“Flex was designed to solve many of the problems caused by traditional menstrual products. It doesn’t change the vaginal flora reducing the risk of infections and has not been linked to toxic shock syndrome.”
Dr. Jane Van Dis, MD
is a disposable menstrual disc.
Unlike tampons and menstrual cups, FLEX sits just past the vaginal canal in the same place as a diaphragm and can’t be felt at all once in place.
Mess-free period sex due to the unique positioning
Reduces cramps in up to 60% of users
Reduces dryness and irritation in up to 80% of users
Not linked to TSS
FLEX may look big but it’s actually smaller than a tampon when you insert it. Start by washing your hands and pinching it in half.
Use your index finger to guide the front edge, tucking it up behind your pubic bone. You shouldn’t be able to feel it at all if it’s in the right place.
3. Wear it for 12 hours.
Swim, workout, have sex, go to the bathroom, sleep, all without having to worry about leaks or changes.
Always start with clean hands. Take a seat on the toilet and slide your finger up under the front edge of FLEX and pull straight down, keeping it parallel to the floor.
Once you’ve removed FLEX, turn the disc upside down to empty the fluid into the toilet, place empty disc in a wrapper and dispose in the trash.