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  • Anyone use the DIVACUP?

    I was thinking about getting the Diva Cup. It is sorta expensive and I dont want to but it without making sure that it will do its job.

    Has anyone used it? Any comments would be great!

    Thanks
    Everthing Happens For A Reason!
    BusyGirl

  • Never heard of it! I would be interested to know what it is. Birth control or "Feminine Product"?

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    • Feminine Product

      Hey

      It is supposed to be like a tampon... but a cup. You can also reuse it too. It does sound really gross but it is very economical.

      Any comments/stories?

      Everthing Happens For A Reason!
      BusyGirl

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      • First time I ever heard of it.. But i just took a glance at the website and it looks very interesting.. I would try it, why not it couldnt hurt to try. It cost like 35 dollars or so thats not so bad... trying never hurt.. I would just like to hear from a person i knew or spoke to instead of just those "testemonials" on the website

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        • i actually just began using it this summer- and i really like it. it seems expensive, but when you think about it, you will spend way more in your lifetime on tampons and/or pads than you will for one little diva cup. i've never had any problems with it- no leakage or anything. keep in mind if you do buy one, there are two kinds- a #1 and #2- one if for women who've had kids, the other for those who haven't.
          just think- you won't have to contribute tampons to the landfills! that is a big reason i did it, and plus tampons were invented by a man and they put bleach in them! gross.
          i recommend. and -i know that this probably seems gross to some of you- but you can actually use the blood to fertlize your plants! recycling and reusing, you know...
          happy menstruation!

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          • well, I think I may have to try it sometime I actually have a normal period! Thanks for the info!
            Everthing Happens For A Reason!
            BusyGirl

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            • I'm happy to hear that somebody is using it themselves and can give me a real response of how it works for you. Now I am really interested in it.. I have heavy heavy periods ... I spend lots of money on tampons a month.. and still always have to worry about leakage. Number one thing I do really like about the idea of it though is that TSS is not an issue. That sounds great espeacially for me because I constantly am using tampons.

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