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DivaCup Model 1 Menstrual Cup

DivaCup

DivaCup Model 1 Menstrual Cup

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Product Description Product Description
  • Between the ages of 19 and 30 and have a medium menstrual flow? Meet the Model 1.
  • No more monthly spending on period products. Buy the DivaCup once, use for up to a year.
  • Enjoy secure, comfortable, leak-free protection for up to 12 hours.
  • No harsh chemicals, no single-use plastics. Look after your body and the planet.
  • Low maintenance. Simply remove, wash, and reuse.
  • Diva International Inc is an ISO 13485:2016 certified medical device manufacturer, and DivaCup products are deemed safe for use by all major international and state-level regulatory approvals including Health Canada, US FDA, TGA (Australia), COFEPRIS (Mexico), DIGEMID (Peru), the KFDA (Korea) and the state of California.
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Inserting/Removing- not so bad!!I hesitated on getting a diva cup for a loooong time. What s the holdup? I was scared of:-insertion/removal-blood in a cup-cleaning out a menstrual cup anywhere but homeFirst, insertion/removal is SO MUCH EASIER WHEN YOU KNOW THE TRICKS!- Inserting:1. The instructions come with two modes of insertion. The first is the normal one you see, and the second has been my go-to. (See picture for reference.) You place your finger on the edge of the cup and push it down towards the center of the cup, this creates a triangular shape. Now, the top of the cup is the size of a tampon, and it s far easier to insert. I also think it makes it easier for the cup to unfold correctly when placed.2. Don't worry so much about the shape of your vagina- if you have inserted a tampon, you ve got the idea. Same goes for relaxing your vagina muscles- I never focused on it, and it never became a problem.3. Checking if the cup is fully expanded is hella hard for me. I twist it as much as I can, then I usually give up. You can feel when the cup expands just from the base, and this has been enough for me to tell. I haven t had a single problem with leaks.- Removal: now this was interesting. My first removal felt like I was giving birth to a lime sized baby. The suction truly does exist. By fear not! As soon as I figured out the right way to do it, it was smooth sailing on USS Menstrual Cup. The trick? Push it out. Literally. The first time I tried to remove the cup, I thought I had forever lost it to the seas of the female body. The moment I discovered I could push it out, the stem would beautifully present itself without any trouble. Wow! You ll still want to pinch the cup to break the seal, but that s the easy part. Getting the thing within pinching distance was a really simple but for whatever reason completely unintuitive thing to me *facepalm*.-Blood in a cup sucks. You d be amazed at how unappealing it looks. Prepare yourself. If you re queasy, this might be a struggle for you.- Where/when?? Every 12 hours is SOOO NICE! Trust me, you re usually home within 12 hours. If you re not, find a private bathroom, take it out, rinse it off, stick it back in. One reviewer mentioned she does this in the shower at night- genius.Overall, this has been really exciting! Pads suck! Tampons turn your precious ecosystem into a desert! The diva cup isn t perfect, but it s the best menstrual product I have ever tried.*I would not recommend this product to someone who isn t ready to go digging in their vagina quite yet. 5Love it, use it every month, and it works with an IUD!I have been using this for 3 cycles now and I love it! Here is a little bit about my experience with it so you can get an idea of what it's like: First of all, I have an IUD, and I haven't had any issues with it at all. That was one of my biggest questions before buying the cup, so based on my personal experience, I think it's safe when used correctly. On my heaviest days the cup might last me around 6 hours but the other days it can last up to 12 hours. And I can't feel it at all. I know some people complain that the stem at the bottom bothers them but I haven't noticed it. Another complaint I read about before I bought the cup was that some people felt like they couldn't pee with the cup in, like it was pushing on their urethra, but I haven't experienced that at all. I often sleep with it, and that way I never have to get up in the middle of the night, which is really nice. The first time using it is kind of weird, but I think it's easier to learn how to use than tampons were. I'd recommend trying it for the first time on a moderate or light flow day, because things can get messy if you don't know the technique. The first time I used it I worried it was going to get stuck inside me, but just remember that the vagina is a muscle--if it can push a baby out, it can push the cup out! Also, the vagina can stretch a lot so it's very possible to reach multiple fingers up there to get the cup down. I know that might gross some people out, but it's just biology. As far as leaks go... I've had a couple, but I think they were mainly because I put the cup in wrong. The key is follow their instructions (e.g. "Insert the cup straight back towards your tailbone"...I was thinking like, what? My vagina goes up, not sideways... But when I ignored their instruction it leaked. I don't get it but I know they're right.) So my advice is wear a panty liner the first several times you use the cup just in case, and after a while you'll get the hang of it! Also, I do use the cup at work. Sometimes I can go all day without having to empty it but other times I just go in at a time when the bathroom's empty. Yes it can be messy, but it's not that bad. Just remember, periods are natural and nothing to be ashamed of. I feel like it's sort of empowering to be unafraid to get up close and personal with my period. All in all, I love this product and I'm never going back! 5WHITE PANTIES. NO STAINS. IT'S A MIRACLE.YOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO LET ME TELL YOU ABOUT THIS THING.Okay, so nearly everyone with a period will tell you NO UNDERWEAR IS SAFE. No matter what you use, no matter what color the underwear is, the blood will find a way to destroy it... UNTIL TODAY.I wore PRISTINE WHITE AS LILIES PANTIES the other day. And as I was getting ready in the morning I was like "Wait, I'm going to get my period soon. Better cup up to be safe."I went through my day living my life with no hint or indication that I was bleeding from below, that is until I emptied my cup.THAT MOTHER WAS FILLED TO THE BRIM. Apparently I had not only gotten my period but the entirety of a Quentin Tarantino film had taken place under my skirt. I'm talking elevator-of-blood-from-horror-masterpiece-The-Shining levels here.And my snow white panties? NOT A DROP ON THEM. You would have never known my vagina was the battle ground for Freddy Vs. Jason. Needless to say this is the BEST THING for people with periods to avoid holding another mourning session for their favorite pair of undergarments.Never using pads or tampons again. THANKS DIVACUP! 5It's not as scary as it sounds.I'll start off this review by stating that I am not a hippy. I am not an earth mother or a goddess or even a back-woods trekking girl. I'm a 25 year old ex programmer that sits on her ass a lot and doesn't really care about the environment.However, I, like any other sane female, hate my period and have dreamt of it becoming easier to deal with for as long as I've had it. I've heard whispers of how great the Diva cup is and how many problems it solves, so I grabbed one online.There are a lot of reviews talking about 'a learning curve' and how it's 'difficult to master'. I'm going to say that I did not have such difficulty. I found it easy to use simple to get started with. I've had no major leaks since the first insertion. Mine's still new though and out of mistrust, I wore a big pad for backup the first two days. I've now downgraded to a little pantyliner.If there are two big beginner tips I'd have to give right off the bat, it'd be:1. Cut your friggen nails. I learned this the hard way, learn from my pain.2. Everyone seems super confused about how far to shove the thing into their bajingo. It does not need to hug your cervix, it's not birth control. Just fold it over like all the pictures, shloop it in, give it a little push, and it's in the right spot when you have a second artificial and much less fun clitoris. Have that nub just shy of the curtains and you're golden.As for how it's been working for me, I have to say I'm pleased as punch. I hear girls who haven't tried it whining and crying about having to empty the cup and see their own goopy surprises, but you don't even have to look at it really. Just tip it over when you're still on the can, say goodbye to the scaries, then give it a rinse. It's really no more disgusting than pulling out a soaked cotton wad from a cotton rope that was hanging out of your crotch dangling around in your sweat, not to mention getting peed on every time you go and then flushing it and slowly destroying your house's pipes. In fact I'd say it's quite a lot better than that.I'm personally loving the feeling of nothing. I hated the closed off dampness of being stuffed with cotton and wearing a pad, keeping all my sweat on me and just ugh. It was like having to change my own diaper constantly ( I have a very heavy flow that needed both a super tampon and overnight pad every two to four hours ). Now I just clean my cup every six hours on my ultra heavy days and my life is practically normal and happy, if a little crampy.Also, I'm cheap and didn't buy the hippy vagina wash. I use regular hand soap and it's working fine. I mean it's silicone, it doesn't absorb anything so just rinse it off properly and make sure it's clean.I give it two fingers up. 5Wish I had found out about Menstrual cups sooner1) you must be comfortable touching yourself2) you must be comfortable getting a bit messy3) have a sink nearby4) relax!If you are dry it can be a bit of a pain to get situated. There are a few ways to fold the cup to get it in and have it pop open but not all will work every time. I have had to insert and reinsert this a few times because the cup wouldn't open.I will push my vaginal walls out with my fingers in hopes to open space up enough for the cup to pop open - this works about 50% of the time.I will spin the cup to make sure nothing is pinched in still - this will cause leakage, and spinning helps prevent a vacuum seal which will make removal difficult.I insert and remove at home - where I have a squatty potty. This, I have found, helps everything immensely! I have tired to insert in the tub while squatting, sitting on a regular toilet in a public bathroom, and while standing with a foot up. Using the squatty potty is the easiest, followed by the tub.Public bathroom is the worst due to fear of germs, dropping it, getting to a sink etc. This should not discourage anyone tho! I have had years and years of practice with tampons and have been using this for not even a year! Learning curve is there, but once you know how to get it in and get that down it just becomes practice.Tips: you should NOT leak, if you are leaking it is not in right or you have the wrong size in. I am 32 with no children and use Cup 1 - I have purchased cup 2 to see what the difference should be. There are also different brands - if Diva doesn't work another style may help based on the depth of your cervix.These cups wont be too big - the vagina is like an umbrella and will open to accommodate the 'girth'. You should not feel this at all (unless you kegel). Tampons you can sometimes feel - they are long, or are poking something in an odd angle, and they dry you out - this, you should not feel at all as the vagina itself has no nerve endings. However, if you are uncomfortable the stem could be to long, you could have a shallow cervix, or it is in at an odd angle and poking at the wrong angle. If so, take it out and re-insert.You must fold this to insert it!Tip 2: Before you insert clean yourself up, insert it, and clean yourself up again. This will help you figure out if you are leaking truely or it is just blood caught around the cup after insertion.Tip 3: know your flow! I have overflowed this cup once - I noticed leaking and removed the cup; it was full!If you have mucousy flow it will 'fall out' as you remove the cup. Be prepared!Sanitize in boiling water after your cycle. This should last you YEARS!COMPARISON:I purchased DivaCup Size 1 as my first menstrual cup. My cat has a rubber and now silicone fetish and proceeded to run off with it after I rinsed and put it on the sink before insertion.Figured I would buy some of the 'generic' or less expensive options, try them out and compare since DivaCup is on the pricer side.DivaCup $28 ishAnigan EvaCup 2/$35 dual packAthena $20Blossom $18I chose the LARGE or Size 2 for each cup except my original DivaTo start all cups are the same in height - about 2.5" high - you can see in the image with the yard stickI used each cup for a few days of my cycle, both light and heavier/mucusy flow. All worked perfectly, there were zero leaksDivaCup Size 1 is for prebirth/under 30. Size 2 is postbirth/over 30. The difference is the overall width through the entire cup, the difference is slight.DivaCup is by far my favorite except that the stem is open - that collects blood/fluid and it is difficult to clean. The wider stem does help it with removal but not all the time. It also only comes in clear, it will eventually discolor since blood stains.DivaCup has a moderate firmness and a thin edge. It is easy to fold and insert and opening is not an issue most of the time (suction is to blame the times it is difficult)Blossom Cup is my second favorite. It is visually similar to Diva, comes in funky colors which is a bonus for the staining. I got Red which is really a salmon color, should have chosen lime green. It has a thin edge just like Diva and is moderate in firmness. Easy to fold and insert, opening is not an issue. The body is slightly softer than Diva which may make removal difficult. I tend to grab the base just above the stem to remove.My least favorites are a tie between EvaCup and Athena Cup for different reasons.Athena Cup is SOFT - very flimsy, the edge and body squeeze too easily and they just feel inadequate. The softness of the cup makes it hard to have the edges pop open inside you. These cups were the ones I had the most difficulty with.I just could not get these to open without a lot of internal manipulation (pushing the vaginal walls out to give the cup room to expand). I also had a tough time removing the cups - because they are so soft when you grab the body of the cup it squishes, I couldn't get a good grip. They do come in funky colors and I love the black and teal.EvaCup has the exact opposite problem, they are FIRM. The edge of Eva is thicker than Diva and the rest, not in width but in length down the cup. This edge is very firm, much firmer than the body which is firmer than Diva by far. This makes folding the cup much more difficult and insertion harder. It does help with popping the cup open but I found if I didn't have a really good firm grip on the cup it opened before I had it high enough. I could feel the cup and had to remove and reinsert a few times before it was high enough and in the right spot to do its job. Eva also comes in some funky colors - the two that came in the dual pack were pink and purple.OVERALL:Any of these will work, the best is to pick one and figure out what you like/dislike. Too firm, not firm enough, hard to remove?Firmer go with Eva, softer go with Athena, somewhere in the middle Diva or BlossomColors - go with anything but Diva 5and the instructions looked like they were photocopiedI received a counterfeit product. The silicone was thinner and the cup weighed less than my old one, the box was a different color, the bag was a different color and smaller, and the instructions looked like they were photocopied. 1This isn t for low or medium cervix vaginasI m disappointed, I bought this brand because of its quality and time in the market, but even after trimming all of the stem, it wouldn t fit properly in my vagina, since my cervix is medium/low, so it was leaking a lot. It s uncomfortable to remove as well, because the upper part or (rim) is too thick. They only offer 2 sizes depending on your age or whether or not you have delivered babies, these references doesn t work at all. And also since I bought model 1, it takes so little flow I had to empty my cup too frequently (every 2/3 hours) since I have heavy flow, specially on the second day. I would only recommend it if you are sure you have a high cervix and normal/little flow. This is the second brand I ve purchased in the last few months, and I m now sure bodies are different, selecting a cup is about knowing how high or low is your cervix, and about how heavy is your flow. Ps: the air holes seem to be too small. And the stem is hollow, so it s more comfortable to wear than others but it collects dirtiness, but it s also harder to clean. 1LOVE LOVE LOVEI'm on my third day of my first period using the Diva Cup and I think I love it! The first day I felt a little like a mad woman in the bathroom with a bloody cup and fingers...there was some cursing. My cervix sits pretty low on that first day so the stem and some of the textured bottom poked out a bit which wasn't the most comfortable thing but it was kinda reassuring that I could feel it there. It wasn't falling out so I left it alone and t was fine. Removal was a bit messy and I probably fiddled with it more than I needed too because I was nervous about it leaking. The upside to all my fiddling was I learned how to put it in and remove it quickly.The second day my cervix had migrated a bit further up so the entire cup sat up inside me and was pretty comfortable. I had to push a bit to get the stem to pop back out so I could pull it down and break the seal, but I never leaked. I went to bed that night wearing just the cup and underwear. No backup pad for me cuz I'm a rockstar. No leaks at all.This morning my cervix was ever more up there, but again, super easy to bear down and grab. I was paranoid the cup was going to get sucked up into my vagina and be lost in some void never to be seen again, but I see now that was quite silly of me and not very logical.So far I love it! This far into my period I would have used at least half a box of super nighttime pads (Allergic to something in tampons so I can't use them, and I tend to bleed towards the back. My crack seems to make a nice blood funnel so I need my pads to cover my whole booty or else the blood goes right around the pad and to the back of my underwear. ) I've probably only filled this thing maybe 2 1\2 times so far which isn't much blood...makes me wonder why pads always get so damn soggy?? What gives they're always a soggy crime scene.I loved sleeping comfortably, no diaper rash from a pad, no smell, no mountain of garbage in the bathroom...I was able to step out of the shower like a normal human instead of racing around frantically trying to shove something between my legs so I didn't bleed all over my legs, towels and the floor. I'll be able to go swimming on my period which I couldn't do before because of my tampon allergy... It's been blissful. All hale the diva cup. 5After hearing AMAZING things about this product and being all together fed ...So here is the tale of my maiden voyage with the Diva Cup...After hearing AMAZING things about this product and being all together fed up with the cost of tampons, I decided to give the Diva Cup a try and I was actually really excited about it! The benefits are super appealing. You save tons of Moo-La in the long run. Your used tampons won't be polluting the earth long after your gone and done bleeding all over the place. And no more running to the bathroom all the damn time! I was sooooo excited. I was ready for my life to change...And BOY has it changed.Last night I sterilized that bad boy, watched all sorts of YouTube videos, read articles, read the directions in the box 3 times to be sure, then I popped it in like the pro I was.Fast forward 5 hours to about 2 am, I wake up to go potty and decide to check on the little homey that I was sure was going to be my new best friend during that bloody, slasher film time of the month. But, that thing had shifted. It had travelled north and was at a weird angle. And that suction was kin to what I would imagine to be the same strength as the suction cups on a giant squid....Fast forward 4 hours later, it's 6 am and I am porky piggin' it in the squatting position on my bathroom floor, nuckles deep in my vagina, sobbing on the phone to my husband who is deployed over seas, trying to figure out how the hell to get out of this nightmare.Ended up doing a half day at work and making an emergency visit to my OBGYN. She raved on and on about how great the Diva Cup was and "blah, blah, blah learning curve". Then she saw what I had going on down on the business end of things, and after ten minutes of her tugging and pulling on my cervix, making it feel like my whole uterus was about to be ripped out, she finally admitted once the Diva Cup had been destroyed in order to break the seal, that she really would understand if I never tried another menstrual cup again.All in all, this was a good experience in the sense that I will never put a suction cup anywhere near my nether regions again.My maiden voyage with the Diva Cup is similar to that of the Titanic's. Luckily, I survived. That Diva Cup, on the otherhand, did not make it and the jury is still out on my poor lady parts. I would not recommend this product. 1Love it but the directions need a little amending.I got the Diva Cup about four months ago. I'd been seeing stuff online about menstrual cups and how they were the holy grail of feminine products so I wanted to try it out. I was mostly interested in the fact that they can worn for up to 12 hours because I like to go to bed without having to think about timing my tampon changing to allow maximum uninterpreted sleep. I also never remember to buy tampons and every month I'd have an "Oh sh*t, I don't have tampons" moment at work/school/place-without-tampons. Every. Single. Month. And then I'd have to do the whole awkward find another woman and discretely ask for some lady products thing.So anyway, I ordered a Diva Cup. Now that I've had it a few months, I think I can offer some feedback. First of all, I love it for the fact that it doesn't have to be changed often. Even on heavier days, I've never had the cup overfill in 12 hours. Changing the cup twice a day is awesome. It took a while to get used. I kept thinking "Oh my god, it's been four hours, I better check!" But I've been letting it go longer and longer and, as I said, it has never overfilled. Buuuut, it will leak if you don't have it in right. I found the instructions on inserting it to be a little too bland, so let me spice it up for you. After you fold or squish the cup to put it in, you HAVE to make sure it opens back up. It can't be smooshed. The directions tell you to twirl the base of the cup, but that's a more complicated move than they make it out to be. So let me offer some advice: you can't be dainty about touching your lady. You have to reach up in, with, like, two fingers, and maneuver the cup around until it suctions to the walls of your vaginal canal. Tug it down a little to test the suction-- you'll feel it pull a little bit when it's in right. It's also supposed to sit low. I found that mine will not sit super low. Apparently my cervix is up in Russia, because the cup seems to be able to float up into the void forever. That being the case, making sure it's suctioned seems to be the key to keeping it in place. One more tip. If the cup seems a bit stiff at first, run it under hot water and smoosh it up for a while. It will get more flexible.Overall, I think the Diva Cup is awesome and works fine so long as you allow yourself the time to get the hang of getting it in right. It might be a good idea to use it on your days off at first in case you do mess up and get leaks. You'll also probably be in the bathroom longer than usual trying to get it worked out, so keep that in mind. Be prepared to see blood, clots and little tangles of fibers. The human body is both disgusting and fascinating. 4
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