We get it, we know you're probably asking yourself how you can wear this disc and have sex at the same time.
Here's some information that might help...
The vagina expands when aroused in preparation for sex and unlike tampons or menstrual cups that sit in the vaginal canal, the disc sits above that area in the vaginal fornix as pictured below:
As a result of this, if the disc is inserted properly, neither you nor your partner should be able to feel it. However, if your partner or toy is particularly large (good for you btw!) there may be some contact with the disc. Don't worry, this should not cause any discomfort and the disc should not shift.
If your disc is a little out of reach after sex, don’t panic! As we mentioned, the vagina can actually double in length when you’re aroused. In addition to that, rigorous internal movement can shift the disc a bit but it’s nothing to worry about. If that happens, simply wait 30-60 minutes and push with your pelvic muscles (like you would when you’re going to the bathroom) and the disc will immediately move into the vaginal canal making it easier to remove.
It is important to note that it also does not protect you against sexually transmitted infections. The disc also does not protect against pregnancy; we always recommend you prioritize your preferred method of birth control.