Your Order Status
When will my order arrive?
We know how it feels waiting for an order. This is why all our orders are tracked so you can follow your Myoovi order all the way to your door. See delivery timelines here.
How often can I use Myoovi?
As much as you'd like!
Our bodies are all different, so some of us may need to use it for longer periods of time and that is completely fine. If you do feel any discomfort then maybe take a little break or move your Myoovi to a different spot.
Does Myoovi come with a warranty?
All our products come with a 1-year warranty from the date you bought it.
So if you come across any issues or your product is just not working the way it should be send us an email on Support@myoovi.co.uk and we will be sure to resolve the issue or send out a new one :)
Our warranty doesn't cover issues caused by damage or misuse.
What if I want to return my order?
Our bodies all work differently, and that's okay! That's why we have a 60 day return policy.
If you're not completely satisfied with your purchase, just send it back to us in its original packaging within 60 days of receiving your order and we'll give you a full refund.
If you need any help, our customer service team is always here to lend a hand at firstname.lastname@example.org
More Than Just Menstrual Health
Did you know your overall health is totally linked to your menstrual cycle?
I’m struggling with my Pain
Period pain has long been normalised, but the truth is that if you’re having really painful periods, it’s probably a sign that something isn’t right with your health.
It could be a symptom of endometriosis or adenomyosis, but it might also indicate that you’re stressed or run down.
I’m struggling with my Mood.
Our mental health and menstrual health are kind of inseparable.
At certain points in our cycle, we might feel more sensitive and less resilient, but serious monthly mood swings could be a sign of a hormonal imbalance - or that cortisol is calling the shots!
I’m struggling with my Skin
For some of us, acne isn’t something we can leave in our teenage era.
Some people experience a breakout around ovulation, for others it’s a symptom of PMS - but either way, it’s a sign your hormones aren’t happy.
I’m struggling with Bloating
It’s not unusual to experience bloating or a change in your toilet habits around the time of your period - but that doesn’t mean it’s something you should put up with.
Our gut health can also be impacted by menstrual health conditions including endometriosis.