General Questions

Yes! The Unicorn Cup is made from soft, medical grade silicone so if you have latex allergies there’s no need to worry with the Unicorn Cup!

No, the Unicorn Cup shouldn’t be used if you have thrush. Please consult your doctor and use sanitary pads until the yeast infection has cleared. If your Unicorn Cup has come into contact with the infection, please discard and purchase another Unicorn Cup to prevent re infection.

Yes you can still use the Unicorn Cup, although you should consult your GP first. There is no risk of your IUD being dislodged if you follow the Removal instructions correctly by breaking the seal before you remove the cup.

Naked by Unicorn Cup comes as a set of two period cups, with sizes ‘S’ and ‘L’. Size S being suitable for those with an average to low cervix, size L for those with an average to high cervix.

Cervix height should be the primary consideration when sizing your period cup, as this dictates how much space you have in your vagina (distance between the opening of your vagina and your cervix) and if you require a smaller or larger cup.

You can measure your cervix height by inserting your finger into your vagina, if you can feel your cervix with your finger inserted up to the 1st knuckle, its likely a low cervix, to the 2nd knuckle would be average height and your full finger would be high. The cervix almost feels like the tip of your nose, with a wee dimple in the middle!

Natural staining can occur but this doesn’t mean your Unicorn Cup can’t be used! Try boiling in an open pot for ten minutes or using a sterilising tablet or fluid (suitable for babies bottles and teats).

No, your Unicorn Cup should not smell. There is no known risk of vaginal infections from use of a menstrual cup. Please remove your cup and consult your GP.

That’s like asking if carrying a cup of water can be messy . . only if you throw it around 🙂