JuJu can be used by most women, however, there may be some anatomical differences or conditions such as vaginismus, pelvic organ prolapse, a retroverted uterus or poor pelvic floor tone which may make it too difficult for some women to use a menstrual cup. 

If you have any concerns regarding the suitability of a cup in your particular situation, please seek the advice of a qualified healthcare professional.

Material, allergies and sensitive skin

The silicone used in the manufacture of JuJu Cups is 100% medical grade and has been independently evaluated for biosafety. 

JuJu cups do not contain any additional colours or dyes, are latex and BPA free, fragrance-free and free from bleaches and absorbency agents.

Toxic shock syndrome (TSS)

If you have previously suffered from TSS it is recommended no internal sanitary products, including tampons and menstrual cups, be used again unless under the direction of your medical practitioner. More on TSS.

Virgins and young women

Most virgins and young women can successfully use a menstrual cup. Please visit our FAQs section for more on cup use and virginity.

Birth control and STDs

JuJu can be used in conjunction with the oral pill. If you are looking to use JuJu in conjunction with an IUD such as Mirena, please read more on menstrual cups and IUDs in our FAQs section.

Do not use JuJu as a contraceptive or during intercourse. A menstrual cup will not protect against sexually transmitted diseases (STDs). 


JuJu Menstrual Cup must not be used for postpartum bleeding, following a miscarriage or a termination due to the risk of infection. 


If you have thrush, please discontinue the use of your menstrual cup and visit our FAQ section for more on thrush/yeast infections.


JuJu is intended for personal use only. Never share a menstrual cup with anyone else.

Always read the label. Use only as directed.


During the research and design phase, some of Australia's leading ergonomists and product designers were consulted to ensure that a functional and well-designed product was created. JuJu is smooth and easy to clean during and between cycles.

Manufacture and origin

JuJu is Australian made and owned. Our menstrual cups are manufactured in a clean-room, in adherence to strict standards set by the International Organization for Standardization (ISO).

Registration and certification

The sale of medical devices including menstrual cups is regulated in Australia by the Therapeutic Goods Administration (TGA). The TGA is a government agency which safeguards public health and safety. 

JuJu Menstrual Cup is an Australian Registered Therapeutic Good (ARTG) no. 180153 and was listed on the ARTG on 16/02/2011.

JuJu Menstrual Cup is also an FDA listed medical device in the USA.

The silicone used in JuJu Menstrual Cup has been independently tested for biosafety and carries biocompatibility and toxicity certificates of compliance.


More questions?

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