How to use the flex disc

disc is easy to use

  • Position Wash your hands and take a deep breath.
  • Pinch Pinch FLEX in half and begin inserting it into the vaginal canal by holding the disc pointing downwards in a vertical position.
  • 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.

What is a flex disc?

Simply put: FLEX Disc is a menstrual disc and FLEX Cup is a menstrual cup. A menstrual disc is a round, flexible ring with a catch that sits at the base of the cervix in a place called the vaginal fornix. A menstrual cup is a small flexible period collection device that sits in the vaginal canal and is typically tapered at the base.

How do you use flex?

Slide FLEX into your vaginal canal with your pointer finger and thumb until it’s in about half way and can let go without it falling out. This step is best done when you are sitting down. Using your middle finger, start pushing back and DOWN (not up) toward your cervix and vaginal fornix.

How to insert flex?

Follow these steps to insert FLEX: Pinch FLEX in half with your pointer finger and thumb Slide FLEX into your vaginal canal with your pointer finger and thumb until it’s in about half way and can let go without it falling out. This step is best done when you are sitting down.

How do you dispose of a flex disc?

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. 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.

What’s the difference between flex disc and flex cup?

What’s the difference between FLEX Disc and FLEX Cup? Simply put: FLEX Disc is a menstrual disc and FLEX Cup is a menstrual cup. A menstrual disc is a round, flexible ring with a catch that sits at the base of the cervix in a place called the vaginal fornix. A menstrual cup is a small flexible period collection device that sits in

What is a flex disc ring?

Flex Disc is a flexible ring with a catch that sits at the base of the cervix in a place called the vaginal fornix. It is single-use and can be worn for up to 12 hours. Because of where the disc sits in the body, it can also be worn during penetrative sexual intercourse.

How much does flex disc hold?

The majority of our customers have heavy flows – including those with endometriosis and PCOS who swear by FLEX products. FLEX Disc can hold up to three super tampons worth of menstrual fluid. It is also safe to wear for up to 12 hours.

What is a flexi disc?

History. Before the advent of the compact disc, flexi discs were sometimes used as a means to include sound with printed material such as magazines and music instruction books. A flexi disc could be moulded with speech or music and bound into the text with a perforated seam, at very little cost and without any requirement for a hard binding.