Yoni Egg User Guide: How to Insert, Remove and Clean your Yoni Egg

Yoni Egg User Guide: How to Insert, Remove and Clean your Yoni Egg

This is a guide on how to insert a yoni egg, how to remove a yoni egg and how to clean a yoni egg.

Inserting your Yoni Egg

To insert your yoni egg;

  1. Clean your egg as per the instructions below
  2. Inspect your egg to check it has not been chipped during clearing or storage
  3. Find a comfortable position, this may be laying down, squatting or sitting over the toilet (be careful not to drop your egg in the toilet)
  4. Lubricate your vagina opening (the vulva) with lubricant or water
  5. Position the egg with the larger side of the egg pointing upward
  6. Part the labia with the other hand and gently insert the egg into the vagina (larger end of the egg inserted first)

Removing your Yoni Egg

To remove your yoni egg;

  1. Relax and breath slowly. 
  2. Stand, kneel or squat on the ground. Squatting will shorten the vaginal canal and make it easier to remove your egg. You can also sit on the toilet but need to be careful you don't drop your yoni egg in the toilet.
  3. For drilled eggs: pull the string as you would when removing a tampon.
    For undrilled eggs: gently bear down and your egg may come out. If your egg does not come out, insert your index and middle finger into the vagina and hook them over the egg, bringing the egg lower until you are able to scoop the egg out.
  4. Clean your yoni egg as per the instructions above
  5. Allow your egg to air-dry, then store your egg in the pouch provided.

If you are unable to remove your egg, you may wish to leave it a little longer as eggs will often come out on their own when the vaginal m begin to tire.

Cleaning your Yoni Egg

Clean your egg before and after each use. Yoni eggs can be cleaned in warm salty water or with a mild soap or feminine wash and warm water. 

Avoid harsh cleansers or soaps with lots of fragrances and always thoroughly rinse your egg after washing to remove any residual cleaning product. 

Do not boil your egg as this may cause your egg to crack or chip.

Inspect your cup to ensure it has not been chipped during storage or cleaning.



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