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Frequently Asked Questions

How to use a Tampon?

Wash your hands well
Take a MiraiMe cotton tampon
Take off the hygiene wrap
Pull the thread at the bottom of the tampon
Hold it firmly
Sit/Stand with legs slightly apart, squat, or sit on your toilet seat
Make sure your vagina is not too dry and that you are bleeding
Hold the thread, and glide the tampon inside gently, using your finger to push
That’s it! You’re done for the next couple of hours!

How do I remove a Tampon?

Wash your hands well
Relax and hold the tampon thread
Gently pull out the tampon
Roll it in a newspaper and safely dispose it in the dustbin

    I have never tried a Tampon before. Is it hard?

    It may seem a little tricky in the beginning but believe us, you will get hold of it fast. Just relax.

    Can I do Workout, Yoga or Swim with a Tampon inside?

    You totally can! You can swim and run and hike and do everything you want to, girl!

    How often do I need to change the Tampon?

    Change it every 4-5 hours

    Is it safe to insert a Tampon inside the vagina?

    It is 100% safe as our products are made from 100% cotton, are chemical free and absolutely safe

    Can I insert a Tampon too far?

    No. The cervix (the opening to your uterus) is too small for a tampon to go through.

    Will they lead to rashes or allergies?

    No, they won’t; our products are made from 100% cotton, are chemical free

    What size should I use?

    Usually a size smaller than your flow as tampons soak up all the fluid inside your vagina and can get itchy if it’s too dry

    Can I pee with a Tampon inside?

    Of course you can!

    Is it safe to leave the Tampon inside overnight?

    It sure is! Sleep tight and well, you sure need it during your periods. Make sure you change it as soon as you wake up!

    How do I know when it’s time to change my Tampon?

    If your tampon is completely saturated,  it will slide out with a light tug on the string. The tampon gets heavy and you will feel its presence only when it's time to change. Magic.

    How do I dispose a used Tampon?

    Just wrap the tampon in toilet paper (or put it in a paper bag) and then pop it in the bin. Please don’t flush, it might choke up the plumbing.

    Regular or Super Plus absorbency?

    Regular tampons absorb 9-12g of liquid and are suitable for those regular days. Our Super Plus tampons which absorb 12-15g of liquid should do the trick when your flow is particularly heavy.

    Why MiraiMe organic Tampons?

    Our tampons are made of 100% GOTS certified organic cotton, sourced in Europe 
    Our sources have been certified by the SOIL Association according to the Global Organic Textile Standard (GOTS)
    This organic certification ensures that the product is ethically sourced and produced
    These tampons are biodegradable and the hygiene cover is made up of recyclable plastic 
    You can throw them in the compost heap because they are made from natural fibre

      Important Information for your health

      Toxic Shock Syndrome (TSS) is an extremely rare, but serious toxic illness that can occur in men, women and children. It is caused by a bacterium that lives in human beings. It has been associated with tampon use in some cases. Hence care must be taken to use the tampons as instructed. TSS is potentially fatal and hence must be recognised and treated early.
      Symptoms: The symptoms of TSS can occur suddenly and at any time during menstruation. The symptoms are A sudden high fever, Low blood pressure, Vomiting or diarrhea, a rash resembling a sunburn, particularly on your palms and soles, confusion, muscle aches, redness of your eyes, mouth and throat, seizures, headaches. 
      If you have the above symptoms, you must
      1. Remove the tampon as a precaution 
      2. Seek immediate medical help
      3. Inform the doctor that you are menstruating and might have TSS 
      TSS can recur, even without tampon use. If you have had TSS before, please consult a doctor before using a tampon. 
      Where do I contact for further assistance?
      Please email for any further assistance.