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Diva Cup Diva Cup #1 Pre Childbirth

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Diva Cup Model 1 Pre-Childbirth + DivaCup DivaWash® Natural DivaCup Cleaner -- 6 fl oz + DivaCup Model 2 Post-Childbirth
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Size: 1
  • Product Dimensions: 6 x 3.6 x 2 inches ; 1.6 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 4.8 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • ASIN: B000FAG6X0
  • Item model number: Größe 1
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (1,282 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #1,631 in Health & Personal Care (See Top 100 in Health & Personal Care)
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Size: 1

  • Alive Award of Excellence 2008 Gold
  • Clean, Comfortable, Convenient
  • Reusable: Economical and environmentally-responsible
  • Proven Reliable Protection! No Leaks
  • Top Grade Silicone - No latex, rubber, plastic or BPA
  • Cotton Carry Bag & Diva Lapel Pin Included!


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    Customer Reviews

    Will save you so much money in the long run; instead of buying tampons/pads every month!
    M.Mehard
    I was a little nervous that it would take me a couple of tries to get the hang of it, but really I got it right the first time I used it.
    Chelsea Lynn
    After you get through the trial-and-error of insertion and removal, the cup is surprisingly clean and easy to use.
    Rola

    Most Helpful Customer Reviews

    1,136 of 1,145 people found the following review helpful By Jennifer Lainley on July 30, 2006
    Size Name: 1
    I am extremely happy with my purchase of this product. The Diva Cup website and the menstrual_cups community on livejournal are excellent sources of information on the benefits of the cup and how to use it, but I will include here what I found most helpful.

    The cup is worn inside the vagina, somewhat like a tampon but much lower. It is very flexible and is folded for insertion (so don't worry about how big it looks at first - I am small-built and I use it easily). Once inside, it may take a little manipulation to unfold, but I got the hang of it very quickly. The cup should unfold all the way, so that the rim creates a gentle suction with the vaginal walls. This ensures that the cup catches and holds menstrual blood. It can be worn up to 12 hours at a time, at which point it should be emptied, washed, and reinserted. It is easy to use with practice, though some women take longer learning to use it than others. Using water or water-based lubricant is helpful for some beginners. It is extremely comfortable; when it is inserted correctly, you should not even feel it.

    Using the Diva Cup takes away a lot of my worries during menstruation. It doesn't leak like a pad or tampon sometimes does. It holds an entire ounce, which is 1/3 to 1/4 of the average woman's flow for the entire period, so it does not have to be emptied as often. Most only need to empty it once in the morning and once at night. I don't have to worry about running out of pads or tampons, or remembering them when I go out somewhere or on vacation.

    The Cup is made of silicone (the kind used for replacement heart valves and joints, not breast implants!) so it is non-absorbent and does not dry out the body's natural fluids. Therefore it has not been and is not likely to be associated with TSS.
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    237 of 248 people found the following review helpful By Ava Neyer on May 24, 2006
    Size Name: 1 Verified Purchase
    I've been hearing my friends and women on various online groups, message boards, and chat groups rave about these things for the longest time, but was hesitant about ordering one for myself because of the price. After one very long and messy period where I was forced to spend $5 on a tampon at a club, I finally broke down and ordered a Diva Cup. I wish I had done it sooner.

    No longer will I have to haul around pads, tampons, and pantyliners. The initial cost of a menstrual cup is far less than what I was spending per year on other products, and the Cup lasts a lifetime. Not to mention that the Cup is much better for the environment and much easier to port around. The Cup comes in a cute little floral cloth pouch that looks similar to a tiny change purse.

    Insertion and removal was a bit tricky at first. I searched for the menstrual_cups community on livejournal and found better instructions than the ones that came with the Cup. It took me about 4 or 5 tries to get it to where it was painless and working correctly and it takes some people longer, but it was so worth it.

    I can't feel it at all. You can do basically everything but have sex with it in (Get "Insteads" if you want to do that). Running, jumping, cartwheels - nothing has dislodged this baby. How long you leave it in depends on how heavy your flow is. The Cup holds a lot more than a tampon, so you only have to change it 2 to 3 times a day. You can wear it overnight and for very long periods of time without fear of TSS.

    I just got mine a week ago and already I am buying a second so I can have one for my purse and one for my bathroom.

    The Diva Cup comes with a one year money-back guarantee so you will not regret buying this!!

    Edit: Update 2011. Still love it. If you go camping, it makes menstruating out in the middle of the woods very easy.
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    258 of 285 people found the following review helpful By blnkfrnk on July 2, 2006
    Size Name: 1
    I've been using a Keeper, the rubber original version of this device, for nearly three years. It's changed my life for the better in terms of convenience and comfort. The only reason I bought a Diva Cup is because I lost the Keeper while travelling. Otherwise, I believe it would have lasted for a lifetime as advertised. D'oh.

    And losing the Diva Cup or Keeper is really the only problem you'll face after you initially learn to use the product (It's easy, and there is a helpful brochure with diagrams included with the Diva Cup.) Now that I've used the Diva Cup, I can say that I prefer it somewhat to the Keeper for two reasons: 1) the silicone Diva Cup doesn't make squeaking noises when I'm trying to insert it, which is an embarassing tendency of the rubber Keeper, and 2) whatever concern was in my mind about developing a latex/rubber sensitivity is gone because I know silicone to be inert and completely harmless in that regard. It would not surprise me if the Diva Cup actually lasted longer than the Keeper (which was beginning to look a little shopworn after three years, though it worked just fine) given the longevity of the other silicone utensils I've owned.

    You'll get your money's worth with either product-- you can swim, dance, do cartwheels, and enjoy non-penetrative sex while you're on your period, and you'll eliminate the expense and hassle of disposable products from your life. I wonder why I went through years of annoyance and irritation before I switched-- I just didn't know any better. I'd reccommend the Diva Cup over the Keeper for anyone who is worried about developing or aggravating a latex/rubber sensitivity, and for anyone who's getting tired of causing "squeak SQUEAK squeak squeak" to ring out in a public washroom. Just don't lose it-- I've never been to a physical store where they sold these, so I'd suggest buying two and keeping one in the bathroom cabinet or something.
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