Moonthlies is proud to offer a reusable menstrual disc that is not only good for the environment but will help you reclaim your life during your period.

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Moonthlies menstrual discs have thoughtfully designed freatures to make it the easiest menstrual disc to insert, remove and clean.

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How to Use your Moonthlies Menstrual Disc

STERILIZE BEFORE FIRST USE

Place it in boiling water for 5 minutes. Watch it carefully. Leaving the menstrual disc boiling unattended could result in burning the disc and ruining it. Allow it to completely cool down before inserting. After the initial boil, how often you sterilize the menstrual disc through boiling is up to you.

WASH HANDS AND DISC BEFORE INSERTION

Thoroughly wash your hands and disc with water and unscented soap for sixty to ninety seconds.

PINCH

With one hand, place your thumb and forefinger on the pinch grips of the menstrual disc. Squeeze the rim firmly together and make the sides of the rim meet. It will be about the size of a tampon when pinched.

INSERT

With your free hand, carefully spread your labia. Insert the pinched disc into your vagina and aim it down towards your tailbone.

PUSH

When you can no longer pinch the menstrual disc, continue to gently push the disc with your finger or thumb by gliding it back and down past your cervix and towards your tailbone.

TUCK

With your finger, tuck the front rim of the menstrual disc up and behind your pubic bone. The final placement of the menstrual disc will be at a slight diagonal angle. It should sit directly below your cervix and will catch your menstrual fluid.

WASH HANDS BEFORE REMOVAL

Once again thoroughly wash your hands with water and unscented soap for sixty to ninety seconds.

PULL

We recommend that you empty your menstrual disc two to three times during a twenty-four hour period. With freshly washed hands hook your index or middle finger underneath the removal tab. Pull straight out towards you and keep it level to avoid spillage. Empty the menstrual disc by discarding the menstrual fluid into the toilet.

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