About Our Period Pain Relief Device
Period Pain Relief Device
Is Ovira's period pain relief device the right product for me?
I have Endometriosis/Fibroids/PCOS/Adenomyosis, can I use the device?
What makes our device different?
Where can I use the device?
How often can I use the device?
Are there any side effects?
How long does the battery last?
How does Ovira's period pain relief device work?
What are its technical specifications?
Can I use the device if I'm pregnant?
Will the device impact my fertility?
I have an IUD, is the device safe for me?
What is your warranty?
What's included in the kit?
Where do I place the Love Handles?
How To Use Your Device
How do I turn the device on?
What does the yellow light mean?
How do I replace the Sticky Gels?
Can I sleep with the device on?
How do I clean/store the device?
Orders & Shipping
Payments & Health Insurance
Do you accept Klarna?
Do you accept Afterpay?
Can I claim my period pain relief device through my Health Insurance Provider?
Can I use my HSA/FSA card to purchase?
Updated by Customer Care team
A fully charged battery should last for a maximum of 12 hours on the lowest setting (there are 40 levels of intensity). You'll know when your device is fully charged when the light turns green.
If you choose a higher intensity, the battery won't last as long, but you should still get about 5 — 8 hours of pain relief. 🙌🏼
A yellow light will appear when the battery is running low. Once it's out of juice, just put your period pain relief device on charge using the USB cable provided until the green light turns on again — this should take approximately 1 hour.