Lookalike (1168 days ago) Also, I`m pretty sure the reasoning behind those who chose `no way` has something to do with not actually trying it, not giving yourself enough time and practice, or not being very comfortable with your body. I think, if you can put in a tampon, you can use the diva cup.
Lookalike (1168 days ago) Exactly the same as pacific coast mama. I`ve had mine for about two or three years and I was surprised that it still fit after I had the baby.I just have to be extra careful to feel around for my cervix to make sure the cup is covering it. Disgusting but, it`s so well worn now that it`s opaque. I especially like the diva better than the moon cup because it`s silicone and not rubber, though rubber is more flexible. After you get it and get used to pinching it to take it out, you cut off the stem. At first I thought the stem was like the string on a tampon: pull and it comes out, but it`s not, it`s just there to help you find it at first.
blessed123 (1168.5 days ago) I hear they are awesome!! A friend has one and loves it!! I for got til now. I need to get one!! thanks.
Babii Anberlin (1168.6 days ago) Thank you so much ladies!! i`ll have to try this when my period returns!!
amber325 (1168.6 days ago) You can not feel it, and you fold it in half and insert it....it will pop back open to form a cup and catch the stuff...You then remove and clean with the diva wash and reuse! It is wonderful and does not contain any harsh rayon or chemicals tampoons and pads do.
Babii Anberlin (1168.6 days ago) can you feel it and how do you put it in lol