Menstrual Cup


MEDIPOLYMER make menstrual cup is Suitable for women who have medium build or given birth to a child or women up to the age above 30 years. Menstrual Cup is a bell-shaped device worn inside the vagina during menstruation to collect menstrual fluid. Menstrual Cup provides a viable alternative to sanitary napkins, tampons, sanitary towels, sanitary pads, cloth menstrual pads and disposable sanitary pads.

The reusable menstrual Cup is the most attractive alternatives to other feminine hygiene products. Reusable menstrual Cup gives you 12-hour wear time as well as comfort and convenience during your period. Menstrual Cup has a life expectancy of at least 10 years, if maintained correctly. Try it and you will see how it fits into your busy life!

The most modern intimate hygiene product for girls and women.
A menstrual Cup offers many advantages: sleep well, visit the pharmacy less, hold more liquid, ward off rashes, less changing, save money, get an extra five hours in between changes, suffer less leaks, and decrease your chances of Toxic shock syndrome (TSS).

Reusable Menstrual Cup is an ideal menstrual aid for all kinds of sports, travelling, swimming, cycling, diving, trekking, caving, dancing, climbing, bowling, walking, driving, sitting, sleeping or common daily usage.

How it Works
Please follow some simple, easy-to follow directions to make your Menstrual Cup experience as comfortable as the cup is to wear.

Fold Option 1
“U Fold“: Press the sides of the cup together and then fold it in half again forming a tight “U” shape.

Fold Option 2
“Push Down“: Place a finger on the top rim of the cup and press it down into the center of the inside base to form a triangle. This makes the top rim much smaller to insert.

Step 2: Hold
Hold the folded sides firmly in place between your thumb and forefinger so that the curved edge is facing away from your palm (or so that the stem is facing your palm).

Step 3: Insert
In a comfortable position and with your vaginal muscles relaxed, gently separate the labia with your free hand and then push the curved edge of the folded Menstrual Cup horizontally into the vaginal opening so that the tip of the stem is no further than a 1/2 inch (1.27 cm) into the vagina. Inserting The Menstrual Cup too high in the vaginal canal may cause leaks, and may also make removal more difficult.

Not sure where to find your labia or vaginal opening? Visit our All Things Period page for a brief overview on vaginal anatomy.

Step 4: Seal and Rotate
Grip the base of the cup (not the stem) and turn the cup one full rotation (360 degrees) in either direction or insert the cup about half way, turn the cup one full rotation and then push it horizontally in the rest of the way. The Menstrual Cup must rotate easily as this ensures that it is fully open and that it is positioned horizontally towards your tailbone.

Step 5: Removal
To remove, pull gently on the stem of The Menstrual Cup until you can reach the base of the cup. Pinch the base of the cup to release the seal and continue to pull down to remove it. After the cup has been removed, empty the contents in the toilet, wash The Menstrual Cup well with warm water or a mild unscented water-based (oil-free) soap, and reinsert.

When to Empty
The Menstrual Cup must be emptied, washed and reinserted at least 2 times a day (twice in a 24 hour period) and can be worn overnight without concern of leaking. Most women need only to empty it in the morning and again in the evening.

By monitoring the fullness of the cup over a couple of cycles, you will quickly learn how often to empty it according to your specific needs. Most women find that the cup is not even half full after 12 hours. For those with heavier flows, the cup is simply emptied more often. If you have a fairly regular cycle, you may insert The Menstrual Cup right before your period to avoid spotting.

Before you first use your Menstrual cup, you can boil or clean it thoroughly with sterilising solution.
Take Your Time. The menstrual cup will last for years so there's no rush to get it right. Try it first when you're relaxed and at home. Some prefer to practice inserting and removing it when they're not on their period. You may get the knack first time but on average it can take up to 3 periods to get used to it.

If you're feeling frustrated or tense just put it away and come back to it another time. While you gain confidence, you can wear a back-up pad. You might get some leaking at the beginning while you're practicing.