Dutchess Menstrual Authentic Original Cups Set of 2 with Free Bags - Large (A) - No 1 Economical Feminine Alternative Protection for Cloth Sanitary Napkins for Menstruation
- SET OF 2 Re-usable Menstrual Cups - 1 Pink and 1 Purple. Choose the Authentic Original Dutchess Menstruation Cups - Large Size A for Larger framed women - Suitable for women post Child-birth or over 25 years. FDA Registered.
- SAVE MONEY and Care for the Environment - No more expensive Tampons and Sanitary Napkins to end up as landfill.
- COMFORTABLE TO WEAR & EASY TO REMOVE - Premium Quality - Set of 2 Period Cups - Use your complimentary Hygiene Pouch to store one in the Handbag and store one for Home!
- BODY-SAFE - Super Soft Medical Grade Silicone as used in Infant Pacifiers. Phlalate Free, Latex Free, Dioxin Free, BPA free.
- LASTS FOR YEARS Easy grip stem for ease of removal and ridge-less body so its simple and easy to clean. 100% Safe to be worn overnight.
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Use during woman's menstrual cycle instead of tampons or pads. Menstrual Period, Feminine Care, Sanitary Napkin Alternative, Tampon Alternative.
100% Medical Grade Silicone
Empty your menstrual cup 2-5 times daily. Can be worn safely overnight. Upon emptying, just rinse your Dutchess Cup with water. Sterilization can be achieved simply by boiling the silicone cups for 5 minutes before every monthly period, or by using a quality sterilizing liquid.
Please seek professional medical advice if you have or think you may have a medical gynecological condition prior to using a Menstrual Cup. If you feel any discomfort, discontinue use immediately and consult physician. These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration.
Color: Set of 2 (Pink and Purple) | Size: Large (Pack of 2) | Style: POST-Childbirth
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Please Sterilize your Dutchess Reusable Menstrual Cups before use.
Dutchess menstrual cup is a healthy, safe and conscious alternative to pads and tampons. Dutchess Cup is a reusable silicone cup that collects your menstrual blood. Inserted like a tampon, Dutchess Cup sits comfortably in your vagina and can be safely worn for up to 12 consecutive hours.
100% Medical Grade Silicone
Learning how to effortlessly insert and remove your Dutchess cup can take some patience and practice. Just like riding a bike, it may seem intimidating or even impossible at first, but once mastered, using your Dutchess cup will feel natural and easy. You can wear your Dutchess menstrual cup for 12 consecutive hours. You must empty your menstrual cup at least twice a day.
Please seek professional medical advice if you have or think you may have a medical gynecological condition prior to using a Menstrual Cup. If you feel any discomfort, discontinue use immediately and consult physician immediately. These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration.
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Fear #1 " Will it leak all over and I will be mortified if its in public or at night all over my bed!?!?" I have only had this leak once and it was my first cycle and I'm not sure I had it in correctly. There is a learning curve, I recommend wearing a thin pad until you feel comfortable that you have inserting it mastered.
Fear #2 "Will it get lost in there and I will have to go to the hospital or something to get it removed?!?!" NO NO NO NO I was surprised that it doesn't go in there that far at all and when you sit on the toilet you can easily pull the tab to get it out I have to kind of refold it to get it out, so it doesn't cause any discomfort.
Fear #3 "Will it stink?" I had no odor concerns at all until, on my second cycle I got brave and didn't change it for about 10 hours or so at night. I'm not gonna lie, It smelled like a rotting dead fish!!! I soaked it in lemon juice and then boiled it in vinegar and the smell went away. I would not recommend wearing one of these for more than 7 or 8 hours TOPS. I change mine out every 4-5 hours on light days and every2- 3 on heavy.
Fear #4 "What will happen in a public bathroom?" No matter what brand you end up purchasing having TWO is the key. You always have both with you. If you are at home keep the second handy in a drawer or whatever. Out and about keep the second in your purse or bag. In the stall, remove your used one, dump as much out as you can and wrap it in toilet paper, then insert your new one out of your bag. Then discretely carry your used one to the sink and wash it with soap and put it in your bag for the next time you change it. The best option is to find the big stall that has the sink in the stall!! I don't boil mine until my cycle is over. (unless I leave it in too long and it smells!!)
I really hope that this review helps you in your quest for period freedom! I know I wish that I had not waited so long to get these, they truly have changed my life! I can go for long periods (pun intended) without changing them. I don't live in fear that it's going to leak like I always did with tampons. And I literally sleep better at night knowing that I'm not going to wake up to what looks like a murder scene. BUY. THEM. NOW!!!!!
Three pregnancies and two kids later I'm a lot more comfortable with my Vagina and the things that may need to go up in there. I've been using tampons but since giving birth and the inevitable stretching of things I've run into a problem: either the tampon is too big and I feel like I'm giving birth to a tiny, bloody baby or it's too small and it kinda just slides down close to the opening and chills. Couple that with the ridiculous amount of blood and tissue I lose monthly (3 boxes of tampons, ladies. Each month. ) I was ready for a change. The only alternative I came up with besides pads (which, no. I change enough diapers, thanks.) was a menstrual cup. After researching if it could get lost in my vagina or migrate to my uterus and also running out of tampons.. again, I decided to just go for it. I found these and decided to try them because they had better reviews than the Diva Cup and Luna which Dr. Google said I should try.
Girl. Listen, these things changed my life. I'm no longer wandering around slightly slumped over just in case my tampon decides to slide even further down. No longer am I wondering if I'm going to leak out at the most ridiculous times. I watched FIFTEEN different videos about how to fold out before they came and I fully anticipated struggling with it. I had already practiced the "new things take time to adjust to and you've gotta find the right fit for you" speech in my head. Do you know I did a quick punch down fold and I was fine. No leaks, no drama, no tears. I was worried about taking it out bc it seemed hella sketchy, nope. Just grab the end and twist. I didn't have a problem with spillage (but again, endometriosis, so I'm used to being really careful about the crime scene in my pants) or fit. Legit left it in for twelve hours. I felt like one of the women in the commercials. Like, damn, I probably could play tennis or swim or ride bikes or go on a picnic or some $#!+ with my new friend, Duchess. So, my advice is to try it. It's super easy to use, well made and you get two of them in case you have to flee the country or fight crime. For real girl. You need this
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easy to insert and relatively easy to remove even if you have zero experience;
really comfortable to the point that you completely forget about it being inside you;
massive savings for the future;
on the days with less flow you just have your normal life if you remember to empty the cup every 12 hrs
there are still leaks regardless of how much I twist and turn the cup;
on my heavy flow day I still have to go to the toilet every 2 hours to empty the cup, same as with the jumbo tampons. In the past, it would have been just any toilet, now it needs to be a toilet with a sink;
I still have to get up in the middle of the night to empty the cup;
I am still worried about leaks and have to wear a security pad at all times;
Similarly to some tampon producers, I would prefer two different sizes in a 'large cup' box to account for heavy flow days and for normal flow days. I honestly do not know what to do with another cup of the same size other than giving it to a friend or waiting for the first one to be out of use.
Easy to insert and remove with a little practice - plenty of videos on You Tube to help you. The major advantage is you can leave it in for up to 12 hours as it holds 3 times more than a tampon. This is a game changer for me - no more back and forth to the loo at work or worrying that your tampon has leaked. Can see this will be great for travelling and other times when getting to a loo is difficult. No leaking apart from on my first go which was my fault as the cup hadn't been inserted correctly. Tried it with a sanitary towel at first until I was sure it wouldn't leak but now feel confident enough to just use the cup.
In short: you get 2, you'll be free of tampons and sanitary towels, you'll be more in touch with your cycle and the amount of blood you lose (a lot less than you think!), plus you'll be saving money and the environment.
lt's made me almost enjoy my period!
The initial concept of the cups is a bit daunting, but in practise I can't recommend enough.
Cleaning the cup isn't as bad as I thought it would be, most of the contents go down the toilet without being seen, and rinsing it out isn't too bad.
I have used these cups whilst horse riding, and swimming, and no leaks or movement.
I really, really have been converted. When you think about how many sanitary products get sent to landfill, or flushed, these cups seem an awful lot more environmentally friendly (depending on how long they last), and will save me a small fortune.
I really can't recommend these cups enough - and if I can be converted, anybody can!
After trying for the first two days of my flow I have now given up - it's the worst brand yet and I feel like I've wasted my money. I should have gone with the Organi Cup which was fine.
Firstly the material seems to be a lot less soft/flexible and is quite uncomfortable to insert. The nipple for removal is soooooo short it's really an ordeal to get it out and takes ages to retrieve (very messy).....with other moon cups they allow you to cut the stem to suit your own needs.
AND it LEAKS!!!! Like really leaks ....and I've used enough moon cups to know how to insert so it's not down to lack of experience, The cup fills up really quickly. I've overflowed so many times already which never happened with previous moon cups.
Needless to say it doesn't get my vote.
My only criticism is that it doesn't hold enough at night and so I have to get up in the night to empty it once or twice for heavy days.
Overall, easy to clean and store. Fairly easy to use once you find a fold that suits you and you get the knack.
For the past 25 years I have been using pads to manage my periods, only using tampons if I went swimming! like the majority of other women out there.
I have been thinking what happens to used pads and tampons, general waste and plastics that can’t be broken down, so I googled what else was around and found the menstruation cup. At first it did freak me out a bit putting a cup that size inside me, but surprisingly it wasn’t that bad the bit that took ages was making sure it was sat right and the cup had unfolded into place.
The first time taking it out I was panicking thinking it wouldn’t come out and I would have to go to hospital to get it removed!
Once I calmed down and remembered to relax my muscles so it “let go” of the cup you can squeeze the bottom of the cup slightly and pull it out.
I have only used these once at the moment for my current period and I have not leaked once. I have been wearing a pad just incase but not one drop has leaked, my flow isn’t too heavy but I was still emptying every 3/4 hours as I was paranoid it would be full, which it never was!
Today went 12 hours and it was fine! No more pads or tampons for me! Just my cups and me!
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