Divine Menstrual Cupdi_40002
- Simple application
- Up to 10 hours of secure, invisible monthly protection
- Healthy and ecological alternative to disposable items
- Comes with a carry bag and user manual
- Can be used for several years
- Recommended by gynecologists
Perfect for a "low" period flow and teenagers
34 mm diameter
55 mm length
12 ml capacity
Perfect for a "regular" period flow
38 mm diameter
62 mm length
18 ml capacity
Perfect for a "heavy" period flow and after the first pregnancy
43 mm diameter
70 mm length
26 ml capacity
- Attention after giving birth: the Divine Cup must not be used during the weekly flow due to the risk of infection
- Remove the Divine Cup before intercourse
- Do not wear the Divine Cup if you are in pain or discomfort and please contact your doctor
Toxic Shock Syndrome (TSS): TSS is an infection that can lead to severe organ and circulatory failure caused by a specific bacterium. When this bacterium enters the bloodstream through an open wound or the uterus, it forms a poison that causes shock in the body and can be fatal to the person concerned. Most of the TSS cases known to date arose during the period. But men can also get TSS. Symptoms of TSS are generally fever, vomiting and diarrhea, but also symptoms similar to sunburn. If you notice one or more symptoms, remove the cup immediately and consult a doctor immediately.
Across one's lifetime, 11.000 sanitary items can end up in the trash can from menstruation, generating 200.000 tonnes of waste per year from single-use period products.
With Divine, there is a more eco-friendly and cost-saving solution. The menstruation cups can not only be used up to 10 years (that's almost 1/3 of the approx. 38 years of menstruation we have on average) but they are also locally made in Germany, come without a plastic wrap and are kind to our planet.
How do you choose the correct menstrual cup size? By checking your cervix! Your cervix is located between your vagina and uterus. A low cervix or high cervix along with your period flow will determine the best cup size.
Step 1: Because your cervix changes position throughout your cycle, wait until the days before or during your period (when you'll be wearing a cup) to measure it.
Step 2: With clean hands, insert two fingers into your vagina. Move your fingers up until you feel a high-up, round ball - this is your cervix.
Step 3: Take note of how far your hand has gone up. Measure the distance by which knuckle on your hand is inserted into your vagina when you touch your cervix.
You can touch it at the 1st knuckle: You have a low cervix and a light to normal flow.
Can touch it at the 2nd knuckle: You have a medium cervix and a light to normal flow.
Can touch it at the end of your hand or can't touch it at all (common after pregnancies).You have a high cervix and a normal to heavier flow (or were pregnant before).