A menstrual cup is a feminine hygiene device that is inserted into the vagina during menstruation.
The purpose of using the cup is to collect menstrual fluid and prevent from leaking to clothes.
Menstrual cups are usually made of flexible medical grade silicone.
The cup shape looks like a bell with a stem.

Simple steps on how to use a menstrual cup:
1. Sterilize the cup:
Sterilize the cup in boiling water for 3-5 minutes on your first use.
2. Fold and insert the folded cup:
There are many ways to fold the cup eg. punch Down fold, the C-fold or etc.
Once the entire cup is inside of you, simply let it pop open.  
3. Check if the cup is unfolded:
Reach in and feel around the base of the cup. It should feel round or oval and not have any noticeable folds.
If you feel any dents, gently grip the base of the cup (not the stem) and rotate it to make it unfold again.
4. Remove the menstrual cup:
Pull slightly on the stem while using your abdominal muscles to push the OrganiCup downwards until you can reach the base.
Give the base of the cup a pinch to release the suction and ease it out.
Avoid removing your menstrual cup by pulling the stem as this might cause discomfort.
5. Empty and re-insert:
It may take you a few days or a few periods to become comfortable with the cup.
Experiment with different folding and insertion techniques to get a hang of it.
Don’t worry, you’ll soon become a dedicated cup convert!

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