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  • Safety Information:

    Toxic Shock Syndrome (TSS) is a rare but very serious (possibly fatal) illness that can occur in men, women and children. It is caused by toxin (a kind of biological poison) that is produced by a type of bacteria (Staphylococcus aureus) that is frequently present in humans. The reported risk is higher in women under 30 years of age and teenage girls. The indicate of TSS is estimated to be between 1 and 17 cases of TSS per 100,000 menstruating women and girls per year. TSS can be fatal and must therefore be recognized and treated early. The symptoms of TSS can appear suddenly during or just after menstruation and they closely resemble the flu. The symptoms below will not all necessarily occur at the same time: sudden high fever (usually 39°C or more) and vomiting, diarrhoea, fainting, or near fainting when standing up, dizziness, rash that looks like sunburn, other signs include aching of muscles and joints, redness of the eyes, sore throat, weakness. Consult a doctor if the symptoms of TSS occur and immediately remove the menstrual cup as a precaution if you are menstruating. If you had TSS before then you should consult a doctor before using the menstrual cups in future.

    Ingredients:

    Medical Grade Silicone

    Directions:

    When to wash? During your cycle, you can just wash the menstrual cup with water and gentle unscented soap. However, when you are inserting it for the first time at the beginning of your next cycle, you must sterilize the cup. When to boil? For sterilizing the cup, you can simply put the cup in a pot of boiling water for 3 to 5 minutes. Make sure, there is a decent amount of water in the pot. You can also alternatively boil it in a microwave. How to remove menstrual cup? Removing the cup is definitely much less complicated. All you have to do is squat or sit on the toilet and use your index finger or any finger with the thumb to pull the cup out. Remember when you do take the cup out, you need to angle the menstrual cup sideways to take out one half of the cup first followed by the other half ensuring the blood doesn’t fall out of the cup.

    Legal Disclaimer:

    Legal Disclaimer: Toxic Shock Syndrome (TSS) is a rare but very serious (possibly fatal) illness that can occur in men, women, and children. It is caused by a toxin (a kind of biological poison) that is produced by a type of bacteria (Staphylococcus aureus) that is frequently present in humans. The reported risk is higher in women under 30 years of age and teenage girls. The indicate of TSS is estimated to be between 1 and 17 cases of TSS per 100,000 menstruating women and girls per year. TSS can be fatal and must, therefore, be recognized and treated early. Consult a doctor if the symptoms of TSS occur and immediately remove the menstrual cup as a precaution if you are menstruating. If you had TSS before then you should consult a doctor before using the menstrual cups in the future.

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  • Safety Information:

    Toxic Shock Syndrome (TSS) is a rare but very serious (possibly fatal) illness that can occur in men, women and children. It is caused by toxin (a kind of biological poison) that is produced by a type of bacteria (Staphylococcus aureus) that is frequently present in humans. The reported risk is higher in women under 30 years of age and teenage girls. The indicate of TSS is estimated to be between 1 and 17 cases of TSS per 100,000 menstruating women and girls per year. TSS can be fatal and must therefore be recognized and treated early. The symptoms of TSS can appear suddenly during or just after menstruation and they closely resemble the flu. The symptoms below will not all necessarily occur at the same time: sudden high fever (usually 39°C or more) and vomiting, diarrhoea, fainting, or near fainting when standing up, dizziness, rash that looks like sunburn, other signs include aching of muscles and joints, redness of the eyes, sore throat, weakness. Consult a doctor if the symptoms of TSS occur and immediately remove the menstrual cup as a precaution if you are menstruating. If you had TSS before then you should consult a doctor before using the menstrual cups in future.

    Ingredients:

    Medical Grade Silicone

    Directions:

    When to wash? During your cycle, you can just wash the menstrual cup with water and gentle unscented soap. However, when you are inserting it for the first time at the beginning of your next cycle, you must sterilize the cup. When to boil? For sterilizing the cup, you can simply put the cup in a pot of boiling water for 3 to 5 minutes. Make sure, there is a decent amount of water in the pot. You can also alternatively boil it in a microwave. How to remove menstrual cup? Removing the cup is definitely much less complicated. All you have to do is squat or sit on the toilet and use your index finger or any finger with the thumb to pull the cup out. Remember when you do take the cup out, you need to angle the menstrual cup sideways to take out one half of the cup first followed by the other half ensuring the blood doesn’t fall out of the cup.

    Legal Disclaimer:

    Legal Disclaimer: Toxic Shock Syndrome (TSS) is a rare but very serious (possibly fatal) illness that can occur in men, women, and children. It is caused by a toxin (a kind of biological poison) that is produced by a type of bacteria (Staphylococcus aureus) that is frequently present in humans. The reported risk is higher in women under 30 years of age and teenage girls. The indicate of TSS is estimated to be between 1 and 17 cases of TSS per 100,000 menstruating women and girls per year. TSS can be fatal and must, therefore, be recognized and treated early. Consult a doctor if the symptoms of TSS occur and immediately remove the menstrual cup as a precaution if you are menstruating. If you had TSS before then you should consult a doctor before using the menstrual cups in the future.

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  • Safety Information:

    Toxic Shock Syndrome (TSS) is a rare but very serious (possibly fatal) illness that can occur in men, women and children. It is caused by toxin (a kind of biological poison) that is produced by a type of bacteria (Staphylococcus aureus) that is frequently present in humans. The reported risk is higher in women under 30 years of age and teenage girls. The indicate of TSS is estimated to be between 1 and 17 cases of TSS per 100,000 menstruating women and girls per year. TSS can be fatal and must therefore be recognized and treated early. The symptoms of TSS can appear suddenly during or just after menstruation and they closely resemble the flu. The symptoms below will not all necessarily occur at the same time: sudden high fever (usually 39°C or more) and vomiting, diarrhoea, fainting, or near fainting when standing up, dizziness, rash that looks like sunburn, other signs include aching of muscles and joints, redness of the eyes, sore throat, weakness. Consult a doctor if the symptoms of TSS occur and immediately remove the menstrual cup as a precaution if you are menstruating. If you had TSS before then you should consult a doctor before using the menstrual cups in future.

    Ingredients:

    Medical Grade Silicone

    Directions:

    When to wash? During your cycle, you can just wash the menstrual cup with water and gentle unscented soap. However, when you are inserting it for the first time at the beginning of your next cycle, you must sterilize the cup. When to boil? For sterilizing the cup, you can simply put the cup in a pot of boiling water for 3 to 5 minutes. Make sure, there is a decent amount of water in the pot. You can also alternatively boil it in a microwave. How to remove menstrual cup? Removing the cup is definitely much less complicated. All you have to do is squat or sit on the toilet and use your index finger or any finger with the thumb to pull the cup out. Remember when you do take the cup out, you need to angle the menstrual cup sideways to take out one half of the cup first followed by the other half ensuring the blood doesn’t fall out of the cup.

    Legal Disclaimer:

    Legal Disclaimer: Toxic Shock Syndrome (TSS) is a rare but very serious (possibly fatal) illness that can occur in men, women, and children. It is caused by a toxin (a kind of biological poison) that is produced by a type of bacteria (Staphylococcus aureus) that is frequently present in humans. The reported risk is higher in women under 30 years of age and teenage girls. The indicate of TSS is estimated to be between 1 and 17 cases of TSS per 100,000 menstruating women and girls per year. TSS can be fatal and must, therefore, be recognized and treated early. Consult a doctor if the symptoms of TSS occur and immediately remove the menstrual cup as a precaution if you are menstruating. If you had TSS before then you should consult a doctor before using the menstrual cups in the future.

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  • About this item

    • Cruelty-free: The product has not been tested on animals and is cruelty-free.
    • Alcohol-free: The wash is alcohol-free to ensure a gentle experience.
    • Natural: Natural Menstrual Cup Foam Wash is curated with natural ingredients such as rosemary oil, eucalyptus oil, clove oil, and neem oil.
    • Paraben-free: Natural Menstrual Cup Foam Wash is paraben-free thus making it safe and gentle to use.
    • Easy to use: Natural Menstrual Cup Foam Wash is simple to use and effectively removes dirt and bacteria from the menstrual cup.
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