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The DivaCup Model 2 Menstrual Cup

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Product Description

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The DivaCup is a reusable, bell-shaped menstrual cup that is worn internally and sits low in the vaginal canal, collecting rather than absorbing your menstrual flow. Menstrual cups have existed since the 1930s when women were searching for an alternative to the choices of the time. Yet, its breakthrough into the feminine hygiene industry is much more recent. Many women feel uneasy about changing their menstrual care routine. Years of dealing with the sights and odors of disposable tampons and pads cause the familiar reaction: "ick!". The DivaCup empowers women to connect with their bodies and menstrual cycles like never before. Perfect for all activities (on air, land or sea), its easy care and use make for a better period experience. Wear The DivaCup for up to 12 hours without leaks or worry.

Product Details

Size: 1
  • Product Dimensions: 6 x 3.6 x 2 inches ; 1.6 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 1.6 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Domestic Shipping: Item can be shipped within U.S.
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  • Origin: USA
  • ASIN: B000FAG6XA
  • UPC: 885143798904 857538000022 882923367466 857538000015
  • Item model number: 0022
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (2,198 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #596 in Health & Personal Care (See Top 100 in Health & Personal Care)
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2,049 of 2,076 people found the following review helpful By Rachael Herron on March 23, 2011
Size: 1 Verified Purchase
Seriously? Why doesn't everyone know about this? It's like this weird secret -- I mentioned it jokingly in a bar the other night, practically under my breath (while blushing), and three women SQUEEEED as we all came out of the Diva Cup Closet and talked about our Secret Love. And one woman mentioned that she couldn't wait for her next period, and I swear to god, I FEEL THE SAME WAY. It's crazypants, people.

Why is it a secret? Why aren't we telling EVERYONE?

1. First, let's all get over that it's blood. Yes, it's blood. It's coming out, one way or another. I've found the Diva Cup cleaner than tampons (after that first month which was a very steep red learning curve, indeed. Second month, I had it down and used it while traveling. On a plane. For reals.)

2. Don't worry that you're too heavy a bleeder. The packaging says most women bleed 1 to 1.4 oz a month. Me? I fill the 1 oz cup in 3-4 hours on my heavy days. No problem -- I used to have to swap tampons every 1-2 hours in the bad old days, and now I don't. Quick dump, rinse, replace. (Great idea someone had about bringing a water bottle into the public stall. Or really, a little piece of paper will wipe it out just fine, replace and go, wash it when you get home.) I used to go through an entire box of tampons a month, plus pads. In less than three months, this has paid for itself.

3. Don't worry that you're not built for it. FULL DISCLOSURE and TMI ALERT: I have TWO cervixes (and two uteruses, two -- jealous? It's called uterus didelphis, not as uncommon as it sounds, no one even noticed in me till I was 35, and I'd had multiple ob procedures), so I wasn't sure this product would work. I even wrote to the company before I bought it, and they didn't know, either!
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377 of 379 people found the following review helpful By Mo M. on January 8, 2015
Size: 1 Verified Purchase
For those who want to see the size difference...
Left - Model 1 pre-birth
Right - Model 2 post-birth
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941 of 1,010 people found the following review helpful By Bev Morris on June 9, 2007
Size: 1
The Instead softcup caught my eye while searching for tampons one night, so I bought some to see what they were like. I really liked the idea behind them, but I thought they were too messy, wasteful, etc. At least tampons will *eventually* decay in landfills. Plastic won't, so to use 5-6 plastic disks a month... I had issues with that. Plus, I have a very heavy cycle, so while I do believe it's possible to use the Instead cup without making a mess, I never achieved it. I had to take a washcloth with me to the bathroom to avoid looking like I'd just violently murdered someone.

So, I did a bit of research and discovered Diva cups. And, WOW! Since they're shaped differently than the Instead, they are easier to use, plus I can remove mine without reenacting the Boston Massacre.

Since I do suffer from mennorghia, I cannot go all day without changing it, but I've bought myself a little bit more time between trips to the ladies' room. I used to use 2 tampons every hour. Now, I just empty this every 2 hours. Lol, I'm starting to feel almost normal!

The menstrual cup is easy to use and comes with complete directions. Instead of being surprised by my period and ruining underwear, when I feel the tell-tale backache, I insert the cup and just check it a couple of times a day. I may actually start buying nice underwear again!
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629 of 689 people found the following review helpful By Live Green Mom on September 22, 2011
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THIS REVIEW IS FULL OF TMI~ I was tired of using tampons for many reasons - ecological, potential chemicals in tampons (noted for possibly creating a vaginal dryness issue). I know I can't give them up 100% but I wanted an alternative. I have had 2 kids so size #2 was what I bought. Ladies, there is a learning curve. You need to be comfortable putting your fingers up inside your vagina. Once you get the hang of putting it up there, you have to reach up & give it a half turn to activate the suction that keeps it in place & catches you flow. You also need to be able to reach up and push in the rim to break the suction. You also have to be ready to deal with a full cup of blood. All that being said, I figured it out fairly quick. I only need to change it 2-3 times every 24 hrs. I do not recommend it for being out & about too much, trying to change one of these in a public bathroom is next to impossible. Esp if your little kids are with you. One thing I LOVE about it is - no string that gets wet with pee if I forget to move it aside to go, AND - it stays put when I poop. If you are a woman you know how annoying it is to push out a tampon because you have to poop. It SEEMS like it is pushing out but the suction pulls it back when you finish. I did warn you folks that this review was full of TMI - hope it was a help!
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484 of 533 people found the following review helpful By Jersey Giant Chicken on December 10, 2010
Size: 1
I love this product so much that I feel compelled to share my glowing review. My once-dreaded period is now more of a Minor Annoyance than a Big Upsetting Deal (I'm not one of those women who loves the beauty and nature of the flow, although this product has actually made me appreciate it a little more). I first heard of it from some coworkers: one who had just converted, and one who was considering. "It sounds like a good idea," said I, "but I can't imagine changing and cleaning it out in a public restroom!" It was then pointed out to me that, generally, you can insert the Diva Cup once in the morning and once at night. My interest was piqued. I had long left daytime pads behind (demoralizing wet diapers - how some vagina-squeamish friends of mine prefer to wear them is beyond me) but was never thrilled with tampons. There was the unpredictability of flow, the panic if I was somewhere that didn't have a trash can in the bathroom or stall, and, oh yes, the fact that I didn't like wearing them overnight because of TSS risk. See: back to demoralizing wet diapers. And both those options leave the Disgusting Smelly Trash Syndrome: no matter how clean I was down there, how well-wrapped my discarded tampon or pad, how much I changed the trash, there was always that telltale smell. Sorry for the grossness, but ladies, let's face it, we can be clean as anything, but blood + air = odor. The diva cup has changed all this!

I'm not freaked out by my body, so my only remaining concern was how easy it would be to insert and remove. As my cycle loomed ever closer, I bit the bullet and bought one from my local Whole Foods. Now, as a tiny-framed childless early 30s lady, I wondered if I truly needed Model 2.
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