You're super horny during your period, but your periods annoy you?

Pleasure & period?

With nevernot soft tampons you can have sexual intercourse without you or your partner noticing anything.

• No more dirty bedclothes
• Suitable for oral sex
• Absolute well-being and easy handling
• Easier to remove than conventional soft tampons
• 100% free of harmful substances, made in Germany

Customer reviews
Customer reviews
My period is five days, my girlfriend's is six - I'm so glad we discovered soft tampons.
— Jana, Berlin
Customer reviews
I love soft tampons, it's an absolute gamechanger for intercourse! But also in everyday life.
— Clara, Hamburg

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sex and period?

"Sex workers have been using Soft-Tampons for ages! We have improved the Soft-Tampon and we want all menstruating women to know about it."
- Anna & Katha, founders of nevernot


Periods and intercourse are closely related, we have developed the box for absolute well-being for both. #LimitedEdition


Can my:e partner:in feel the nevernot soft tampon during sex?

If the soft tampon is placed correctly (i.e. it is deep enough in front of the cervix), most partners don't even notice it (quote from our gynaecologist: "Most men only notice soft tampons when they are told"). The sponge is very soft and flexible and has taken on your body temperature after a very short time. Our tip: Since soft tampons can also absorb part of the normal vaginal fluid, it is sometimes more pleasant to use lubricating gel.

Do nevernot soft tampons have a contraceptive effect?

No. nevernot soft tampons do not protect against unwanted pregnancy! Please note that you can also become pregnant while you are on your period. Likewise, nevernot soft tampons do not protect against sexually transmitted diseases! We always recommend the use of condoms, which you can safely use with nevernot soft tampons.

I wear an IUD (or similar) for contraception. Can I never use soft tampons?

Yes, in general nevernot soft tampons can be used very well together with a hormone IUD, a copper IUD, a copper ball or similar. If you have had your spiral inserted in the last 6 months or have other concerns, we recommend that you discuss this with your gynecologist beforehand.