Merula Menstrual Cup - one size
The Merula Cup is made out of 100% medical-grade silicone and produced in Germany. It is round, with a rigid edge and a thin, soft body.
The menstrual cup can be worn in a folded up state – only the edge needs to be open. The Merula Cup is made of certified medical grade silicone without chemical additives like plasticizers and free of animal-based ingredients. From weak to strong pelvic floor muscles: The Merula Cup stays where it belongs. As it can be worn in a folded up state and does not have to open completely, even strong pelvic floor muscles do not make it lose its shape.
Merula Cup - one size
It has a very large capacity (up to 38 ml / 1.285 fl oz). With a diameter from 40 mm to 46 mm / 1.575 in. to 1.811 in. Merula adapts perfectly to your body and is an ideal companion for light to heavy bleeding.Due to its spherical shape, Merula Cup has a short height of only 39 mm / 1.535 in. and an impressive capacity, which is roughly equal to 2 large tampons. Because of that, Merula Cup can easily be used by women with a low cervix. The cup can also be used without any difficulty if you have a high cervix, as it has a long, ladder-shaped stem.
Measuring the height of your cervix before using the cup for the first time is not necessary if you are using Merula. Simply decide, which length of the stem would be perfect for you. If necessary, you can adapt it by cutting one or two levels from the stem.
Merula one size comes in the following colors - Apple, Fox, Ice, Mermaid, Midnight, Strawberry and Sun
Learning how to effortlessly insert and remove your menstrual cup can take some patience and practice.Wash your hands very well. A menstrual cup is first folded or pinched down and inserted into the vaginal cavity . There are various folding techniques for insertion; common folds include the punch-down fold, as well as the C- fold. Normally you don't need any lubrication for insertion. But if it is necessary for insertion, you can use distilled water, water base-lub or a little coconut oil on the rim. It will normally unfold automatically and create a light seal against the vaginal walls. In some cases it may need to twist the cup or flex the vaginal muscles to ensure the cup is fully open. If correctly inserted, the cup shouldn't leak or cause any discomfort. The stem should be completely inside the vagina.
Wash your hands and use the stem to guide your fingers to the base of the cup. Cup must not be pulled out by the stem . The base of the cup is pinched to release the seal, and by gently pulling on the stem in a zig-zag movements , the cup can be carefully pulled down far enough that it just comes into reach of a finger and removed. After emptying, a menstrual cup should be rinsed or wiped and reinserted. Menstrual cup needs to be emptied and washed at least twice a day i.e. at least every every 4 to 8 hours.
Sterilize the menstrual cup before using it for the first time by washing it in cool distilled water with a mild, unscented soap.
Rinse it well and sterilize it in boiling water for 5 to 6 minutes.Clean it before your cycle, every time after you empty it, and after your cycle. It can be washed with a mild /intimate soap and you can gently stretch your menstrual cup’s holes under cool distilled running water to remove any debris that may be inside them . Sterilized in boiling water for 5 to 6 minutes at the end of the cycle. You can sterilize it in a microwave cup sterilizer or in a pot on the stove. Let it air dry once sterilized. Wipe it with a clean cloth and store it in a breathable pouch.
This product practices or provides the following Eco-choices : Reusable & plastic free.