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Merula Menstrual Cup Fox 38ml

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  • Made out of 100% medical-grade silicone
  • Ecological, economical and comfortable
  • The right fit for every type of woman
  • Better for you, better for the environment

The Merula Cup fox excels by its bright orange. The little pouch is made of an elegant grey cotton, decorated with cute little foxes in various poses. The foxes and the ribbon to close the pouch perfectly match the colour of the cup. You can keep the Merula Cup fox safe and airy in the cotton pouch between your periods. 

 

What is a menstrual cup? A menstrual cup is a small flexible cup made of silicone, TPE or rubber that is folded and inserted like a tampon to collect the menstrual fluid from there. It opens out again inside the body and creates a leak-proof seal. A slight vacuum and the pelvic floor muscles keep it fixed in position. After a period of time, but no longer than 8 hours, the cup is taken out, the contents are emptied into the toilet and the cup is then cleaned. The cup can then be inserted again. A new attitude towards life! Very many women feel restricted by their period to a lesser or greater degree in their daily life. 

 

A menstrual cup can provide great relief here and even solve the problem completely. If several of the following apply to you, the cup could be the right choice for you: 

  • Tampons feel uncomfortable and I find them difficult to insert or remove
  • My bleeding is too little for tampons but I don’t want to use a panty liner
  • I suffer from vaginal dryness
  • I don’t want to always have to think about buying supplies of tampons and sanitary napkins
  • I don’t want to continue to burden the environment with disposable articles
  • I find the smell of used tampons or sanitary napkins very unpleasant
  • I would like not to have to dispose of tampons and sanitary napkins in other people’s waste bins

Insertion & Removal: Push the rim of the Merula Cup at one point in direction to the inner bottom and fold the whole cup. As you do so, the cup becomes smaller and it is easier to insert. You can wet the cup or use a water-based lubricant. Insert the folded cup and make sure that the rim opens again when inside. The bottom of the cup can stay collapsed. If the cup leaks, try to correct its position. The cup does not have to be inserted as deep as a tampon. For removal, press the cup slightly downwards and hold the stem. Move the cup downwards, with slow zigzag movements, until you can reach the bottom. Press the bottom in order to remove the light suction. Now, you can remove the cup completely and clean it. 

Cleaning: Boil the cup before the first use and after every menstruation. Use water with a pinch of vinegar in a Merula Cupscup or in a microwave and boil the cup for at least 5 minutes. After every removal, empty the cup into the toilet and clean it thoroughly with running water. In order to prevent staining, rinse the cup with cold water first. Disinfect the menstrual cup every time you change. Keep the cup always in a container that is permeable to air, such as the bag that is delivered with Merula. Well maintained, a single cup can be used for several years. If the silicone begins to deteriorate, throw it away and buy a new one. Slight staining due to frequent use is normal.

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