I Tried The Diva Cup

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  • Published on:  Sunday, April 9, 2017
  • The period videos are back! I tried "The Diva Cup", a reusable menstrual cup, for my period this month, and it was an ~exciting time~. Would you try a menstrual cup?

    I got my menstrual cup from Target, but you can find them in many places!

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  • Safiya Nygaard  (Apr 9, 2017))

    hello loves! how was your weekend? would you use the diva cup, or another menstrual cup? also, where is my NOTIF SQUAD at?! 🖤🖤🖤

  • Kendra  (Sep 21, 2017))

    Here also I'm ur number 500 reply

  • jenna king  (Aug 25, 2017))

    Safiya Nygaard I could never use it

  • Faithtasticness  (Apr 9, 2017))

    lol I'm actually scared of sticking anything up there.. I don't even use tampons lmao how am I ever gonna have sex and reproduce

  • Cookie  (8 hours ago))


  • loverlei79  (1 day ago))

    Lol product of absolute awful sex Ed class.

  • Ronin Motors  (Dec 3, 2018))

    My wife just had one of these delivered and was excited when she told me about it, I was horrified and curious why she was so excited, so im here sitting on the toilet watching videos learning what these are and why women like them. I thought a tampon lasted all day? I wasnt even aware of these issues. Bless you all, I couldnt even....

  • Sheidel C.  (25 minutes ago))

    Ronin Motors bless your soul

  • Cookie  (8 hours ago))

    I don;t like sticking anything up there because I'm super paranoid and think I'll get TSS (look it up).

  • Michelle Rose 🌹  (Dec 1, 2018))

    It takes time to truly master the art of using menstrual cups. I LOVE my menstrual cup and would never go back to using tampons. Here are some tips and tricks:- there are so many different brands of varying price points, sizes, shapes, textures, and colors. Don’t get bummed if the first one you get isn’t right for you. Put a cup in it has a very good comparison chart comparing all of the cups they’ve tried.- there so so many more golds that depicted here. I had a Diva cup for a year until I was able...

  • Me You  (3 days ago))

    +negautrunks Thank you for taking the time to write that for me. I'm deeply grateful for it. I even learned something new, thank you!

  • kmcoolady  (3 days ago))

    Michelle Rose 🌹 Cups are fantastic little game-changers! I’m so glad you’re putting the word out and answering people’s questions. There are always so many questions associated with cups. For the newbies watching this video who are intrigued and want to learn more I highly recommend Bryony Farmer’s Precious Stars Pads YouTube channel, also Red Herring’s channel. There are others, but those two are my favorites to learn about cups. If you are on FB I recommend searching for groups on menstrual cups. The...

  • HolidayCat  (5 days ago))

    I feel like this could be an amazing product for homeless women.

  • Manda  (12 hours ago))

    That's a really good idea! I know for sure that a lot of women have day shelters that they can visit in order to get showers and do their laundry. I think I have to start buying these instead of tampons in my emergency kits for women. Thank you!

  • Hi There  (13 hours ago))

    I was thinking the same thing! The product itself is “expensive” but compared to how much the average woman spends on tampons, this can save you hundreds.

  • Kambri Fraze  (Jan 1, 2019))

    How many of you are so relieved that there is a youtuber out there who is willing to share this stuff with you and also I was kind of realized when I knew that a big person in my life had the exact same “time span” as I do THATNK YOU SO MUCH SOPHIA

  • Big person? Are you calling Saf fat?

  • Frozen8688 !!  (4 days ago))

    You mean Safiya right?

  • Tanya Zhang  (Apr 14, 2017))

    "Uh oh? Can I find it?" HAHAHAHAHAHA

  • Amanda Soza  (Jan 27, 2019))

    Dude amazon has knock off vrand for 1.50 i got two i love love love them

  • Jacqueline McNaughton  (Jan 24, 2019))

    That is a real fear man haha

  • Wendy Alexi  (Jan 21, 2019))

    My bf is great about this kind of stuff. I had my menstrual cup on the bathroom counter drying after boiling it after my period and he put it on top of a toilet paper roll to make a rocket. What a guy. The blood doesn't freak him out at all, as he says "it's just blood."

  • Christine Paelicke  (2 days ago))

    Keep him he sounds sweet 😊

  • Rebekah Coleman  (6 days ago))

    My boyfriend is the same ahahhahaa he’s just so curious about everything because he genuinely wants to know how to help me

  • Mikaila Hamilton  (Dec 8, 2018))

    The first time I used my cup, and went to take it out, I could not find it and I started freaking out a little bit that it was lost up there forever. When I read the instructions for getting it out, it literally said "do not panic" haha. But once I got used to it, I love it. I've kept it in closer to 24 hours on my light days.

  • Manda  (12 hours ago))

    +Rahath Parveen It's also impossible to lose anything in your vagina forever, but we get what you mean.

  • Kayleigh Sheehy  (Nov 26, 2018))

    I’ve been using a menstrual cup for over 8 years and here’s a few things I’ve learned. I preferred the Sckoon cup to the Diva cup. 1- I’ve never needed to boil it. I just washed it with warm water and soap. 2- In public bathrooms I just emptied it and put back until I got home when I could wash it. 3- You can also keep some wipes with you when you have to change it in public. It’s important to remember that your menstrual fluid is sterile unless you have some kind of infection. So, it’s okay to ju...

  • Sakura11101  (1 day ago))

    Your blood is sterile, but your hands aren't!!!! Boil it occasionally. I honestly just rinse when emptying it and boil after each cycle, never do anything else.

  • Kayleigh Sheehy  (Jan 14, 2019))

    I used soap specifically for a menstrual cup. Because the cups are made of silicone you’d have to leave the cup in for days before TSS becomes an issue. The cups themselves are inhospitable for bacteria growth. Here’s the thing about boiling, once you pull it out of the water, it cools, and comes into contact with air and whatever you’re storing it in, it’s no longer sanitized. Unless you have an enclave in your home there’s no way to sterilize the cup. The tampons and pads you use are not sterile ...