ThermaCare® Menstrual Pain Therapy

Up to 8 hours of menstrual pain relief.

ThermaCare® Menstrual Pain Therapy HeatWraps send real heat deep into your muscles to relax contractions and relieve period cramps for up to 8 hours. Why do heating pads help cramps? For similar reasons that heat helps many areas in pain: heat stimulates thermoreceptors, which block pain signals to the brain and increases blood circulation to the area. While your grandmother might have used a heating pad for period cramps, ThermaCare® Menstrual Pain Therapy HeatWraps are far more convenient! Unlike an ordinary heating pad for cramps, the ThermaCare® HeatWraps attach under your clothing. They’re thin and discreet enough to wear under clothing on the go or while relaxing.

Soothing Heat Therapy

  • Provides soothing heat for 8 hours of menstrual cramp pain relief.
  • Ultra-thin design conforms to your lower abdomen for discreet comfort wherever you go.
  • Thin enough to wear discreetly under clothing.
  • Can be worn at home or on the go.

*Use as directed.

How to use ThermaCare® Menstrual Pain Therapy HeatWraps

Follow these helpful tips to get the most out of ThermaCare® Menstrual Pain Therapy HeatWraps.

  • Step 1

    Peel away paper to reveal the adhesive side.

  • Step 2

    Place on the painful area, with adhesive side against underwear and not against the skin.

  • Step 3

    Make any needed adjustments and firmly rub over the adhesive to firmly “lock” it in place.*


Try These Tips For Relieving Menstrual Pain

It’s common for women to experience some cramping with their period. It starts a day or two before their period starts and can continue for a few days after it ends. The pain comes from increased prostaglandins, which trigger uterine muscle contractions to help expel the uterine lining.

  • Bring the heat: To get some relief from period pain, try placing heat wraps for menstrual cramps on your lower abdomen. Put it below your belly button with the adhesive side against your underwear. Also take a warm shower or bath. Even drinking a warm beverage like tea could help.
  • Take a walk: That desire to curl up on the couch may be tempting but hold off just a bit. Regular exercise can help ease period pain.
  • Give yourself a massage: Grab some aromatherapy massage oil and use your fingertips to lightly massage circles around your lower belly area.

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*Read full product labeling for complete usage instructions.