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FLEX Menstrual Disc (1 pc)

FLEX Menstrual Disc (1 pc)

HK$15.80
HK$13.80
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Description

Place of Origin: Canada

Materials: FDA registered Medical-grade Polymer

Size(s): 70mm, equivalent to 3 super tampons (30mL)

Colour: Black Rim, Clear Membrane

Features:

- One disc size fits most.

- Innovative ComfortSealTM forms to your shape to prevent leaks by creating a seal at the base of your cervix.

- Hypoallergenic and pH neutral.

- Made without BPA , Phthalates or natural Rubber Latex.

- Up to 12-hour wear, no frequent changes.

- Reduces Irritation and Dryness.

- Reduces Cramps.

- Mess-free period sex.

- Wear during sleep, exercise and swimming.

- 60% less waste than tampons & pads, better for the environment.

- Not linked to Toxic Shock Syndrome (TSS).

- Non-reusable.

Insert and removal  

1. Position

- Wash your hands and take a deep breath. You've got this! You can sit over the toilet, stand with a leg up, or go in a full squat. Play around until you find a position that works best for you! FLEX disc may look big but it’s actually smaller than a tampon when you pinch it in half.

2. Pinch

- Pinch FLEX in half and begin inserting it into the vaginal canal by holding the disc pointing downwards in a vertical position.

3. Insertion

- Make sure you are pushing the edge that goes in first down toward the floor so that it sits at an vertical angle and fully covers the cervix. Down and back is key!

 

   ** Pro Tip - The Thumb Trick

Insert the pinched disc partway into your vaginal canal. Angle your thumb towards yourself pointing to the floor (think thumbs down). Now, use your thumb to push the tip of the rim the rest of the way in making sure you are pushing the edge that goes in first down toward the floor. Down and back is key! By doing this, you’ll have more control over the direction your disc is going.

4. Placement

Tuck the rim (the front edge that goes in last) above your pubic bone. Make sure it's pushed past the pubic bone as far as it can go. You shouldn’t be able to feel it at all if it’s in the right place.

5. Wear it for up to 12 hours

Swim, work out, have sex, go to the bathroom, sleep, go along your day without having to worry about leaks or changes.

     ** Pro Tip - Hands Free Emptying

When you go to the bathroom and relax your pelvic floor FLEX disc will push out enough to empty into the toilet. FLEX disc should pop right back into place when you stand up. If it feels like it hasn't gone back into place, just use a clean finger or do a kegel to get it back into place behind the pubic bone.

6. Removal

Always start with clean hands. Take a seat on the toilet or stand with one leg up and slide your finger up under the front edge of FLEX disc and pull straight down, keeping it parallel to the floor.

     ** Pro Tip - Is the removal messy?

While removing FLEX shouldn't be too messy to begin with, removing FLEX in the shower at the end (or beginning!) of your day can help prevent any mess at all. Go slow & steady is the way to go! Keep the disc parallel to the ground to help minimize mess.

7. Disposal

Once you've removed FLEX disc, turn the disc upside down to empty the fluid into the toilet, place the empty disc in a wrapper and dispose in the trash.

Note:

It is normal to experience some leaking while using the bathroom as you are bearing down on your pelvic muscles. This does not mean that your disc needs to be changed. After using the bathroom, you can re-tuck the rim behind the pubic bone to ensure that it is securely placed.

 

Warnings

- Consult your doctor if you are using an intrauterine device (IUD). While uncommon, there is a risk of dislodging, displacing or removing the IUD by pulling on the IUD string when removing the FLEX Disc.

- If you have ever had Toxic Shock Syndrome (TSS), do not use FLEX Disc or any other internally worn product.

- Immediately following childbirth, gynecological surgery, miscarriage, or termination of pregnancy, consult your physician before using FLEX Disc.

- Maximum wear time is twelve (12) hours and FLEX Disc must be changed after twelve (12) hours.

- FLEX Disc is not a contraceptive nor does it protect against sexually transmitted infections (STIs).

- If you experience any adverse events with FLEX Disc, discontinue use and consult your physician.


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