Oh Bloody Chums! Menstrual Cup

Five Years in one cup
Rs. 350.00 Rs. 399.00


Leak-proof ReusableMedical grade siliconesuction-freelast up to 8hrsHygenic

Made with 100% medical grade silicone.

Made without latex, BPA, plastic, dye and any other harmful chemical.

1. Sterilize - wash and boil the menstrual cup before first use and between cycles.

2. Fold - fold the menstrual cup in half, creating a U shape or a C shape, to make it easier to insert.

3. Insert - relax and find a comfortable position (such as squatting, standing with one leg raised, or sitting on the toilet). Then, gently insert the folded menstrual cup into the vagina, aiming towards the tailbone.

4. Release - once the cup is inside, gently rotate it to ensure it has fully opened and formed a seal with the vaginal walls.

5. Check - after a few hours, check to see if the cup has leaked or if it needs to be emptied.

6. Remove - gently grasp the base of the cup and twist it to break the seal. Then, gently pull the cup down and out of the vagina.

7. Empty - empty the menstrual fluid into the toilet and rinse the cup with soap and water or a specialized cleaning solution.

8. Reinsert - after cleaning, reinsert the cup and repeat steps 4-7 as needed.

Our Values

We Care

Freshly Handcrafted

In house Manufacturing

Advance Researched formulation

FDA Approved

Organic & natural Ingredients

Sulphate, paraben & Toxin Free

Made In India

Clinical Study

What Our Customers Experience
increase in menstural hygiene decrease in rashes decrease in bacterial infection risk
 increase in menstural hygiene
decrease in rashes
decrease in  bacterial infection risk


Solved quiries

An average women bleeds anywhere between 30-80ml during one cycle. The cup can hold upto 15, 25 or 30 ml of blood, depending on the size of the cup (small, medium or large). Hence, the cup can easily hold the blood during your periods!

Menstrual cup is not changed, but the same cup is removed and reinserted after rinsing off the collected flow. The frequency of which depends on the level of flow you experience on each day of your period. In general, no period product (pads/cloth/tampon included), should be used for longer than 8 hours at a stretch in single use.

Yes, you can. Menstrual cups can be worn for up to 8 hours so you can sleep with one on. But keep in mind to empty it on time, as soon as you wake up and just before going to bed.

There are no known side effects of using menstrual cups. They are safe to use.

Yes, our cups are BPA-free and FDA-approved.

Oh Bloody Chums! Menstrual Cup

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