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  • Dutchess Menstrual Authentic Original Cups Set of 2 with Free Bags - Small (B) - No 1 Economical Feminine Alternative Protection for Cloth Sanitary Napkins for Menstruation
  • Dutchess Menstrual Authentic Original Cups Set of 2 with Free Bags - Small (B) - No 1 Economical Feminine Alternative Protection for Cloth Sanitary Napkins for Menstruation
  • Dutchess Menstrual Authentic Original Cups Set of 2 with Free Bags - Small (B) - No 1 Economical Feminine Alternative Protection for Cloth Sanitary Napkins for Menstruation
  • Dutchess Menstrual Authentic Original Cups Set of 2 with Free Bags - Small (B) - No 1 Economical Feminine Alternative Protection for Cloth Sanitary Napkins for Menstruation
  • Dutchess Menstrual Authentic Original Cups Set of 2 with Free Bags - Small (B) - No 1 Economical Feminine Alternative Protection for Cloth Sanitary Napkins for Menstruation
  • Dutchess Menstrual Authentic Original Cups Set of 2 with Free Bags - Small (B) - No 1 Economical Feminine Alternative Protection for Cloth Sanitary Napkins for Menstruation
  • Dutchess Menstrual Authentic Original Cups Set of 2 with Free Bags - Small (B) - No 1 Economical Feminine Alternative Protection for Cloth Sanitary Napkins for Menstruation

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Dutchess Menstrual Authentic Original Cups Set of 2 with Free Bags - Small (B) - No 1 Economical Feminine Alternative Protection for Cloth Sanitary Napkins for Menstruation

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Dutchess Menstrual Authentic Original Cups Set of 2 with Free Bags - Small (B) - No 1 Economical Feminine Alternative Protection for Cloth Sanitary Napkins for Menstruation

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  • SET OF 2 Re-usable Menstrual Cups - Pink and Purple. Carry one in the Handbag, keep one for Home. Best Feminine Alternative Protection for Cloth Sanitary Napkins.
  • DON'T BE FOOLED by cheap imitation cups. Choose the Authentic Original Dutchess Cups. Small Size B - Suitable for petite framed women who have not given birth, or who have had a c-section, or under 25 years old. FDA Registered.
  • EASY grip stem for ease of removal and ridge-less body so its simple and easy to clean.
  • 100% BODY-SAFE Super Soft Medical Grade Silicone as used in Infant Pacifiers. Phlalate Free, Latex Free, Dioxin Free, BPA free.
  • LASTS FOR YEARS - Save Money & Care for the environment and make the economical and eco friendly choice. 100% Waterproof
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This is a great product!! Please read my review for more.Let me start off by saying, "I love this menstrual cup!" I purchased it a month ago, and had to wait to use it until I started menstruating. However, I did practice putting it in before, so it wouldn't be too awkward when it was that time of the month. It was actually pretty easy putting it in and taking it out (more on that later), but I will say that I don't have super heavy periods. Even on my heaviest day, though, it only filled the bottom third of the cup at max, so there was never an issue of leakage or having trouble when getting it out. I also should mention I am 32 and have had 2 children, if that helps answer questions as to what size to get. I personally made the switch over to a menstrual cup because it was worrying me using tampons with all the recent cases of TSS (toxic shock syndrome). I was ready for a safer alternative for both my body and the environment. I picked this specific brand because I had read good reviews on it and I liked that I got two for a low price. They are really comfy, and truly once I cut the little tip off I couldn't even feel it while it was in place no matter what I did. I left it in all night with no problem. I went running with no problem. I did everything I normally do, and had no problems! I would recommend you wear a panty liner for the first time until you are comfortable. For me, it was so nice being able to just leave it in and go about my business all day without the worry of having to change it like a tampon every two hours (which is really inconvenient when you are a busy mom with two homeschoolers on the go).Now, as far as the care and how to use it part. Follow the directions!! Boil them for 3 minutes prior to first time use. Make sure when you boil them you put them in a pot with a good amount of water to allow them to float. Do NOT let them sit on the the bottom of the pan which is right on the flame! Once you are done boiling, let them cool by setting them on a clean cloth or paper towel for a few minutes. When you are ready to insert the cup I recommend you make sure if you have kids they are entertained for about 10 minutes. That would be really awkward if a child interrupted you while trying to insert it. If you have baby wipes (also I recommend to have) clean you vaginal area of any blood or discharge before putting the cup in. Then find a position you are comfortable with either sitting down on the toilet with your legs spread or standing up with legs apart in a slight squat. Fold the cup according to the instructions, and using your thumb and index finger slowly start pushing in into your vaginal canal. Now, I want to say, if you have never reached up there and felt your cervix you might want to do this first when you are not menstruating just to accustom yourself with your body. This is a really important aspect since you will need to push the cup fully against your cervix and then use your finger to make sure it has formed a seal all around it. When you push the cup up you will let it unfold and continue pushing it in. Do not be alarmed if you hear noises such as a sucking sound, squishing, or even a weird fart noise since air might have gotten up there is is being pushed out as you adjust the cup. Repeat on the noises when pulling it out too. Personally, I found it hilarious, as did my husband who was outside the bathroom. Okay, back to the cup, once you have it up there and feel you have it in place clean up yourself and walk around. Sit down and see if it is comfortable. The first time I put it in during my testing phase, when I sat down it was not comfortable due to the tip which was easily fixed by simply cutting it off (be sure to not cut the cup itself if you need to do so). Once I cut the tip, all was well in the world of my vagina.So now, the cup has been in there all day (about 8-12 hours), and it is time to remove it. Again, make sure any children are well entertained and you have some privacy for about 10 minutes. I heard some women say they had to remove it in the shower because it was messy. I never had to and I never had a mess. I simply sat over the toilet, reached in and pinched the bottom part of the cup. Very gently and slowly I began pulling it out at the same time moving it side to side to help release the suction. Remember when I mentioned noises? Prepare yourself for some fun ones! Keep slowly pulling it out and be sure it stays facing up by pulling it straight down. Once you have it out simply pour the contents out into the toilet and wipe it down. Once you have finished your business and are ready to put it back in be sure to wash it off! Hot water and soap. Once it is clean again you can go through the process of reinserting it again! Be proud. You have officially used the Dutchess Menstrual Cup successfully!I hope this review helped, and if it did please let me know! Happy shopping! 5Best thing to happen to periods since Chocolate.Ladies, gather round'. Bring your vaginas. So, I heard about menstrual cups way back in the day..and by that I mean in 2014. I immediately shut the convo down. Nope. Not gonna having. Not today, certainly not tomorrow. I have endometriosis so I cramp and bleed A LOT and the idea of shoving a cup my vag and then emptying it just...ugh..shudder.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 5Worth a shot!I never thought I'd be interested in using menstrual cups, but I recently read some reviews on menstrual cups in general that made me reconsider. These are my first menstrual cups, and I basically just chose the ones that seemed like the best value. I ordered the small size, which initially still seem pretty big.If you haven't tried menstrual cups before, I know they are extremely intimidating, but you really need to try and stay calm when first using these. The first time I tried these, I inserted it while in the shower. This is probably the easiest way to do it for someone new to these. I had seen from other reviews and tutorials online to fold the cup for insertion. I used a C fold, and while there was a slight second of pain when I first started inserting it, it was nothing overwhelming, and it was gone as soon as the lip of the cup made it past the opening. Once you get that first part of the cup in there, the cup basically just slides the rest of the way in, at least for me, so insertion is really not that bad. After you insert the cup, you are supposed to twist and tug it slightly to ensure that it unfolds all the way. If done correctly, you should experience some resistance as you pull on it because of the suction after it unfolds. Twisting it is really hard to do, at least for me. Maybe I'm not doing it right, but I can never seem to grip it hard enough to actually twist it. However, I still always try, and I will sometimes do some lunge/squatting moves just to get it to move around so I know it unfolded. I always make sure I get resistance from the suction before I'm satisfied that it's inserted properly.So, the first time I inserted it, I did all of this, and was extremely satisfied with how easy the insertion was. However, I then started to panic about whether I'd be able to get it out, so I attempted to get it out right after inserting it. I kind of pushed it up really far when I inserted it, so I could barely reach the stem. When you insert it, you definitely don't need to push it up far. It actually just moves into place if you have most of it inserted, so don't do what I did. Anyway, I was barely able to get a hold of the stem, and I started worrying about pulling it because it was really difficult to just grab the stem, and I kept pinching skin. If you have a small or tight vagina, it is going to be difficult to grab the stem and get a good grip on it like it was for me. After I was finally able to get a grip on the stem, I started pulling, but the suction made it really hard to pull it out. I was worried about pulling too hard and ripping the stem off. I was getting tired of fiddling around down there, and my vagina was growing irritated, so I finally just pulled the stem really hard, and the cup finally came out. The whole process of removing it the first time took around 10 minutes, and my vagina was pretty irritated afterward. The second time I tried removing it, later that night, I experienced the same problems, but slightly worse because my vagina was still irritated and swollen from earlier, so it was even more difficult to find and grip the stem. It did get easier to remove with every attempt after that. Now that I've become more used to the process of pulling it out, here are my tips:1. STAY CALM! Stressing out will only tighten your vagina and make it harder to remove the cup.2. Push/bear down to move the cup towards the opening of your vagina to make it easier to reach and grab.3. Don't be afraid to pull hard on the stem. It is necessary until you can break the suction.4. Try to break the suction by pushing or pinching the base of the cup when you can reach it. This will make it much easier to remove.5. Do not spend a lot of time trying to get it out. This will irritate your vagina, which will make things worse. If you are having trouble, take a break and do something else to relax before making another attempt to get it out.As everyone else has said, there is a learning curve to using these! It took me a couple days before I could insert/remove them outside of the shower, but I'm glad I stuck with it. Once these are inserted, you really can't feel them. I always have this awareness of something being in there, but I feel the same with tampons. I think they do put a little pressure on my bladder causing me to need to use the bathroom more, but that's the only side effect. If inserted properly, you will not leak. The only times I've had problems with leaking is if I wear it too long. My periods are really heavy the first couple of days, so the cups fill quickly. One night of wearing one of these, I did not leak at all for the first 5ish hours but began to leak later, and it was evident after I removed the cup that I should've emptied it earlier. So, if you're having problems with leakage, try using a different fold when inserting, make sure there is resistance when tugging the stem after inserting, and try emptying the cup earlier. Removing the cup is also not very messy unless you've leaked like I did. Otherwise, everything just stays in the cup.If you use a menstrual cup, make sure to WASH YOUR HANDS before inserting AND removing, make sure the cups are clean before inserting, and boil them between periods. I use vagisil to wash my hands and cups for insertion/removal during my period. They also sell menstrual cup wash, and some people just use water to avoid reactions with soap. No matter what method you use, just make sure you're being really sanitary.Overall, I do really like menstrual cups. They are cheaper in the long run than tampons and pads, and they are more environmentally friendly. I also don't have to worry about changing them as often as tampons or pads, and I don't leak like I do with tampons. While they might seem gross to some people, especially during removal, I actually feel like they are more sanitary. Insertion is actually really easy, and removal becomes easier with a few uses. The cups seem big and awkward, but you really can't feel them when they're inside. I was still able to feel the blood move around, like you can using a pad, which can make it feel like you're leaking when you're not, so I wouldn't say I completely forgot about my period when using these. However, that feeling lessens when the flow is not as heavy. I would definitely recommend these to any woman, and I think every woman should at least give these a try! 5Warning!These are not party hats for cats. Do your research.My wife asked me to order them for her and even though they don't fit the cats she kept them anyway. No idea what she's going to do with them. \_( )_/ // yes I know what they are. I'm just reviewing all my old purchases and cant honestly review this item as I haven't yet figured out a use for men. So I figured I'd try to be funny.Yes my wife is happy with them.//update. Wife here. I actually hate them. Here's why:They leak, I've been using a diva cup for a year prior to purchasing these. They just cant seem to seal correctly. If you're used to the diva cup, I don't advise these.If you liked this review and it was helpful to you, please consider marking it as helpful and checking out some of my other reviews.If you have any questions at all please ask. 2Spend the money for the brand nameI lost 2 Diva Cups and was REFUSING to spend the money (again). I chose this brand based on reviews and it being "Amazon's choice"....no, no, no.The GOOD: This brand comes with TWO cups and two bags - perfect for me since I run a high chance of misplacing these things based on experience.The BAD: The bags are cheap. The cup is cheap. It's quality doesn't compare to its brand name competitor.The UGLY: For those of you with menstrual cup experience, you know you have to have the cup "open" to secure placement. I could not, for the life of me, get these cups to "open" once inside. I tried one cup, didn't work. I tried the other cup, didn't work. And it's not like I was a newbie. I've been using cups for 2 years! I'm not sure if the holes at the rim need to be larger, but something is just not right about these.Overall, not pleased. I kept them (because they were used, after all) but I went back to my tried and true the brand name Diva Cup. 1Game Changer!Game changer! I slept with this cup in, I went to the beach and actually swam on my period with this awesome creation, I basically made my cycle feel nonexistent from day 3-6 of my period! The first 3 days I'm always heavy so there is no getting around except this little cup held up to the task. Instead of changing every 2-3 hours I was able to go a full 7-9 for the first few days then I went 10-12 the last few days! I was so excited! I'm never going back disposable tampons or pads!I bought this one because it was significantly cheaper and came with two cups instead of one. I was nervous because I saw so much about the Divs cup but didn't know if I wanted to spend that much. I still may try other cups just to see if there is a difference. I took off one star because there was a learning curve to this and it seems my body favors one cup over the other. Yes the other one works but wasn't as easy to get it in even though they are exactly the same size, just different colors. Could have just been my impatience. 4Don't wait any longer!!!I waited through 3 cycles to write a review on these to make sure none of my fears came true that kept me from buying these for so long. First I am a mother of 4 and I have extremely heavy cycles (like changing super Tampax tampons every hour OR LESS for about 48 hours!) I hate my period, its horrible I have to wear tampons AND pads at the same time.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!!!!! 5Best first time experience!Best first time experience! They were comfortable, and there were NO leaks. Definitely more hygienic than tampons and pads.If this is your first time using menstrual cups, I highly suggest looking up tips on how to care and use them online. There are various folding methods and positions that make it easier.What worked for me:Inserting: Wetting the cup w/ water, flattening and then folding it like a taco.Relax your muscles! Keep the cup folded as you insert it. I inserted it with the folded side down.Position used: leg up on the counter/laundry hamper. If the cup was inserted too high, I squatted and then pushed it down with my muscles until it felt comfortable. (think Kegel exercised)Testing if it sealed property: GENTLY use the stem of the cup to see if there is any give to it. Some ladies on the internet suggested twisted the cup after insertion. I haven't tried this myself. I felt the "pop" of the cup and used to the stem to see if it would budge.Removal: Do not try yank it out. Use your muscles to push it down until the bulb of the cup within reach. You can run you fingers around the cup and/or squeeze the bulb of the cup to loosen the suction. Only pull it out when you feel suction release. If you're worried about the mess, you can try it in the shower your first few tries.Hope this helps. I definitely recommend these cups. 5I decided to buy the Dutchess Menstrual Cup because it has great reviews and the comments seemed to be helpful and ...Okay, I finally used my menstrual cup for the first time this past week. I am rating 3 stars because of the points below: I decided to buy the Dutchess Menstrual Cup because it has great reviews and the comments seemed to be helpful and hopeful. I bought SMALL bc I don't have kids, which is suggested on the box. AS far as my experience, i would like to point out a few things:1. IT TAKES A WHILE TO LEARN HOW TO USE IT. Comfort is not going to come from the first try. It is something that you will learn with practice (like most things). However, once you understand the dynamics of your own body and of the cup, it is pretty easy to get it in (I recommend to lubricate the rim with water). I spent an entire day with the cup and when I got home it was half empty on my heavy day. Also be aware that you have to push it in further than a tampon, and the same goes to take it out.2. IT IS NOT EASY TO TAKE IT OUT. I can't stress this enough. I did not do a deep research before I bought a menstrual cup. I am from Brazil, where it is very popular, and I read the reviews, so I trusted it was easy to use. I was just too excited about an alternative to tampons. Well, my experience said otherwise. I went online and found out that many people have this problem, but there are also tips on how to get it out if you are a "newby". The outet is just too short and the grip is just too slippery for me, so keep this in mind as well.3. IT CAN BE MESSY. If you have a heavy flow it can be messy because--different from tampons--the menstrual cup does not absorb anything, so be prepared to clean up your legs if necessary.After being stressed on the first day (will it be stuck forever? will this become more comfortable? Is this cup full already? for example), I really enjoyed this menstrual cup. Keeping it clean is easy, and it is a relieve to not have cotton in your private parts. HOWEVER, there is many room for improvement ladies. 3the cup is currently STUCK!!!Update: (the doctor tossed it so I only have a picture of the string that would use to pull it down.) If I would've written this review 2 months ago, I would have given this cup a 5 stars all across the board. This is my third month using the up, and for the first two it worked pretty well. I still leaked pretty heavily but i assumed that is because i really do have a heavy flow. I use super plus tampax and always ultra thin over nights together and have to change in 45 minute intervals. I decided to try this out because it seemed okay. At first during the first 4 days I still wore and changed my pads with the cup every 45minutes to an hour due to leaks. I could never get the cup to open up completely. No matter how i put it in, it would not open up. I also sewed a string to the stem because I did not want it to get stuck, which worked perfectly. The problem was that at the end of each cycle after all of the tugging and pulling the string would break off along with portions of the stem. So by the end of my third cycle there was a nub of a stem left. When i pulled down on it, the string came out and the cup stayed. 5 DAYS LATER, still no cup, I cant reach it and it has shifted. My husband tried, and Ive tried all of the hacks and none of them work. The material of the cup is too soft so it tears easily. The pros are you cant feel it inside you, the cons are since its so soft it doesnt work properly. I have a drs. appointment just to retrieve the cup because now im feeling a lot of discomfort. I believe that i am going back to tampons. They maybe super expensive each month but i have never lost a tampon inside of my cervix. I would like to try a firmer cup, but this experience has made me pause. I am going to wait to see what the obgyn says, if the cups are a good idea or health risk before i would even consider purchasing another. 2
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