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Funnel shaped silicone menstrual cup lying on top of a navy-blue dotted bag

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Menstrual cup

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Reusable

Safe material

Functionality

Funnel shaped

100% certified medical silicone

It is inserted into the vagina, where it forms a seal against the vaginal walls and collects blood flow, preventing leaks

Why choose a menstrual cup?
Menstrual cups contain no chemicals or toxins, hold a large volume of liquid (about 2-3 regular tampons), and have no negative effects on vaginal pH or beneficial bacteria. The cup collects fluid instead of absorbing it, which means it does not cause dryness, potentially preventing irritations.

Depending on flow, cups can be worn for up to 12 hours, making them very convenient.
How to choose a cup?
Cups come in a variety of sizes and firmness levels. Size 1 (small) is generally recommended for women under 30, who have not given birth either vaginally or by c-section. Size 2 (large) is recommended for women over 30 or women who have had a baby.
Soft cup vs Firm cup
Soft cups are generally more comfortable, as they do not apply any pressure on vaginal walls, and they are easier to take out. They may be a better option for somebody who is trying out a cup for the first time. Soft cups, however, may be a little bit harder to open inside, and can require a little help (slightly pushing against your vaginal wall with a finger, or rotating the cup).

Firm cups open quickly and easily, stay in place better during high intensity activities, and may be ideal for athletic women with strong pelvic floor muscles. They could be more difficult to take out, since they don't bend as easily.

A menstrual cup should not feel uncomfortable. If you experience any discomfit and you are sure you inserted the cup properly, you may need a different size or firmness.
How to use a menstrual cup?
Sanitize your cup at the begging and end of each period. You can do this by boiling it for a few minutes.


1. Wash your hands thoroughly before handling the cup (removing or inserting)


2. Fold the cup rim in half and insert it into your vagina as you would a tampon. There are many different folds available, experiment with a few to see which one works best.

3. Make sure the cup opens completely (you can do this by running a finger around the rim of the cup). Make sure the cup is sitting under your cervix.

I would recommend 'finding' your cervix with a finger, to understand where it is positioned, what it is, and what it feels like.

4. Empty the cup into the toilet, wash with warm/hot water and gentle (vagina safe) soap. Re-insert.

When removing, pinch the bottom of the cup between two fingers to release suction, and pull out. If you can't easily reach the bottom, you can use the stem to gently bring the cup lower, or bear down (push like you would when pooping), to move the cup lower.

Make sure to change and wash your cup at least every 12 hours. Sanitize at the end of your period before storing. Store in the cotton bag it comes with, or any breathable bag of your choice.
Can the cup get lost in the vagina, or travel into the uterus?
A menstrual cup cannot get lost inside the vagina. There is nowhere for it to go. The vaginal canal ends at the cervix, and on average is about 7-10cm when unstimulated. Moreover your cervix can be even lower during your period. The cup cannot go upwards into your uterus – it would get blocked by the cervix.
What do I do if the stem of the cup is causing discomfort?
If the stem of the cup is too close to your vaginal opening, or causes you any discomfort during wearing, simply trim it slightly until it becomes a comfortable length. You can cut it off completely, if you prefer, but I would not recommend that for anyone who is not used to menstrual cups, since the stem can help with removal.
Why choose a menstrual cup?
Menstrual cups contain no chemicals or toxins, hold a large volume of liquid (about 2-3 regular tampons), and have no negative effects on vaginal pH or beneficial bacteria. The cup collects fluid instead of absorbing it, which means it does not cause dryness, potentially preventing irritations.

Depending on flow, cups can be worn for up to 12 hours, making them very convenient.
How to choose a cup?
Cups come in a variety of sizes and firmness levels. Size 1 (small) is generally recommended for women under 30, who have not given birth either vaginally or by c-section. Size 2 (large) is recommended for women over 30 or women who have had a baby.
Soft cup vs Firm cup
Soft cups are generally more comfortable, as they do not apply any pressure on vaginal walls, and they are easier to take out. They may be a better option for somebody who is trying out a cup for the first time. Soft cups, however, may be a little bit harder to open inside, and can require a little help (slightly pushing against your vaginal wall with a finger, or rotating the cup).

Firm cups open quickly and easily, stay in place better during high intensity activities, and may be ideal for athletic women with strong pelvic floor muscles. They could be more difficult to take out, since they don't bend as easily.

A menstrual cup should not feel uncomfortable. If you experience any discomfit and you are sure you inserted the cup properly, you may need a different size or firmness.
How to use a menstrual cup?
Sanitize your cup at the begging and end of each period. You can do this by boiling it for a few minutes.


1. Wash your hands thoroughly before handling the cup (removing or inserting)


2. Fold the cup rim in half and insert it into your vagina as you would a tampon. There are many different folds available, experiment with a few to see which one works best.

3. Make sure the cup opens completely (you can do this by running a finger around the rim of the cup). Make sure the cup is sitting under your cervix.

I would recommend 'finding' your cervix with a finger, to understand where it is positioned, what it is, and what it feels like.

4. Empty the cup into the toilet, wash with warm/hot water and gentle (vagina safe) soap. Re-insert.

When removing, pinch the bottom of the cup between two fingers to release suction, and pull out. If you can't easily reach the bottom, you can use the stem to gently bring the cup lower, or bear down (push like you would when pooping), to move the cup lower.

Make sure to change and wash your cup at least every 12 hours. Sanitize at the end of your period before storing. Store in the cotton bag it comes with, or any breathable bag of your choice.
Can the cup get lost in the vagina, or travel into the uterus?
A menstrual cup cannot get lost inside the vagina. There is nowhere for it to go. The vaginal canal ends at the cervix, and on average is about 7-10cm when unstimulated. Moreover your cervix can be even lower during your period. The cup cannot go upwards into your uterus – it would get blocked by the cervix.
What do I do if the stem of the cup is causing discomfort?
If the stem of the cup is too close to your vaginal opening, or causes you any discomfort during wearing, simply trim it slightly until it becomes a comfortable length. You can cut it off completely, if you prefer, but I would not recommend that for anyone who is not used to menstrual cups, since the stem can help with removal.
Bamboolik - Menstrual cup
18.90
Your sizing

We offer two Cup sizes and two types of firmness. That gives you 4 options in total.

Smaller or larger?

We recommend the smaller Cup for women and young girls who haven't had a baby yet. It has a diameter of 4 cm.

Larger Cup is for women who've already had a baby. It doesn't matter whether the delivery was natural or you had a C-section. Diameter of 4,5 cm.

Firm or soft?

Soft Cup is great for sensitive women. It folds more easily.

Firm Cup, on the other hand, unfolds almost immediately and stays firmly put from the very beginning. We would also recommend the Firm Cup to women who exercise a lot (due to strong pelvic floor muscles).

Composition:

Menstrual Cup: 100% medical silicone

Small bag: 100% cotton