Launched worldwide in 2003, the DivaCup is one of the most popular menstrual cups on the market. While this is a popular and very reputable brand, it is also one of the longer menstrual cups and may not be suitable for women who have a mid to low cervix.
- Made from the highest quality medical grade silicone which ensures both your comfort and the long term durability of the cup
- The DivaCup is hypo-allergenic and free from latex, plastic, PVC, acrylic, acrylate, BPA, phthalate, elastomer and polyethylene.
- The DivaCup has extra grip ridges around the base to assist with removal
- Hollow stem
- Can be worn for up to 12 hours or overnight
- Available in 3 sizes: Model 0 (for teens), Model 1, and Model 2
- Comes with a storage bag and detailed usage instructions
- Has FDA registration and is listed in the ARTG (ID: 173694)
- Manufactured in Canada
Until the effects of colours and dyes on the body are better understood, DivaCup has decided to err on the side of caution and only manufacture a clear cup.
As with all menstrual cups, if you have any gynaecological or medical concerns or conditions, please consult with your medical practitioner prior to using a menstrual cup. Use the Diva Cup according to it’s directions. Discontinue use and talk to your doctor if you experience any adverse affects.
Model 0: For women who are new to the world of periods and under 18 years of age.
Model 1: For women under 30 years of age who have never delivered vaginally or by c-section.
Model 2: For women over 30 years of age and/or for women who have delivered vaginally or by c-section
You may also find our Menstrual Cup General Sizing Guidelines helpful in deciding the best size Diva.
Using the DivaCup™:
When first learning to use your Diva cup, you may wish to experiment with one of these 9 Folding techniques to help find the one that works best for you. Once inserted, rotate and run your finger around the base of the cup to ensure it has opened fully.
When removing, use the stem to find the base of the cup. Pinch the base to break the suction and then gently pull out. You should not remove the cup by pulling on the stem. The DivaCup should be emptied, washed and reinserted at least 2 times a day (twice in a 24 hour period) and can be worn overnight without concern of leaking. Most women need only to empty it in the morning and again in the evening. By monitoring the fullness of the cup over a couple of cycles, you will quickly learn how often to empty it according to your specific needs. Most women find that the cup is not even half full after 12 hours. For those with heavier flows, the cup is simply emptied more often during the day.
If you have a fairly regular cycle, you may wish to insert The DivaCup right before your period to avoid spotting.
ALWAYS READ THE LABEL AND USE ONLY AS DIRECTED. IF SYMPTOMS OCCUR, PLEASE SEE YOUR DOCTOR/HEALTHCARE PROFESSIONAL