Take control of your period with Tieutcup!
Tieut Menstrual cups are an easy and safe alternative to your regular sanitary pads. Made up of high quality material, these cups have higher storage capacity and keeps you tension free. You can easily carry them anywhere since they need very less space.
Benefits of using Tieutcup
1. Unique shape – We’ve combined two more conventional cup shapes, bell and ball-shaped menstrual cups, to create a higher capacity and more comfortably shaped menstrual cup.
- The stem makes sure you can easily find and remove Tieutcup.
- We’ve put four rings on the bottom so it’s easier to get a grip on your cup.
- Unique shape with a higher capacity while still being comfortable.
- Four air holes are used to break the vacuum and to avoid spillage.
2. High capacity – Tieutcup’s high capacity makes it a perfect partner for even your heaviest flowing days. Choose between two sizes.
- Small size: 20 ml
- Large size: 30 ml
3. Made in Korea – The Tieutcup is made of 100% medical grade silicone. Tieutcup and the Tieutcup Case are BPA-free. They are made in Korea and approved by the Korean and U.S. FDA.
4. Safe storage – Tieutcup comes with Tieutcup Storage Case (length 80mm, diameter 85mm). This is an easy-to-carry case for your Tieutcup. It’s foldable so it doesn’t take much space when not in use. Keep Tieutcup safe until you need it.
First time using a menstrual cup? Here are some frequently asked questions:
Q: What if I can’t remove my Tieutcup?
A: First of all, the cup can’t disappear inside you, but it can move up slightly. The menstrual cup can’t get lost in the vagina; it will ultimately slip down by force of gravity. If you have problems reaching the cup, the first thing to do is relax and breathe. If the menstrual cup has worked its way higher inside the vagina, it’s important to relax the muscles as tensing up will only make removing it more difficult. Try squatting or putting one leg up on the toilet so you have better reach. Pull down gently on the stem until you can reach the bottom of the cup and grasp it with your fingers and pinch it to release the suction, and gently ease it out.
Q: Do I need to remove my menstrual cups when I urinate or poop?
A: You don’t need to remove the menstrual cups when urinating or pooping. It is possible to urinate and poop as you wear it.
Q:How often do I have to replace the Tieutcup?
A: First, measure the amount of your menstrual blood, and find out your own replacement time according to your menstrual blood flow. Generally, you can wear it for 4 to 6 hours when it’s high, and for up to 12 hours when it’s low. You can also adjust the frequency of the replacement time by adjusting your flow to your cup size. Small for light flow and large for heavy flow.
Q: Can the blood flow back into my uterus when I move around?
A: No, it’s very unlikely that the blood collected in the menstrual cup will flow back into your uterus – even if you’re upside down.