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The GynoCup in-depth guide covers how to insert, wear, and remove a menstrual cup in addition to beginner tips and facts on the female anatomy. Take a look and tell us what you think!

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sJ_AArw29fU

What is a menstrual cup?
A menstrual cup is a type of reusable feminine hygiene product. It’s a small, flexible funnel-shaped cup made of medical grade silicone that you insert into your vagina to collect period fluid.

How to Use

  1. Wash hands
    Wash your hands.
    Wash your Gynocup menstrual cup with GynoWash Cleanser and rinse it carefully.
  2. Fold + Hold
    Get comfortable: you can insert the cup while sitting, standing or squatting. Spreading your legs will help with a successful and comfortable insertion. Relax.
    Fold the cup in on itself to make flat, then in half to form a C shape.
  3. Insert
    Keep it rolled up and guide it rim first into the vagina. To check that the cup has fully opened, slide a clean finger up to the cup bottom and feel it - it should be round. Gynocup can be used anytime in your menstrual cycle, from heavy to light flow days.
  4. Wear + learn
    Gynocup is emptied about 2–4 times a day, can be used for up to 12 hours, also overnight.
  5. Remove + empty
    Wash your hands and relax your muscles. Grasp the bottom of the cup. To break seal, squeeze the bottom of the cup.
    Be sure not to pull it out by holding the stem alone. Tip contents into the toilet. Rinse & Reuse.
  6. Clean + sanitize

Gynocup should be cleaned before and after your cycle, and after emptying. To avoid odor and discoloration, rinse first in cold water, and then wash with hot water and Gynowash Cleanser designed for silicone cups.


A tampon costs about INR 12, It is estimated that about 25 pads are used per cycle, so there is a cost of INR 3600 per year, in 10 years this value reaches INR 36,000. The menstrual Cup cost between INR 800 to 1000, but can last up to 8-10 years. You don't even have to say which one is the most economical, do you?

(📌Time of use)
Tampons should be changed every 4 hours and overnight use is not recommended. The menstrual cup can be used for up to 12 hours and overnight.


(📌Capacity and leaks) The tampons have an average capacity of 9ml. Once saturated it must be replaced at the risk of generating leaks. The menstrual cup forms a vacuum in the vaginal canal, preventing leaks, and its capacity can reach an unbelievable 34ml!

(📌Environment)

An average person has 400 menstrual cycles during their lifetime. It is estimated that, during this period, about 10,000 tampons are used. In India alone, tons of absorbents are discarded every month. The menstrual cup is reusable and, if well maintained, can last for many years. During the entire fertile life only a few Cups will be used compared to thousands of disposable tampons. Much more environmentally friendly right?


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