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  • Lena Sensitive Menstrual Cup - Small - Clear - Regular Flow - Soft Beginner Cup - Made in USA - Sensitive Bladders & Period Cramps
  • Lena Sensitive Menstrual Cup - Small - Clear - Regular Flow - Soft Beginner Cup - Made in USA - Sensitive Bladders & Period Cramps
  • Lena Sensitive Menstrual Cup - Small - Clear - Regular Flow - Soft Beginner Cup - Made in USA - Sensitive Bladders & Period Cramps
  • Lena Sensitive Menstrual Cup - Small - Clear - Regular Flow - Soft Beginner Cup - Made in USA - Sensitive Bladders & Period Cramps
  • Lena Sensitive Menstrual Cup - Small - Clear - Regular Flow - Soft Beginner Cup - Made in USA - Sensitive Bladders & Period Cramps
  • Lena Sensitive Menstrual Cup - Small - Clear - Regular Flow - Soft Beginner Cup - Made in USA - Sensitive Bladders & Period Cramps
  • Lena Sensitive Menstrual Cup - Small - Clear - Regular Flow - Soft Beginner Cup - Made in USA - Sensitive Bladders & Period Cramps

Lena

Lena Sensitive Menstrual Cup - Small - Clear - Regular Flow - Soft Beginner Cup - Made in USA - Sensitive Bladders & Period Cramps

Lena

Lena Sensitive Menstrual Cup - Small - Clear - Regular Flow - Soft Beginner Cup - Made in USA - Sensitive Bladders & Period Cramps

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  • A BETTER PERIOD. Lena is a reusable menstrual cup that collects your monthly blood flow. Inserted like a tampon, Lena Cup offers a complete protection and an odorless and sensation-free period. Join thousands of first-time menstruation cup users who say they will never go back to using pads and tampons.
  • STAY ACTIVE AND COMFORTABLE. Dance, run, swim and sleep with your Lena Cup - think of all the times your period held you back! Easy to insert and remove, Lena is ideal for menstruating users of all ages - wear your cup for up to 12 consecutive hours.
  • MADE IN USA and FDA-REGISTERED. Lena is the most affordable USA-made and FDA-registered feminine hygiene cup on the market. Lena uses US medical grade silicone and dyes to ensure complete safety so you can trust your body is getting the best.
  • AS NATURE INTENDED. Abnormal pap smears, rashes and yeast infections have been linked to the use of pads and tampons. Choose a healthier period - Lena Menstrual Cup only collects your blood without drying out your vagina.
  • ECO-CONSCIOUS. Reduce the environmental impact of your period by switching to a reusable cup. With proper care, the same Lena Cup can be reused for many years. Our 100% recycled packaging is chlorine-free and printed using vegetable-based inks.
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Constantly leaks :-(So I've had this for 6 months and have given it plenty of time to "work" for me. I do love the way the exterior of this cup feels. My old Diva cup was so uncomfortable that I nearly gave up on menstrual cups entirely. This one slides in like it belongs there. It's silky, doesn't press against my bladder, and isn't too difficult (for me) to insert or remove.So what is the problem? CONSTANT LEAKS.This is kind of critical because the reason I've transitioned to menstrual cups is to get away from using pads. I can't do that if I'm having to protect myself from this thing leaking. It kind of defeats the purpose of using one if you ask me. I don't know if my cervix is too high (I do have a high cervix) or if I'm too active (I am... but my bladder is also super sensitive which is why I'd really like to stick with Lena's sensitive line) but it's definitely not a good fit for me. I am confident that this would do well for someone with different anatomy (hence the 3 star review instead of 2).I tried the Blossom which do open more easily after insertion, but removing those are quite painful. I'll give those another try too, but I've just ordered the LENA Sensitive Large (Full Disclosure: I have NOT had children) to give that a shot. Obviously, I really want to like this brand of cup... so much so that I'm willing to waste another $25 to see if I can make it work. We'll see!UPDATE: I bought the Lena large. It also LEAKS! I have not had a leaking issue with the Diva, Blossom or Si-bell cups. I can forgive comfort issues; I cannot forgive it not doing it's job. VERY disappointed. 1I'm a persnickety cup user, and even I love this cup!Simply an amazing cup. One of the best I've tried so far, I absolutely LOVE it.- The silicone is even smoother than the original. Inserting it is easy and there's hardly any resistance. It feels sturdy even though it's softer than the original Lena, and it's finished off expertly, no seams or ridges to deal with.-It's somewhat less springy than the original, but that's to be expected. I still found it simple to get open (I like the 7 fold with this one), and VERY easy to remove. However, it doesn't cause any pressure on the urethra, bladder or bowls (at least in my experience), but it holds it's shape well throughout activities. I have yet to sleep with it, I imagine it would be fine though.- The shape is unique and a favorite among cup users. Although I usually prefer V shaped cups, I found this Sensitive version to be more suitable than the original. I'm usually aware of the other Lena cup I own, but I could walk around all day without noticing this one.-One con I have personally is that it's not available in any colors. I prefer colored cups to help minimize staining. This is merely an asthetic preference though and doesn't effect the functionality, so I'm not subtracting a star for it. I also understand that it's probably congruent with the "Sensitive"/"Simplicity" image for this cup, and many women dislike the idea of dyes. So...I get the reasoning behind leaving it white (and the white pouch with polka dots matches adorably with the cup itself).Lena's customer service also deserves a shout out! This company is absolutely the best to deal with that I've even experienced during my cup journey. I previously (months ago) ordered a large Lena per the recommendation they provide for people who have given vaginal birth. It was uncomfortable however, and they provided me with a free small cup (both original). Since then I recommend Lena heartily to anyone who the cups would suit, they're awesome! Having known better, I ordered the small again in the Sensitive version. (I feel like this needed to be said.)Anyway, great company, great cups. Much love! 5This cup changed my life in ways I did not expect!I cannot stop sharing the wonders of this cup with the world. Since I have already shouted from all the social media rooftops about what a life-changing product this is, I figured it was high time for me to let Amazon customers know-- The Lena cup is FAB. U. LOUS.I recently decided to begin using non-hormonal contraception (copper IUD), knowing that with that comes the likelihood of a heavier menstrual flow during your cycle, but I was NOT prepared. No woman wants to feel like she is 13 years old again, but that's what my cycle was-- messy, EVERYWHERE, ruining clothes and sheets, with extremely intense cramps. I was at the point where I was wearing maxi pads with super tampons in an effort to make sure I didn't bleed through my clothes at work and popping NSAIDs on a timer. It was miserable.Enter the Lena cup. A few of my friends had mentioned they moved to a menstrual cup after getting a copper IUD, but I was completely unaware of how pleasant my period could be after making the switch. While there was a definite learning curve, I just took the time to view a couple of youtube videos, read the insert and used a liner with the first cycle employing this cup. IT WAS MAGICAL! 12-hours of no bleed through, minimal cramps and I didn't have tampons dictating my productivity while at work. Let me repeat one point: MINIMAL CRAMPS! No more dosing up on pain killers and Midol. Not to mention my SO and I were able to sleep in bed without layers of towels beneath us during my cycle.Now, many of the women I know ask if it can get "stuck." While it can't get lost inside you, there are definite times when my cramps seem to grab hold of the cup a little stronger than others, but by relaxing my muscles, removal is no issue. The key is to read up on how it should rest inside you and definitely not to place it directly against your cervix.I feel robbed by the tampon industry after buying into their propaganda for years. This cup has literally changed my life. I carry a couple of liners in my purse and a tampon in case something goes down, but I consider myself a full-blown menstrual cup convert. Lena sensitive was perfect for my body and I wish every woman knew there were other options than using bleached cotton objects to manage your flow. 5First time using a cup, and i love it!I did a lot of research and watched a lot of youtube videos before buying this cup. It's my first time and i thought, this is sort of scary, something you insert in and leave for 12 hours?! that's insane. This is my first cup, so i don't know what to compare it to minus a pad and a tampon. And i must say.. i'm never ever going back to using tampons or pads. This cup trick can be tricky at first, you're not sure how to insert it, and you're always afraid it'll leak. I've used this about 4 or 5 times now, and trust me, it gets easier. I think i've only leaked two or three times, but you can tell when you're leaking, so for the first couple of times just wear a thin panty liner just to play it safe.Anyway, this cup is amazing, i would recommend it to anyone. On average, i wold change my tampon about every 3-4 hours not a person with a very heavy flow either, except the 2nd day of my period. But i ordered the small sensitive cup and i think i only fill up about half way through during the entire 12 hours i have it in. OH! and the little end piece that helps you pull the cup out needs to be cut. I actually panicked about not having it because how the heck was i supposed to take it out?! You wanna cut it, because when i had mine, even with it slightly long, it was rubbing against my skin and started to hurt. So once you cut it, youll find that it's comfortable and when you need to take it out, just squeeze the bottom of the cup and that will release the suction and the cup will come out as you pull it. Very easy process, i love it. 5Easy, Comfy, Well madeAMAZING! I am 23, had a first rough start with menstral cups but thought I d give Lena Sensitive a try and loved it!I have a low cervix so this shorter cup served me well. I really really like how soft the rim is compared to the rest of the body, I ve noticed a lot of cups tend to have a harder rim compared to the body but this makes it extremely easy to take in and out especially because it s soft makes it easy to minupulate. I like using the origami fold with this cup, though I know most use Cfold, personally I just can t insert comfortably with such a wide fold. Ppl have mentioned that softer cups are harder to pop open once inserted, but I actually found it really easy since the rim naturally hugs around the cervix, it s easy to tell. I would just press around the bottom of the cup and sweep all around the bottom to make sure there isn t any folds, or spinning it works too if you d prefer. If I really couldn t get it open after that, usually means the cup is beyond the cervix, I d just pull it down a bit and then push it back up and it opens. I also cut the stem off and filed it down for a smoother rounder bottom. I found the grip was a little irritating for me and not needed so prominently for a softer cup since it was so easy to remove. With a file that was an easy fix but still easy to insert and remove. Though be mindful if you do decide to file, the silicon doesn t turn out as a perfectly silkily smooth finish, but I still found it was better than before and 100% worth it. Just remember to use some sort of lubercant (personally love coconut oil all natural blend with essential oils) on your cup if you are using it on your lighter days. Overall wonderful product, satisfactory design and would highly recommend, particularly to younger gals starting out. 5Amazing cup! Do your research!I've used a cup for about three and a half years. My previous cup was the smaller size Lunette Menstrual Cup - Violet - Model 1 for Light to Medium Menstruation - Natural Alternative for Tampons and Sanitary Napkins. The Lunette worked well for a long time, but my last few cycles I noticed it felt different inside me and didn't work as well (maybe due to age?). I started researching cups and came across the LENA and decided to try the sensitive in the larger size. It works amazingly well! More comfortable than the Lunette (and I thought the Lunette was super comfortable), no leaks and easy to remove and insert.The was a little bit of a learning curve inserting it because it has a different shape and is bigger than the Lunette, but now I can put it in just as easily as I did with the Lunette. I use the punch down fold and haven't had any issues getting it to pop open (I do run my finger along the edges after inserting to make sure it's completely open). Cramps have lessened with the new cup as well - maybe because of the softer silicone?I think menstrual cups are amazing and try to recommend them to friends (who usually think I'm a little weird...) It's completely changed that time of the month and I love that I never run out of supplies. I strongly recommend doing research and becoming familiar with your anatomy. Everyone is different and different cups/sizes work better for some people than others. I highly recommend both the Lunette and LENA. YouTube has a lot of helpful reviews as well! 5Good, softer alternative to the originalWhen I bought the orginal lena cup I was super excited because it my first "name brand" cup (I had originally purchased the blossom cup on amazon), and the youtuber starspreciouspads was involved in the design process, so I was really excited to use it, but it was far too thick and too firm to fold into a smaller fold, so I couldn't use it unless I jammed it up there really quickly, otherwise my fingers would get tired and release it mid entry. I was very disappointed and decided to stick my blossom cup until I heard that they had released a softer version of the lena. I liked how the original lena leaked far less than my old cup (when I could get it in ) so I decided to give it a shot. The lena sensitive is the same design, but much softer/ more flexible than the original, which is exactly what I was hoping for. Although they are the same thickness, it folds better (due to the softness) and I found that it pressed a lot less on my bladder than the original lena, and I didn't feel the constant need to take a poo like I did with the original, so I was really pleased. If you're like me and tried to original but didn't like the firmness, then I urge you to try this cup. 5Overall a good cup, LONG REVIEW with tips from a newbieMy overall condensed opinion of this cup is that, for my first, it's a very good cup. It's soft which was good for my sensitive bladder/urethra, however the shape of it still did effect going to the bathroom and made fully emptying my bladder difficult. It's not my "Goldilocks" cup, but it's still very good and I would recommend it.This was my first period using a cup, and it is a tricky little beast to fiddle with. I did get the hang of it by the end, and I learned a lot along the way about this cup and myself. So I thought I'd write these things out and hopefully it helps other people. To start, my personal info: I have a medium height cervix, I'm on hormonal birth control in large part due to atrocious menstrual cramps, have a sensitive bladder/urethra and have had several UTI's, and have never used a cup before Lena. Due to my birth control, my periods are much lighter although they can be a little more variable still.My first month with the Lena, I learned a lot about my cup and my body. It was quite the experience! I tried to educate myself as much as possible and I'm very glad I did because I ended up having a few times where I realized the cup had collapsed while I was inserting it and wouldn't open back up. This was one of the biggest challenges I had with the Lena Sensitive. It never hurt my bladder or urethra though which made the softness worth it. I didn't want to end up with a UTI because I couldn't pee! I started with the punchdown fold which worked pretty well, but I ended up finding the triangle fold worked best for me, and I'll going into why in a second.My second biggest hurdle was leaking. My first night with the Lena was murder, it wasn't in quite right and I could feel it like crazy. When I woke up, it leaked like crazy, it might as well have been a crime scene in that bathroom. So I realized I hadn't positioned it properly and actually checked where my cervix was. After that, absolutely no leaks the rest of the day or next night, and the only times I had issues was when I didn't feel where my cervix was to aim properly. Generally, by the end of my period I figured out more or less where it tends to sit, but it helped a lot to feel it all out first. Enter the triangle fold. I was using the punchdown, however I inserted it with the folded side facing up. Although the cup was soft enough that popping open didn't hurt, it did tend to point the wrong way and required a lot of adjusting (and accidentally collapsing the cup in doing so) to get it in the right place. With the triangle fold, I still had the small insertion point but it helped me angle the correct way and wouldn't pop open by accident. What also helped was letting the cup open sooner, just passed the pelvic bone, and then gently nudging it further up into place. It was much easier to do this when I wasn't changing it's direction but just inching it further.Now one genuine issue that's not user error is how it slows emptying my bladder. That's a true problem I've had here, it doesn't hurt or feel like extreme pressure, but the wide bottom and the way I have to angle it certainly doesn't lead to an easy potty experience. It was almost a negligible difference, but once I would remove my cup, it would become obvious how much was still trapped and couldn't squeak by the cup. Unfortunate, but I wouldn't discourage anyone from this cup because of it since everyone is shaped different and many would likely not experience this issue. Besides, even if anyone did I would say it was much better than a firm cup, I'm sure I would have returned it midway through my period if I had the regular Lena because it would have hurt. As a side note, the stem is just a notch or two too long and does stick out a little bit. It's not painful, but I have noticed it a lot and I know I need to trim it.Finally, I would say the holes on this cup are a little annoying but that's probably most of them. The holes on this slat inward slightly, which would be nice, but when they get clogged they're a little hard to completely clean out. It's a very minor inconvenience but I thought I would mention it because I did have a few suction issues due to the holes clogging and then the cup wouldn't cooperate.My tips from very limited experience would be if you're leaking, try feeling for your cervix RIGHT BEFORE you insert your cup. Each time, every time, at least until you get the hang of it. If you can't get your cup to go the way you want, try either a different fold or inserting it a different way (pointing the fold the opposite direction for example) and see if that helps. If your cup doesn't want to open up or is collapsing when you try to adjust it, try letting it open up a little sooner, be very aware of your urethra as you don't wanna hurt yourself, but let it open just inside the pelvic bone and then pop that bad boy open and see if that helps. Be very gentle when you check to make sure it's open. If it feels like you're leaking, make sure it's not just the stem you're feeling first, because I had that multiple times.I would still recommend this cup, and I'm going to keep it for sure, however I will be trying a more tapered cup to see if that relieves the urethra pressure and allows me to truly not feel my cup. 4Really wanted this to work but noI wanted this cup to be the answer to its claims. I ve been using this cup for many months, giving it a good, honest try. With willful effort, I ve read the instructions and watched the instructional video multiple times. I ve followed it all, repeatedly and meticulously, yet IT STILL LEAKS ALL THE TIME. I was really hoping this product would work for me but, instead, it consistently creates more unnecessary and inconvenient attention to my period, stressed-filled messes, and much laundry each time I use it (7-8 days/month). I know it s not how I am using it because I follow all the tips, methods of insertion, and rest of the instructions to a tee. This product provingly doesn t work with my anatomy (I am 5 5 , 125 lbs., for reference) or it s defective. I m very disappointed to have to seek another product as I am to have wasted my money on this cup. Personally, I do not recommend it. 1TWO Complaints: Cup Migrates Outward and Does Not Stay Inside and Soft Silicone Cup Does Not Readily Pop OpenI really hesitated on writing a review of this product...for TMI concerns but alas...here we go.Based on reading product descriptions and user reviews, I bought a large cup for my really heavy flow and having had a couple of babies naturally. I've only used this for 3 months/cycles. Initially took a few tries to get the hang of it the first couple of days. The silicone is quite soft and it does not "pop" open like the instructions says it should once it is inside. A bit of effort to tug and move it around in order to get it to open up and get into the right position covering the cervix. (Note that it can be open but not covering the cervix and if that happens, you will leak.) Anyway, once it is in place I don't have problem with leaks at all, which is great. But my cup migrates outwards over time as I sit, stand, walk and move about. After a while I can feel the handle poking out... then the bottom of the cup...until I cannot stand the sensation and will have to go to the bathroom to take out, dump, wash, and do the whole thing over again. I find myself doing this many times a day. I'm not getting the "hours" of leak-proof protection that the manufacturers are touting. When I dump, the cup is not full because it doesn't stay in long enough. The only good news is that even when it has migrated out the suction remains intact so I'm not at risk of leaking. It is just uncomfortable.I contacted Lena customer service, and they insist that I am not using it properly and sent me lengthy emails how to correctly use their product. I'm not saying the product is faulty because it does seem very high quality and well made, maybe it's the shape of my body. I'll give it a little more time but I think this is just how it is going to be for me with this particular product. And we are just not compatible. 2
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