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FemmyCycle is the perfect menstrual cup for active women of all ages
With its innovative non-spill, no-leak design, the FemmyCycle menstrual cup is the perfect menstrual cup for women of all ages who simply want to get on with their lives during 'that time of the month'.
The FemmyCycle is a menstrual cup like no other - featuring an innovative design that minimises the mess and leakage associated with traditional menstrual cups, the FemmyCycle moves with your body and is ideal for active women and women on the go.
What's more - the FemmyCycle is easy to use too - due to the soft and flexible design, one size fits all women, and it's not only great for the environment (say goodbye to endless pads and tampons heading for landfill and sewers), it's also very economical (one FemmyCycle lasts a whole year!).
FemmyCycle menstrual cup is not only non-spill - it also works with your body for maximum protection and safety!
Unlike traditional tampons, the FemmyCycle cup works with your body - it does not absorb your menstrual fluid, but rather collects it. Traditional tampons absorb menstrual fluid but also your natural moisture too, which can lead to dryness and an uncomfortable feeling. The FemmyCycle, being non-absorbent, does not carry the risks of Toxic Shock Syndrome (TSS) associated with tampons too.
The FemmyCycle menstrual cup is ideal for women whether they have a light or heavy flow, so no more bulky pads or large tampons if you suffer from heavy periods - the capacity holds 15-30ml of menstrual fluid, and given that the average flow during an entire period is 30-45ml, the FemmyCycle can be worn for up to 12 hours with no leaks, no spills and no fuss.
It's easy to clean too - the unique 'lip' design of the FemmyCycle means that there's no danger of spilling the liquid inside when you remove it. Simply tip the contents down the toilet, wash the cup with hand soap and warm water and rinse - then it's ready to use again! Disinfecting is easy too - simply soak in 10% white vinegar and 90% warm water for 5 minutes, before and after your menstrual cycle, during sleep, exercise and other daily activities, so it's the perfect solution for women who want to forget about their period and get on with their lives.
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|SKU / Product Code||92462|
|Recommended For||Menstrual cup for safe period protection, no toxic shock syndrome and a a fabulous no-spill design.|
|Included Contents||1 FemmyCycle, Detailed Instructions|
|Material||100% Medical-Grade Silicone|
|User Manual||View and/or Download the User Manual|
|Adjustable||Soft, squeezes for easy insertion|
|Does Not Include||Latex, Phthalates|
|Size||5cm x 4cm (2 x 1.5 inches)|
|Washing Instructions||Wash with antibacterial soap and warm water. Rinse well.|
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- My menstrual cup review Review by DeeDee
- Spill free - I would highly recommend! Review by Janis
I haven't had this problem with this menstrual cup so I would highly recommend! (Posted on 12 September 2014)
- Unique design Review by Kaede
- Pros far out weigh the cons, recommend! Review by Sally
I really like the FemmyCycle cup, it is a change of routine, but I have weighed up the pros and cons and decided in favour of the FemmyCycle cup.
So, as I was new to cups I decided to try the teen size first - just to get used to using the cup as I was aware they are quite wide compared to a tampon. To insert the cup I used the 'C' fold and rather than aiming upwards aimed more towards my back, you don't need to push the cup up really far, just as long as you can't feel it. Tip: If this makes sense - I insert the cup with the curve of the 'C' down towards my back and once inserted the pull-out loop sits just inside the vagina in a horizontal position, you shouldn't feel it. I use a panty liner as I am still getting used to the cup. I really liked it so went ahead and purchased the regular FemmyCycle cup with a 30ml capacity. I have noticed that sometimes it leaks a bit after insertion - nothing drastic panty liner was enough, but then it stops, this could be me getting used to it still or the fact that my flow is so heavy some gets out during the changeover, but once it's in, even with my really heavy flow, I have 12 hours of comfort with no leaks. I only change the cup when at home morning and evening, I pull on the loop, it can be a little tricky to get a good grip, but relax and take your time. The cup will pull out - I find breathing really helps as it is a little uncomfortable upon removal although I am getting more used to it. Sometimes the no spill lip of the cup suctions out itself, other times it doesn't, so I have to put my finger in to unfold the no spill lip and pour fluid down the toilet and wash my hands and cup with liquid soap. I like to have a wash before I insert the cup again during my really heavy days - as I say it's a change of routine and I'm only on my second period using the cup, but I prefer this way. For lighter days I use the teen size and my heavy days the regular - no more leaking through my trousers, no need for regular changes, no tampon dryness/irritation, no odour. I'm really liking the FemmyCycle cup 5* (Posted on 19 June 2016)
- Wonderful Review by Natalie
Ok so it can be messy when it's too full n I tend to change at home with a sink close at hand but otherwise I just wipe it out with tissue and clean it properly next time. it even worked well when camping, felt much more at ease than tampons knowing I could go some time between changes.
I'd say it's expensive but well worth it...I've just bought my replacement and I'm only doing that for hygiene recommended reasons not coz there's anything wrong with it after 18months. (Posted on 20 October 2016)
- Best I've used Review by Jodie
- Excellent Review by Ruth
- It works! Review by Carol
I read instructions and used a liner as advised. I noticed a leak so I removed the cup whilst sitting on toilet. I pulled, heard the suction of the cup, a champagne pop... and it was like a scene from Carrie - trauMAAAAAA !!!
Ok, so I tried again but this time on removal (after seeing a leak again) I was ready with tissues as a barrier. But still messy - ugh!!
My third time was lucky ~ yay!! Once you use correctly it's no drama. But I must say although I had messy episodes with cup I have had bloody mishaps with tampons on heavy flows. But once you're fine with the cup hopefully this will never happen again.
My tips are:
Do not use like a tampon as I did. Just pop in at entrance of vagina, do not keep pushing as you would a tampon - it sits like a bowl to catch the fluid, so if you push too high the fluid will go around and not sit in cup (don't worry if cup doesn't open fully as it still works).
Pull cup out sloooowly on removal. I also found removal less cumbersome whilst standing. Sitting on toilet you have to use one hand to pull, the other to open cup, then find a way to pour. Much easier standing up.
My first use was at home. It's not messy anymore but I think I will only use out if I can use toilet with hand basin close by (or walk with wet wipes). You would want to wash hand because you use finger to open cup and you may wish to rinse cup if you do not have a spare.
My flow was heavy as I used cup on first day of cycle. But I'm suspecting if lighter flow you could probably get away with not changing cup for a longer period.
You only get 1 cup but I will buy a second direct from FemmyCycle as they have more sizes and you also get 2 in a pack. (Posted on 5 September 2014)
- Takes practice Review by Brie
- First time use Review by Caz
Found it difficult to take out and had severe attempts as I couldn't find the ring and it was very painful.
On the second attempt I washed it and lubricated it with coconut oil, just the tip after folding. Leg up and inserting was easier, though still painful. Felt in pain all day like my teen years, cramping feelings. Wish there was a string perhaps of the same material, that was at the end of the ring that hangs outside the body to make it easier to pull out as I am finding it difficult to find the ring. (Posted on 14 January 2017)
The Femmycycle is a USA product so its governing body for certification is the FDA. The Food and Drug Administration (FDA or USFDA) is an agency of the United States Department of Health and Human Services, one of the United States federal executive departments.which have given it 510k clearance.
Hope this helps
I am going to be in the Uk until July, 18 and I would like to buy them. Until when should I order to receive them in the Uk?
Is there a real shop where I could buy them?
Petra Ramalho Souto.
If you were to purchase 5 or more of both of these items the unit price would be £22.99 each. We do not have any retail outlets but we would be happy to mail them to you. To receive your order before or on 18th July you would need to place your order on Thursday 14th July.