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Sirona Reusable Menstrual Cup Large & Menstrual Cup Sterilizer

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Specfications

Brand
: Sirona
Type
: Menstrual Cups
Sustainable
: Regular

Description

Combo Set of Menstrual Cup and SterilizerSpecial Features:Menstrual CupEcofriendlyFDA approvedMenstrual Cup SterilizerBPA FreeBenefits:Menstrual CupSoft materialOdourlessNo rashes & leakage8-10 hours protectionMenstrual Cup SterilizerIt kills up to 99% germs and bacteria in just 3 minutesLeave your menstrual cup perfectly disinfected and ready to be stored till the next cycleQuick & easy to useCompact & light weightHow-to-UseMenstrual CupWash your hands and cup well with warm waterPress the sides of the cup together, then fold it in half againHold the folded sides firmly between your thumb and forefingerRelax, gently separate the labia with your free hand and then push the curved edge of the folded cup into the vaginal openingDepending on the flow empty the cup 2-5 times dailyWash your hands well with warm water and soap.Pull gently on the stem until you can reach the base of the cupPinch the base of the cup to release the seal and continue to pull down to removeSimply empty the contents in the toilet, wash it well with warm water and re-insert/store safely till next cycle. Menstrual Cup SterilizerPour 5 ml water in the water holding area of the sterilizer. (Use the cover as a measuring cup)Place your menstrual cup (upside down) over the water holding area and put on the coverPlug-in the sterilizer and push the power button for turning it on. (Check the indicator light)It will steam sterilize for 2-3 minutes, post which power will cut-off automaticallyOpen the cover when it's cooled down.Note: If the menstrual cup causes discomfort or leaks, then you have not positioned it properly. The menstrual cup can be used safely at night. The menstrual cup retains a minimum of 0.5-20 ml of menstrual blood. The menstrual cup won't deflower you.The menstrual cup is not a contraceptive