Diva Cup Menstrual Cup - Size 2

The Diva Cup silicone menstrual cup is an easy-to-use, safe and environmentally-friendly alternative to feminine care. To select a cup suited to your body shape please see our menstrual cup sizing chart.

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The Diva Cup silicone menstrual cup is an easy-to-use, safe and environmentally-friendly alternative to feminine care.

Read the following for comparisons, instuctions and general information to help you choose which menstrual cup is right for you.

An alternative to disposable sanitary pads and tampons, this simple silicone device is hygienic and convenient.

you are making a difference:

  • With proper care, this reusable product can last up to 10 years, meaning substantially less waste ending up in landfill. More than 660 million disposable feminine products end up in landfill every year in Australia alone, plus the packaging associated with disposables. They take a considerable amount of time to biodegrade and can also end up in our waterways, oceans and beaches.

features:

  • Soft and flexible, making the Diva Cup very comfortable to wear. Doesn’t change the body's natural moisture level.
  • Easy-to-use and comfortable, needs emptying only 2-4 times a day, depending on your individual flow. Can be used during the night, up to a maximum of 12 hours.
  • Cost effective, this product can last at least 12+ months, much longer with due care.
  • Safe, made from 100% medical grade silicone. Hypoallergenic and latex-free.
  • The lining of the cup is smooth for ease of cleaning.
  • Can be used during all physical activities including swimming.
  • Comes with it's own attractive storage bag and full instructions.
  • Manufactured to the ISO13485:2003 standard for high quality medical devices, FDA & TGA certified.

instructions:

  • Normally it takes a few menstrual cycles to learn to use the menstruation cup, but some women succeed in using the cup right from the start. Please read the comprehensive instructions sent with the cup carefully.
  • Sterilise the cup in a large amount of water according to instructions provided before use. The cup should be in boiling water for at least 2 minutes.
  • With washed hands, fold the cup in half, and then in half again.
  • Guide the folded end into the vagina past the pubic bone and then allow to open fully, rotating a few times to ensure a cup has unfolded and sealed against the internal walls.
  • To remove, break the seal by squeezing the bottom part of the cup, hold upright to avoid spilling the contents. Never pull the cup down in an open position, holding it only by the tab!
  • Rinse the cup in cold water, then wash carefully in hot water with mild and perfume-free washing liquid or soap, and re-insert it. From time to time it is okay to wipe the cup with toilet paper and reinsert.
  • Wash the Diva Cup menstrual cup carefully after its last use during your period and store it, properly ventilated, in its own storage bag.
  • NOT to be used during post-natal bleeding due to the vagina being inflamed from childbirth.
  • You may also like to use reusable menstrual cloths as a backup for heavy flow days.

which size to choose:

  • The Diva Cup is available in two sizes, most woman can use either size, but one may be more comfortable than the other.
  • As a general rule, the size 2 is best for a heavier flow, the size 1 for a lighter flow and model 0 for those new to periods and 18 years or under.
  • Muscles can lose elasticity with age, and unless you are very active at strengthening your core muscles (through activities such as yoga or pilates), the size 2 cup a better choice for most adult women.
  • If you have ever been pregnant, due to hormonal changes the size 2 is also recommended.
  • The size 1 Diva Cup may suit you depending on the position of your cervix. With a thoroughly washed finger you can try if you can reach your cervix during menstruation. If your cervix sits very low, it is better to choose the smaller size menstrual cup.
  • To select a cup suited to your body shape please see our menstrual cup sizing chart.

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By on 26 Apr. 2019 (Diva Cup Menstrual Cup - Size 2) :
(5/5

A life-changer!

Don't know why i didn't start using one of these earlier on! Once you get the hang of it, these cups are just amazing! So easy.

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By on 24 Apr. 2019 (Diva Cup Menstrual Cup - Size 2) :
(5/5

So much better than disposables

So much easier and more enjoyable than pads and tampons, my only warning is that if you are postnatal and have a prolapse then it is not appropriate - I didn’t really think about that when I bought it but realised quickly it makes symptoms worse. Look forward to using again once the prolapse heals!

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By on 07 Nov. 2018 (Diva Cup Menstrual Cup - Size 2) :
(5/5

My favourite cup!

The very first cup that I purchased was a Diva cup and it travelled all around the world with me. When it was time to replace it I mistakenly bought another brand from a local store. Big mistake! Very uncomfortable compared to the Diva Cup. I had to jump online and order another Diva cup!

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