down from book to book without much thought).
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