Unlike tampons and disposable pads, you can use Eureka! cup between 5 and 10 years, depending on the care you give it.
Is it made of safe material?
Eureka! Cup is made 100% with medical silicone. A soft, hypoallergenic, safe, comfortable and resistant material.
How often do you have to take out the cup?
Unlike the rest of the cups, Eureka! cup It allows you to empty it without removing it from the vagina for a long period of time, but to maintain proper intimate hygiene and avoid possible infections we recommend you take the cup out of the vagina every 12 hours to wash it with warm water and neutral soap, dry it well with a absorbent paper and reinsert it. In the meantime, don’t worry that you are wearing it and empty it where you need it without removing it from the vagina!
Does the tube bother when you take it out or put it in?
The tube is made of the same material as the cup and it is very flexible and soft, so when you introduce it it is not painful and it does not bother once it is inside the vagina. The tube is also designed with the exact shape and measure so that it stays fixed inside the vagina and does not come out, avoiding spillage. Although it seems long or rigid, it is very flexible and it is only a matter of practice to learn how to use it.
What benefits does the cup have over tampons?
Unlike tampons, menstrual cups do not absorb internal lubrication of the vagina and therefore do not dry or cause infections if you make proper use of them and remove and wash every 12 hours. For the rest, Eureka! cup is the perfect alternative to tampons, because it is ecological, safe and effective and will collect your menstrual flow while you bathe in the pool or do any other activity without spills.
How do you have to take out and put the tube?
The tube is made of the same material as the cup and is very flexible and soft, so when you enter it It is painful and is completely attached inside the vagina and carry it comfortably without noticing. To introduce it you just have to fold it and put it inwards with your fingers and then check with your fingers (as you usually do) that the cup has been well placed and the tube also. It’s a matter of practice, you’ll see it’s very easy.
Can the tube go out and cause spills?
The tube is designed with the appropriate shape and measure to keep it fixed inside the vagina and not Get out, thus avoiding spills, also thanks to its soft and flexible material you can carry it with total comfort without realizing it, just like the rest of the conventional cups.
Size S and L
There are currently two sizes of Eureka! cup The standard size (S) with capacity for 27 ml. This is an intermediate size, between the small cups (pre-delivery) and the larger ones (post-partum), this standard measure, together with its flexibility allows a better adaptation to the vagina. Recommended for women who have not had vaginal birth without age limit.
The second size is the L with a capacity for 42 ml and recommended for women who have already had vaginal delivery, or more than one, and have a weakened pelvic floor.
Can it be used if you haven't had sex yet?
In principle there should be no problem, think that although they have not had relations the hymen is usually perforated and, by Therefore, you will have no more difficulty introducing the cup than when you use tampons, for example. In this case, the diameter of the folded cup (introduction position) and that of the buffer are very similar. So everything is practical when learning to place and extract it.
Can you practice sex with the cup on?
The use of the cup is fully compatible with sex without penetration. In fact, it can be a great advantage during menstruation, because it is so clean and comfortable, that it will make your menstruation invisible during your relationships.
How to treat it between cycles?
Before and after each cycle it must be sterilized with boiling water (about 5 minutes) and always store it in the breathable cotton bag, included in the packaging.
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