Safety InformationMenstrual cups are not a contraceptive device and will not protect you from sexually transmitted diseases. Do not use menstrual cups for post-natal bleeding. Your menstrual cup should not be worn for longer than 12 consecutive hours. You must handle your menstrual cup with clean hands. Keep your menstrual cup away from damaging agents, pets, children and direct sun light. Keep your menstrual cup clean at all times. Toxic Shock Syndrome (TSS) is a serious and potentially fatal disease caused by toxin-producing strains of the staphylococcus aureus bacterium. TSS symptoms include, but are not limited to, sudden high fever, diarrhea, vomiting, sunburn-like rash, fainting or blacking out. If you experience any of the above symptoms during or shortly after your period, seek medical assistance immediately.
IndicationsThe Lena Cup is a healthy, safe and conscious alternative to pads and tampons. Lena is a bell-shaped reusable silicone cup that collects your menstrual blood. Inserted like a tampon, Lena Cup sits comfortably in your vagina and can be safely worn for up to 12 consecutive hours.
Legal DisclaimerIf you have or are experiencing any gynecological problems please discontinue using your cup and consult a physician. If you are experiencing any pain or discomfort while wearing your cup, discontinue use and consult your physician.
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Ingredients100% USA Medical-Grade Silicone and Dyes
DirectionsLearning how to effortlessly insert and remove your Lena Cup can take some patience and practice. You can wear your Lena Menstrual Cup for 12 consecutive hours. You must empty your menstrual cup at least twice a day.