There are a number of important differences to consider between discs and cups, starting with their placement on the body. While the discs are inserted above the vaginal canal, the cups are used in the vaginal canal itself.

• Cups should not be used during sex. With discs, sex is no problem.

• Most menstrual cups offer around 20ml of capacity. Discs can hold up to 60 ml.

• Cups require suction to stay in place. Discs remain in place with no need for suction.

• Collectors can be used for up to eight hours. Discs can be used for up to twelve hours.

Whether you use collectors or disc, the process is quite simple. For detailed instructions, check our size chart.

Simple, you can expect much better cycle. Greater comfort, greater capacity, no additives and, yes, no smell. Have we told you that discs can be used during sex? It's a game changer.

For starters, discs are sustainable and made from medical grade silicone without any added chemicals. Additives in tampons, on the other hand, can reduce the body's natural flora, decreasing the natural lubrication that protects the vagina's health and creating an unpleasant smell as soon as it bleeds. In addition, a woman uses about 540 every three years.

In the same amount of time, you will only go through one menstrual disc. That's a lot of money and saved landfill space.

The position of the cervix can vary widely from period to period and from day to day, so the same person may need different sizes at different times. Choosing two sizes will help keep you covered each cycle.

The process starts with finding the right size for you. To get started, see our guide on "how it works".

Unlike our competitors, our menstrual discs include a silicone wire that simplifies the removal process. To remove menstrual cups, just squeeze to release suction and pull out. More detailed instructions can be found in "how it works".

Three years. Yes, you read right.

No doubt. Our discs and manifolds are designed to handle the lightest to the heaviest flow.

Just boil in water for three minutes. Your disc or collector will be sterilized, clean and ready to use.

If you're using a disk, go ahead. Since the discs are worn above the birth canal, your partner won't even notice. Menstrual cups, on the other hand, are worn inside the vaginal canal and should not be used during sexual intercourse.

Yes and yes. Our products are so effective that swimming and physical exercise do not disappoint. Your period should never get in the way of your health.

All insertable menstrual products carry a small risk of complications with an IUD. Anyone who uses an IUD should see their doctor to make sure the discs are right for them.

Yes, menstrual discs are completely safe to use after childbirth.

Yes, our products are safe for anyone who has started having menstrual cycles.

We're the only company whose discs come in three sizes, ensuring an ideal fit for every day of your cycle.

In addition, our cups feature our patented technology that lets you hold them for easy removal. Our discs are the only ones on the market that feature a lanyard to aid in removal, not to mention three unique color designs. No two products are the same.

Our products are 100% safe to use as instructed. All of our menstrual discs are registered by the Brazilian Federal Health Regulatory Agency as well as the US Food and Drug Administration.

Absolutely. Our products are made medical grade and, unlike tampons and pads, they do not contain harsh chemicals that could harm you and the environment. Plus, our products are built to last. The average person who uses tampons goes through about 540 every three years. A Lumma disc lasts the same. That's a lot of landfill space (and money) saved.

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