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Sati, derived from the term "mindfulness."

The Sati Cup represents a mindful approach to periods and embraces the concept of sustainable living. It's not just about comfort; it's about making positive choices for both yourself and the planet.

  • Comfortable

    Menstrual cups, worn internally, collect fluid without absorption, providing comfort and avoiding dryness. They prevent odor, infections, and rashes. Reusable for years and non-toxic to your body.

  • Eco-friendly

    Approximately 45 billion tonnes of single-use period products pollute landfills annually. Menstrual cups, being reusable, reduce waste and save trees from paper-based alternatives.

  • Cost-effective

    Save money! Instead of spending on tampons or sanitary napkins every month, switch to Sati Cup. This eco-friendly menstrual cup can last up to 5 years, offering a cost-effective and sustainable solution.

  • Travel & Activities

    Worried about leakage during a long trip? Fret no more! With the Sati cup, you can wear it for up to 12 hours, depending on your flow, before emptying it. Feel confident to swim, travel, do yoga, or party until the sun comes up!


Explore the technique of using a menstrual cup – easy, eco-friendly, and tailored for your well-being. Your journey to a better period experience starts here.

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What is Sati Cup?

Sati Cup is a reusable menstrual cup made from 100% medical grade silicone and designed for comfortable and eco-friendly period care. It collects menstrual fluid, offering a sustainable alternative to traditional disposable products.

How long can I wear Sati Cup?

Sati Cup can be worn for up to 12 hours, depending on your flow. This provides long-lasting protection and convenience.

Will using Sati Cup stretch out my vagina?

Nope. Vaginas have the capacity to stretch and expand to fit objects like menstrual cups, but once the object is removed, they return to their folded and compressed state. Vaginas are made of mucosal and muscle tissue that doesn't "stretch out"-it's not like an elastic hair band.

Can my Sati cup get lost inside me?

The answer is NO. If this happens to you, don't panic. Your vagina is a tube that runs from your cervix to the outside of your body and is usually between 7 to 12 cm long.

A menstrual cup cannot pass through your cervix, which means it has no where else to go-it cannot get lost inside of you. If you cannot locate the stem of your menstrual cup, here are some tips to help you get it out.

• Try changing positions, like sitting or squatting

• Increase your internal abdominal pressure to help move the menstrual cup down the vagina by "bearing down" as if you are going to have a bowel movement.

Can I use Sati Cup even if I am a virgin?

Absolutely! Sati Cup is suitable for individuals of all sexual experiences. If you're a virgin, feel confident in choosing what suits you. Begin with the smaller size, take your time to insert it comfortably, and remember that virginity is a social construct tied to intercourse, not the use of menstrual products.

It seems too big; would it fit inside me?

Although menstrual cups are much wider than a tampon, remember, one of the vagina's functions is to allow a baby to pass through it-so a 4 cm diameter menstrual cup is very narrow in comparison. The vagina is also to able to expand, move, and bend. The walls of the vagina are lined with soft mucosal tissue with many small folds (rugae) along the surface.

In the vagina's relaxed state, when nothing is inside the vaginal canal, the walls of the vagina are compressed against each other. If you insert something inside your vagina, like a menstrual cup or tampon, the walls and folds of the vagina will bend and move so that enough space is created for the introduced object. There is plenty of room up there for a menstrual cup to sit comfortably.

Is Sati Cup safe to use?

Yes, Sati Cup is made from medical-grade silicone, making it safe and non-toxic. It is free from harmful chemicals, latex, BPA, and phthalates.

Is Sati Cup suitable for beginners?

Absolutely! Sati Cup is designed for ease of use. With a bit of practice, many users find it comfortable and convenient.

How long does Sati Cup last?

With proper care, Sati Cup can last up to 5 years, providing a cost-effective and sustainable menstrual hygiene solution.

Can I sleep with a menstrual cup in?

Yes, you can! Sleeping while wearing a menstrual cup is a great alternative to wearing bulky maxi-pads or wearing a tampon for more than 8 hours. Menstrual cups can be worn for up to 12 hours, so pop a cup in just before bed and rest easy.

How do I choose the right size of Sati Cup?

For those with a low to medium cervix and a moderate flow, we recommend the small size. If you have a medium to high cervix and experience moderate to heavier flow, the large size is recommended.

How can I measure my cervix height to know if I have a low or high cervix?

To measure your cervix height, insert a clean finger into your vagina to feel for your cervix. If you can easily reach it with the first knuckle, you likely have a low cervix. If you need to insert your finger deeper, you may have a higher cervix.

Can I use Sati Cup while participating in sports or other activities?

Yes, Sati Cup is suitable for various activities, including sports, swimming, hiking, and more. Its leak-free design allows you to move confidently.

What should I do if my cup is leaking?

If you experience leakage, ensure the cup is inserted correctly and has formed a proper seal. You might need to adjust the positioning or try a different fold technique. If leaks persist, consider trying a larger size or consulting our customer support for personalized assistance. Remember, using a menstrual cup has a learning curve, and there's no one-size-fits-all approach. Be patient during your first try, and you'll quickly get the hang of using a menstrual cup.

Should I feel embarrassed or intimidated if I want to try menstrual cups?

Absolutely not! Trying something new, like a menstrual cup, is a personal choice and a positive step towards sustainable and comfortable period care. There's no need to feel embarrassed or intimidated.

The Sati Cup encourages you to redefine your period experience. Embrace your period, your way, and join us in fostering a mindful and comfortable lifestyle. We're here to support you on your journey to a better period experience.

Can I pee or poop while wearing my Sati Cup?

Yes, you can pee and poop while wearing a menstrual cup. The cup is positioned in the vaginal canal, separate from the urethra and anus. It does not interfere with the natural bodily functions, allowing you to go about your bathroom activities as usual. Keep in mind that proper insertion and positioning of the cup are crucial for a comfortable experience.

How long is the learning curve for using a menstrual cup?

The learning curve for using a menstrual cup varies from person to person. Generally, it may take a few cycles for most individuals to become comfortable and proficient with insertion and removal. The initial adjustment period can range from a couple of cycles to several months, depending on factors such as personal comfort, familiarity with one's anatomy, and previous experience with menstrual products.

During this time, it's common to experiment with different folding techniques, insertion angles, and positioning to find what works best for you. Patience, practice, and a positive attitude can contribute to a smoother transition.

We recommend using a reusable or organic panty liner during your learning curve to provide an extra layer of protection and peace of mind. While you become accustomed to using the cup, it's common to experience minor leaks or uncertainties. The liner ensures added protection and helps you feel more confident as you navigate the learning process.

Can you feel the cup while wearing it?

When Sati Cup is properly inserted and positioned, it should generally be comfortable and you shouldn't feel it. The cup is designed to sit low in the vaginal canal, below the cervix. If you do feel discomfort or pressure, it may indicate that the cup is not inserted correctly or that you may need to try a different size.

It's essential to follow the instructions provided with the cup and experiment with various folding and insertion techniques to find what works best for you.

Can I trim the stem?

Yes, you can trim the stem of a menstrual cup if you find it too long or if it causes any discomfort. The stem is there to help with the removal of the cup and to provide a grip. However, every person's anatomy is different, and what works for one may not work for another.

This is why our menstrual cup is designed with a longer, flexible stem so you can adjust it to your liking. If you find that the stem protrudes and causes discomfort, it's perfectly fine to trim it to a length that feels comfortable for you. Be cautious while doing so to avoid damaging the cup, and you can experiment with different stem lengths until you find the one that suits you best.