Menstruation affects millions of women each month
all over the world. This biological action is common. The
majority of girls in lower and middle-income nations
struggle to adjust to their monthly period because of
societal pressures and a lack of advice, despite the fact
that it is the most common biological activity.
A Pre-experimental research design was conducted
among 50 female undergraduate students of Sharda
University Greater Noida, India. The participants were
recruited by adopting purposive sampling technique.
Data was obtained by self-administered questionnaire
There was a statistically significant (p<0.001)
difference found in the mean knowledge and attitude
Menstrual cups available for many years, still uses
are very low. One of the main causes of poor uses is the
lack of knowledge in maintaining hygiene of the cup. By
providing appropriate knowledge regarding menstrual
cup will help to increase the adaptability of menstrual
cup without causing any harm.
Keywords : Menstrual Cup, Menstrual Hygiene, Knowledge, Attitude.