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(DUDAS) COPA MENTRUAL

COPA MENSTRUAL

  • What size am I?
    In Flow we handle 2 sizes of Menstrual Cup. To choose your size you must: 1. Measure the depth of your vaginal canal to make sure of the length of your cervix. 2. Identify if your period is moderate or heavy. 3. Palpate your vaginal canal and insert your finger to find out your muscle tone and identify if your vaginal canal is narrow or more flexible. Usually, the depth of the vaginal canal varies according to the day of the menstrual period, since the cervix rotates in position. Similarly, the amount of menstrual flow is also fluctuating. For this reason, our highest recommendation is to wear both sizes. However, if you choose one, we recommend you read the following detail: Normal Flow: 15% shorter and easy to put on. Ideal for days of normal flow, girls, young people and mothers who feel that their vaginal canal did not change with childbirth. Fits shallow and medium depth vaginal canals. Capacity: 17.5ml Diameter: 41mm Length: 48mm Stem: 8mm Abundant Flow : 🤍 15% longer, collects more period. Ideal for heavy period days and women with a deeper vaginal canal. Capacity: 22.5ml Diameter: 41mm Length: 56mm Stem: 8mm
  • I'm getting dirty, is it normal?
    Don't worry, it usually happens when the cup gets full or if it's misplaced. If the cup is full, empty it more often. If it is poorly placed, check that the cup has unfolded completely and make sure that the cup is well placed (when you insert your fingers 3 cm you should feel the stick). Run your fingertips around it to make sure it's fully open. If you have the cup on properly and you're still spotting, check to see if your cup is moving too high into the vaginal canal and if it's "dancing" inside. If so, you have discovered that you have a deep vaginal canal and you most likely need the heavy flow cup. Don't be afraid of dripping, it's natural.
  • Can I go to the bathroom while wearing the menstrual cup?
    With your menstrual cup on you can go to the bathroom without any problem, you don't have to remove it to urinate or defecate. Because it is located in your vaginal canal, it does not interfere with either of your other two ducts.
  • Can I use the cup if I have the IUD?
    In most cases you can, as the IUD is placed inside your uterus to help prevent pregnancy, while the menstrual cup is placed in your vagina to collect your menstrual flow. These two parts of the body are separated by the cervix. Even so, we recommend you talk to your gynecologist beforehand to clear up any doubts and check how long the threads of your IUD are. The IUD removal strings are suspended through the cervix and should sit just above your vagina. The menstrual cup sits low in the vagina, so they shouldn't interfere with each other during use. Important: the IUD can be dislodged during the first two months after insertion, especially during menstruation, so it is necessary that before using the cup go to your gynecologist and you can check that the IUD is perfectly in place. Wait at least two menstrual cycles for your IUD to settle in and out before using a menstrual cup or tampon.
  • From what age can I use the cup?
    You can use the cup from your first menstrual period (ideally from the age of 13), but it is important that you know that, like a tampon, it can break your hymen (this depends on each body). If you have doubts, consult your doctor. The most important thing when starting to use it is that you have had the opportunity to see yourself in a mirror, familiarize yourself with your anatomy, recognize the vaginal canal and feel comfortable. Activating an alarm on your cell phone so you don't forget to empty your glass every 8 hours will be the best option to take care of your health and menstruation.
  • What if it falls into the toilet?
    If you drop the cup in the toilet, change it for a new one since any toilet is a bacteria culture and even if you sterilize it, you run the risk of bacteria and infection. Your health first.
  • Does the menstrual cup enlarge my vagina?
    On the contrary, to get it out you must perform vaginal contractions that strengthen your pelvic floor muscles. These exercises will bring many benefits to your life as a couple, when you want to be a mother and have a natural birth and reduce symptoms of incontinence, prolapses and/or urinary dysfunctions.
  • Does copa colic?
    In most cases, a good-quality menstrual cup reduces menstrual cramps, because by being lower than a tampon, and therefore further from the cervix, it produces less pressure on it. Even so, there are certain cases in which an increase in colic has been reported and this can happen: a) If your glass is in the wrong place: in this case, the vacuum produced by the glass may be bothering you when you put it on. Make sure that it fits well and try a different fold when inserting it. b) If you exceed the time of use: in this case, remove it immediately, sterilize it and rest from the cup for a day until the symptoms disappear. c) If your body is rejecting it: in this case, remove your cup and consult your doctor.
  • If I take oral contraceptives, can I use the menstrual cup?
    Yes, you can use your cup without any problem: remember that the menstrual cup does not fulfill the function of contraception and therefore does not protect you from pregnancy, nor should you use it during sexual intercourse.
  • I had a baby recently, can I use the cup?"
    It is not recommended to use any type of internal protection during the postpartum stage. It is advisable to wait at least two months to avoid any type of infection and consult your doctor.
  • About Toxic Shock Syndrome...
    Toxic Shock Syndrome (TSS) is a very serious and even deadly disease caused by the toxin produced by the Staphylococcus aureus bacteria. TSS has been associated with high absorbency of tampons and prolonged use. Symptoms of TSS include fever, diarrhea, vomiting, muscle and joint pain, malaise, rash, and even fainting. If you experience any of these symptoms during your period, remove the menstrual cup or method you are using and seek medical attention immediately. Remember to follow all the hygiene recommendations included in the Manual of Use of your Menstrual Cup, set an alarm on your cell phone to empty and change your cup ideally every 8 hours and buy a good quality cup made of medical grade silicone
  • Where do I insert the cup?
    To identify your vaginal canal, we recommend that you start with an exercise of approaching and recognizing your body. Look in a mirror and identify your holes. You will see that the anus is located in the back of your body (where the 💩 comes out) and then you will find your vagina. Between your vaginal lips you can locate a second hole, larger and quite different from the anus. This is your vaginal canal, where your menstruation comes out 🩸 and babies 👶🏽). Your anatomy is perfect and sacred, so don't be afraid or ashamed to touch and explore yourself. Insert one of your fingers into your vagina, then two, and try to contract your muscles and relax them to familiarize yourself with your anatomy. You can touch and you will see how you will feel it. This phase will prepare you to use the cup more easily. Finally, and closer to your pelvis, you will see a very small hole, which is the urethra, that is, the conduit through which urine passes (the pisss 💦). It is for this reason that when you use the cup, you can poop and pee without having to remove it.
  • My cup smells bad, what do I do?
    The cup should not have any odor and your period should smell like iron, it should never smell bad. In case your cup smells bad: 1. Industrial soaps have chemicals and perfumes that damage the glass and make it take on an unpleasant odor. For this reason, we developed a dermatological soap special for the cup, intimate use, Chinese weights and intimate toys. When you try it you will not change it for any other. We advise you to use the soap for and in case it does not remove the bad smell, change your glass for a new one.2. Make sure you are using a good quality cup made of medical grade silicone. 3. Did you have any vaginal infections during the days before your period? or did you leave the cup more than 12 hours? In this case you should change it. The cup may have helped you identify that you have a vaginal infection. In this case consult your doctor and for prevention change your cup for a new one.
  • Can I use the cup if I have polycystic ovaries?
    Yes, in fact it is highly recommended because polycystic ovaries usually produce very abundant periods, so the cup solves not having to worry about staining and constantly changing, in addition to reducing the amount of periods in most cases.
  • I can't find the cup, can it be lost?
    Don't worry, anatomically it is impossible for the cup to get lost or go somewhere else. So, relax and follow these steps: 1. Wash your hands and nails very well. 2. Open your legs as wide as you can. 3. Bid. breathe. And relax the muscle so that it goes down. You do contraction and then relaxation. 4. Locate it with the stick and pull UN TRIS 5. Then you press down on the base with two of your fingers to break the void. 6. Take it out slowly 7. Empty it, clean it very well with drinking water and the Flow Cleaner (including the holes) 8. Relax, flow and love the new wisdom of your anatomy
  • Sleep? Airplane? Diving?
    -Sleep: Yes, Yes, Yes. Sleep like an angel and the best! NO DIAPER. Say goodbye to stains on the bed. -Airplane: Yes, yes, yes. Change your cup every 8 hours and if the flight is longer, carry a second sterilized cup in your bag. Remember that it is very important to wash the cup with POTABLE water, do not use the plane's bathroom. -Dive: Swim all you want. In pool, river and sea. Caretea. And in case you are going to dive to submerge more than 10mt, consult with your diving instructor, because the least we want is for the cup to be compressed by pressure and for you to have a leak in the sea.
  • My glass is stained, what do I do?
    It's natural for iron to gradually stain your menstrual cup. To remove stains you can submerge the glass for a day in a glass with water (2/3) and hydrogen peroxide (1/3) and it will look like new. You can do this process every 4 months (3 times a year). No more of this. And to take care of it and that it does not continue to discolor, it is important that you do not use industrial soaps. I recommend our sparkling cleanser that is for intimate use and ideal for the cup 💕💫

CAYA DIAFRAGMA

  • What size am I?
    In Flow we handle 2 sizes of Menstrual Cup. To choose your size you must: 1. Measure the depth of your vaginal canal to make sure of the length of your cervix. 2. Identify if your period is moderate or heavy. 3. Palpate your vaginal canal and insert your finger to find out your muscle tone and identify if your vaginal canal is narrow or more flexible. Usually, the depth of the vaginal canal varies according to the day of the menstrual period, since the cervix rotates in position. Similarly, the amount of menstrual flow is also fluctuating. For this reason, our highest recommendation is to wear both sizes. However, if you choose one, we recommend you read the following detail: Normal Flow: 15% shorter and easy to put on. Ideal for days of normal flow, girls, young people and mothers who feel that their vaginal canal did not change with childbirth. Fits shallow and medium depth vaginal canals. Capacity: 17.5ml Diameter: 41mm Length: 48mm Stem: 8mm Abundant Flow : 🤍 15% longer, collects more period. Ideal for heavy period days and women with a deeper vaginal canal. Capacity: 22.5ml Diameter: 41mm Length: 56mm Stem: 8mm
  • I'm getting dirty, is it normal?
    Don't worry, it usually happens when the cup gets full or if it's misplaced. If the cup is full, empty it more often. If it is poorly placed, check that the cup has unfolded completely and make sure that the cup is well placed (when you insert your fingers 3 cm you should feel the stick). Run your fingertips around it to make sure it's fully open. If you have the cup on properly and you're still spotting, check to see if your cup is moving too high into the vaginal canal and if it's "dancing" inside. If so, you have discovered that you have a deep vaginal canal and you most likely need the heavy flow cup. Don't be afraid of dripping, it's natural.
  • Can I go to the bathroom while wearing the menstrual cup?
    With your menstrual cup on you can go to the bathroom without any problem, you don't have to remove it to urinate or defecate. Because it is located in your vaginal canal, it does not interfere with either of your other two ducts.
  • Can I use the cup if I have the IUD?
    In most cases you can, as the IUD is placed inside your uterus to help prevent pregnancy, while the menstrual cup is placed in your vagina to collect your menstrual flow. These two parts of the body are separated by the cervix. Even so, we recommend you talk to your gynecologist beforehand to clear up any doubts and check how long the threads of your IUD are. The IUD removal strings are suspended through the cervix and should sit just above your vagina. The menstrual cup sits low in the vagina, so they shouldn't interfere with each other during use. Important: the IUD can be dislodged during the first two months after insertion, especially during menstruation, so it is necessary that before using the cup go to your gynecologist and you can check that the IUD is perfectly in place. Wait at least two menstrual cycles for your IUD to settle in and out before using a menstrual cup or tampon.
  • From what age can I use the cup?
    You can use the cup from your first menstrual period (ideally from the age of 13), but it is important that you know that, like a tampon, it can break your hymen (this depends on each body). If you have doubts, consult your doctor. The most important thing when starting to use it is that you have had the opportunity to see yourself in a mirror, familiarize yourself with your anatomy, recognize the vaginal canal and feel comfortable. Activating an alarm on your cell phone so you don't forget to empty your glass every 8 hours will be the best option to take care of your health and menstruation.
  • What if it falls into the toilet?
    If you drop the cup in the toilet, change it for a new one since any toilet is a bacteria culture and even if you sterilize it, you run the risk of bacteria and infection. Your health first.
  • Does the menstrual cup enlarge my vagina?
    On the contrary, to get it out you must perform vaginal contractions that strengthen your pelvic floor muscles. These exercises will bring many benefits to your life as a couple, when you want to be a mother and have a natural birth and reduce symptoms of incontinence, prolapses and/or urinary dysfunctions.
  • Does copa colic?
    In most cases, a good-quality menstrual cup reduces menstrual cramps, because by being lower than a tampon, and therefore further from the cervix, it produces less pressure on it. Even so, there are certain cases in which an increase in colic has been reported and this can happen: a) If your glass is in the wrong place: in this case, the vacuum produced by the glass may be bothering you when you put it on. Make sure that it fits well and try a different fold when inserting it. b) If you exceed the time of use: in this case, remove it immediately, sterilize it and rest from the cup for a day until the symptoms disappear. c) If your body is rejecting it: in this case, remove your cup and consult your doctor.
  • If I take oral contraceptives, can I use the menstrual cup?
    Yes, you can use your cup without any problem: remember that the menstrual cup does not fulfill the function of contraception and therefore does not protect you from pregnancy, nor should you use it during sexual intercourse.
  • I had a baby recently, can I use the cup?"
    It is not recommended to use any type of internal protection during the postpartum stage. It is advisable to wait at least two months to avoid any type of infection and consult your doctor.
  • About Toxic Shock Syndrome...
    Toxic Shock Syndrome (TSS) is a very serious and even deadly disease caused by the toxin produced by the Staphylococcus aureus bacteria. TSS has been associated with high absorbency of tampons and prolonged use. Symptoms of TSS include fever, diarrhea, vomiting, muscle and joint pain, malaise, rash, and even fainting. If you experience any of these symptoms during your period, remove the menstrual cup or method you are using and seek medical attention immediately. Remember to follow all the hygiene recommendations included in the Manual of Use of your Menstrual Cup, set an alarm on your cell phone to empty and change your cup ideally every 8 hours and buy a good quality cup made of medical grade silicone
  • Where do I insert the cup?
    To identify your vaginal canal, we recommend that you start with an exercise of approaching and recognizing your body. Look in a mirror and identify your holes. You will see that the anus is located in the back of your body (where the 💩 comes out) and then you will find your vagina. Between your vaginal lips you can locate a second hole, larger and quite different from the anus. This is your vaginal canal, where your menstruation comes out 🩸 and babies 👶🏽). Your anatomy is perfect and sacred, so don't be afraid or ashamed to touch and explore yourself. Insert one of your fingers into your vagina, then two, and try to contract your muscles and relax them to familiarize yourself with your anatomy. You can touch and you will see how you will feel it. This phase will prepare you to use the cup more easily. Finally, and closer to your pelvis, you will see a very small hole, which is the urethra, that is, the conduit through which urine passes (the pisss 💦). It is for this reason that when you use the cup, you can poop and pee without having to remove it.
  • My cup smells bad, what do I do?
    The cup should not have any odor and your period should smell like iron, it should never smell bad. In case your cup smells bad: 1. Industrial soaps have chemicals and perfumes that damage the glass and make it take on an unpleasant odor. For this reason, we developed a dermatological soap special for the cup, intimate use, Chinese weights and intimate toys. When you try it you will not change it for any other. We advise you to use the soap for and in case it does not remove the bad smell, change your glass for a new one.2. Make sure you are using a good quality cup made of medical grade silicone. 3. Did you have any vaginal infections during the days before your period? or did you leave the cup more than 12 hours? In this case you should change it. The cup may have helped you identify that you have a vaginal infection. In this case consult your doctor and for prevention change your cup for a new one.
  • Can I use the cup if I have polycystic ovaries?
    Yes, in fact it is highly recommended because polycystic ovaries usually produce very abundant periods, so the cup solves not having to worry about staining and constantly changing, in addition to reducing the amount of periods in most cases.
  • I can't find the cup, can it be lost?
    Don't worry, anatomically it is impossible for the cup to get lost or go somewhere else. So, relax and follow these steps: 1. Wash your hands and nails very well. 2. Open your legs as wide as you can. 3. Bid. breathe. And relax the muscle so that it goes down. You do contraction and then relaxation. 4. Locate it with the stick and pull UN TRIS 5. Then you press down on the base with two of your fingers to break the void. 6. Take it out slowly 7. Empty it, clean it very well with drinking water and the Flow Cleaner (including the holes) 8. Relax, flow and love the new wisdom of your anatomy
  • Sleep? Airplane? Diving?
    -Sleep: Yes, Yes, Yes. Sleep like an angel and the best! NO DIAPER. Say goodbye to stains on the bed. -Airplane: Yes, yes, yes. Change your cup every 8 hours and if the flight is longer, carry a second sterilized cup in your bag. Remember that it is very important to wash the cup with POTABLE water, do not use the plane's bathroom. -Dive: Swim all you want. In pool, river and sea. Caretea. And in case you are going to dive to submerge more than 10mt, consult with your diving instructor, because the least we want is for the cup to be compressed by pressure and for you to have a leak in the sea.
  • My glass is stained, what do I do?
    It's natural for iron to gradually stain your menstrual cup. To remove stains you can submerge the glass for a day in a glass with water (2/3) and hydrogen peroxide (1/3) and it will look like new. You can do this process every 4 months (3 times a year). No more of this. And to take care of it and that it does not continue to discolor, it is important that you do not use industrial soaps. I recommend our sparkling cleanser that is for intimate use and ideal for the cup 💕💫
(DUDAS) DIAFRAGMA

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  • What size am I?
    In Flow we handle 2 sizes of Menstrual Cup. To choose your size you must: 1. Measure the depth of your vaginal canal to make sure of the length of your cervix. 2. Identify if your period is moderate or heavy. 3. Palpate your vaginal canal and insert your finger to find out your muscle tone and identify if your vaginal canal is narrow or more flexible. Usually, the depth of the vaginal canal varies according to the day of the menstrual period, since the cervix rotates in position. Similarly, the amount of menstrual flow is also fluctuating. For this reason, our highest recommendation is to wear both sizes. However, if you choose one, we recommend you read the following detail: Normal Flow: 15% shorter and easy to put on. Ideal for days of normal flow, girls, young people and mothers who feel that their vaginal canal did not change with childbirth. Fits shallow and medium depth vaginal canals. Capacity: 17.5ml Diameter: 41mm Length: 48mm Stem: 8mm Abundant Flow : 🤍 15% longer, collects more period. Ideal for heavy period days and women with a deeper vaginal canal. Capacity: 22.5ml Diameter: 41mm Length: 56mm Stem: 8mm
  • I'm getting dirty, is it normal?
    Don't worry, it usually happens when the cup gets full or if it's misplaced. If the cup is full, empty it more often. If it is poorly placed, check that the cup has unfolded completely and make sure that the cup is well placed (when you insert your fingers 3 cm you should feel the stick). Run your fingertips around it to make sure it's fully open. If you have the cup on properly and you're still spotting, check to see if your cup is moving too high into the vaginal canal and if it's "dancing" inside. If so, you have discovered that you have a deep vaginal canal and you most likely need the heavy flow cup. Don't be afraid of dripping, it's natural.
  • Can I go to the bathroom while wearing the menstrual cup?
    With your menstrual cup on you can go to the bathroom without any problem, you don't have to remove it to urinate or defecate. Because it is located in your vaginal canal, it does not interfere with either of your other two ducts.
  • Can I use the cup if I have the IUD?
    In most cases you can, as the IUD is placed inside your uterus to help prevent pregnancy, while the menstrual cup is placed in your vagina to collect your menstrual flow. These two parts of the body are separated by the cervix. Even so, we recommend you talk to your gynecologist beforehand to clear up any doubts and check how long the threads of your IUD are. The IUD removal strings are suspended through the cervix and should sit just above your vagina. The menstrual cup sits low in the vagina, so they shouldn't interfere with each other during use. Important: the IUD can be dislodged during the first two months after insertion, especially during menstruation, so it is necessary that before using the cup go to your gynecologist and you can check that the IUD is perfectly in place. Wait at least two menstrual cycles for your IUD to settle in and out before using a menstrual cup or tampon.
  • From what age can I use the cup?
    You can use the cup from your first menstrual period (ideally from the age of 13), but it is important that you know that, like a tampon, it can break your hymen (this depends on each body). If you have doubts, consult your doctor. The most important thing when starting to use it is that you have had the opportunity to see yourself in a mirror, familiarize yourself with your anatomy, recognize the vaginal canal and feel comfortable. Activating an alarm on your cell phone so you don't forget to empty your glass every 8 hours will be the best option to take care of your health and menstruation.
  • What if it falls into the toilet?
    If you drop the cup in the toilet, change it for a new one since any toilet is a bacteria culture and even if you sterilize it, you run the risk of bacteria and infection. Your health first.
  • Does the menstrual cup enlarge my vagina?
    On the contrary, to get it out you must perform vaginal contractions that strengthen your pelvic floor muscles. These exercises will bring many benefits to your life as a couple, when you want to be a mother and have a natural birth and reduce symptoms of incontinence, prolapses and/or urinary dysfunctions.
  • Does copa colic?
    In most cases, a good-quality menstrual cup reduces menstrual cramps, because by being lower than a tampon, and therefore further from the cervix, it produces less pressure on it. Even so, there are certain cases in which an increase in colic has been reported and this can happen: a) If your glass is in the wrong place: in this case, the vacuum produced by the glass may be bothering you when you put it on. Make sure that it fits well and try a different fold when inserting it. b) If you exceed the time of use: in this case, remove it immediately, sterilize it and rest from the cup for a day until the symptoms disappear. c) If your body is rejecting it: in this case, remove your cup and consult your doctor.
  • If I take oral contraceptives, can I use the menstrual cup?
    Yes, you can use your cup without any problem: remember that the menstrual cup does not fulfill the function of contraception and therefore does not protect you from pregnancy, nor should you use it during sexual intercourse.
  • I had a baby recently, can I use the cup?"
    It is not recommended to use any type of internal protection during the postpartum stage. It is advisable to wait at least two months to avoid any type of infection and consult your doctor.
  • About Toxic Shock Syndrome...
    Toxic Shock Syndrome (TSS) is a very serious and even deadly disease caused by the toxin produced by the Staphylococcus aureus bacteria. TSS has been associated with high absorbency of tampons and prolonged use. Symptoms of TSS include fever, diarrhea, vomiting, muscle and joint pain, malaise, rash, and even fainting. If you experience any of these symptoms during your period, remove the menstrual cup or method you are using and seek medical attention immediately. Remember to follow all the hygiene recommendations included in the Manual of Use of your Menstrual Cup, set an alarm on your cell phone to empty and change your cup ideally every 8 hours and buy a good quality cup made of medical grade silicone
  • Where do I insert the cup?
    To identify your vaginal canal, we recommend that you start with an exercise of approaching and recognizing your body. Look in a mirror and identify your holes. You will see that the anus is located in the back of your body (where the 💩 comes out) and then you will find your vagina. Between your vaginal lips you can locate a second hole, larger and quite different from the anus. This is your vaginal canal, where your menstruation comes out 🩸 and babies 👶🏽). Your anatomy is perfect and sacred, so don't be afraid or ashamed to touch and explore yourself. Insert one of your fingers into your vagina, then two, and try to contract your muscles and relax them to familiarize yourself with your anatomy. You can touch and you will see how you will feel it. This phase will prepare you to use the cup more easily. Finally, and closer to your pelvis, you will see a very small hole, which is the urethra, that is, the conduit through which urine passes (the pisss 💦). It is for this reason that when you use the cup, you can poop and pee without having to remove it.
  • My cup smells bad, what do I do?
    The cup should not have any odor and your period should smell like iron, it should never smell bad. In case your cup smells bad: 1. Industrial soaps have chemicals and perfumes that damage the glass and make it take on an unpleasant odor. For this reason, we developed a dermatological soap special for the cup, intimate use, Chinese weights and intimate toys. When you try it you will not change it for any other. We advise you to use the soap for and in case it does not remove the bad smell, change your glass for a new one.2. Make sure you are using a good quality cup made of medical grade silicone. 3. Did you have any vaginal infections during the days before your period? or did you leave the cup more than 12 hours? In this case you should change it. The cup may have helped you identify that you have a vaginal infection. In this case consult your doctor and for prevention change your cup for a new one.
  • Can I use the cup if I have polycystic ovaries?
    Yes, in fact it is highly recommended because polycystic ovaries usually produce very abundant periods, so the cup solves not having to worry about staining and constantly changing, in addition to reducing the amount of periods in most cases.
  • I can't find the cup, can it be lost?
    Don't worry, anatomically it is impossible for the cup to get lost or go somewhere else. So, relax and follow these steps: 1. Wash your hands and nails very well. 2. Open your legs as wide as you can. 3. Bid. breathe. And relax the muscle so that it goes down. You do contraction and then relaxation. 4. Locate it with the stick and pull UN TRIS 5. Then you press down on the base with two of your fingers to break the void. 6. Take it out slowly 7. Empty it, clean it very well with drinking water and the Flow Cleaner (including the holes) 8. Relax, flow and love the new wisdom of your anatomy
  • Sleep? Airplane? Diving?
    -Sleep: Yes, Yes, Yes. Sleep like an angel and the best! NO DIAPER. Say goodbye to stains on the bed. -Airplane: Yes, yes, yes. Change your cup every 8 hours and if the flight is longer, carry a second sterilized cup in your bag. Remember that it is very important to wash the cup with POTABLE water, do not use the plane's bathroom. -Dive: Swim all you want. In pool, river and sea. Caretea. And in case you are going to dive to submerge more than 10mt, consult with your diving instructor, because the least we want is for the cup to be compressed by pressure and for you to have a leak in the sea.
  • My glass is stained, what do I do?
    It's natural for iron to gradually stain your menstrual cup. To remove stains you can submerge the glass for a day in a glass with water (2/3) and hydrogen peroxide (1/3) and it will look like new. You can do this process every 4 months (3 times a year). No more of this. And to take care of it and that it does not continue to discolor, it is important that you do not use industrial soaps. I recommend our sparkling cleanser that is for intimate use and ideal for the cup 💕💫

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