Salma Nassif: thank you so much for the review u are big help
Melody Dubrovsky: thank you so much for this video. you have no idea how much i needed to
know all of this.
Carla Spears: "If it was mad at me...",That cracked me up! You'er hilarious! And brave
for talking about this on the internet! I doubt I could be as brave as you
so thank you for sharing! I'm subscribing! Thanks again for the tip!!!
leccah: Dear god I did not realise that this thing existed. I have never seen them,
or heard of them in Australia. I'm a 'pad' person, to me I think tampons
and this cup grosses me out. But I totally undertsand everyone else point
of view. Most people are the other way around to my views in regards to
that time of the month. I'm trying to get my head around the thing. Like do
you get leakage? I am totally naive about this product.
GoodRedBlackRatio: You are one brave lady!! Kudos, and thanks for the info!
cypressunlimited: but isn't it fairly easy to treat your bacterial vaginosis? just a dose of
antibiotics or a cream? normally it should not be a problem that happens
that often... if it is i hope you get checked out so that you get healthy
again. i really like my meluna cup and have not had any problems with it,
eventhough i am prone to infections. but i also changed my diet a year and
a half ago and found that that helped me a lot. No more urinary tract
infections and i used to have them every 6 weeks or so for 5 years.
kbbbb7: Thank you for talking so openly about this product and sharing your story.
Women need more women like you who will talk about their bodies and
experiences around women's health issues. They want answers on issues that
seemingly nobody else will discuss openly, something substantiated by this
video has getting 100,000's of views. I learned several things from your
video that no doctor has ever mentioned, nor at school.
MrsBrit1: Just a thought. I have used a mooncup for almost 8 years. Once in a while,
I find that my cup is a bit....odoriferous...lol This normally happens
towards the end of the cycle or if I leave it in longer than 10-12 hours. I
clean it with antibacterial soap and BAKING SODA and it gets rid of the
problem! It can definitely smell bad sometimes! Maybe that's something you
should try, as well as boiling at least between cycles, maybe even once in
the middle of the cycle...kill any bad bacteria which might have gotten in
For those ladies saying their cup is stained, you can get rid of it with a
stiff nail brush, antibacterial soap, and some elbow grease!
Reina Paloma: I could see a benefit using it when going to a water park or he beach or
something.. lie just 4 a day
CatsBCool: I noticed she said she changed her tampon every time she went to the
You don't need to do that.
Ewa Glow.: thank u for being confident enough to talk about it!
FreshEyes22: THANKS for the video, girl..
Teresa Wiley: Thank you for this video. I'm just now researching these type of feminine
products. Have you found any other cup that didn't give you the same
Abby WL: 12 day collard greens!!! - LOL
Thank you for sharing. It was personal, yes, but it is something a
girlfriend would tell their friend - and this is stuff we need to know. I
was hesitant on trying the cup - so thanks for your take on it.
Reina Paloma: 12 week old collard greens lmao
Lailah M: Kind of off topic, but I thought it was important to share since you
mentioned it. Bacterial vaginosis can be prevented with diet. It causes
that fishy odor in the vagina.
Socially Awkward: I agree, pads are kinda gross. It feels like wearing a diaper
Devethia Durand: Did you try the new kind ?
Otium Serenitatem: Great video. I have been thinking about getting a cup, and have seen
several types. I think I will go with the natural rubber. What has me most
concerned is learning that the tampons and pads are now made with GMO
cotton that has pesticides in them! The left over plants killed the cows
in India that ate them! This stuff is NOT safe.
Kayla Thomas: Thanks for being so candid about your experience. I'm sure that was
difficult. Maybe washing the cup in a baking soda solution would help? Idk,
I have never used one and haven't read the directions.
Jay K: You are seriously so rad for sharing this info, and I think I love you.
laurnias1213: Why did you replace your tampon every time you peed? I just place the
string out of the way and it stays dry if that's your problem
queenofcrows: Thank you for your courage and strength in posting this very personal
chrissyiceicebaby: I really loved how well put together this video was. Perfectly detailed
information and review on the Diva Cup. I look forward to more videos by
Ruth Sarfo: Lol! You know you country when you compare a smell to collard greens! lol I
love it though. I was thinking about switching to this product because I
defintely thought it would be more convenient and money saving but I have
my concerns especially with bacteria vaginosis. Thank you for your review
and I guess I'll be sticking with my "waste to be stuck on [me] all the
time" aka pads LOL!
naomi collins: Thanks for the info !
Kimberly Reid: Have you started using it again? Have you experienced any more problems
Natalie Cornelison: You are sooo brave for doing this review! Kudos for being so honest!!! :)
911ambulancegirl: Thank you for putting yourself out there to help your fellow ladies! I
give you MAD props for that! I don't know if I would be that brave... You
are my HERO! =)
Hayley Robinson: my doctor told me these are better if u suffer with thrush or vaginosis as
there more hygienic than other products
StingingSnow: if the diva cup is made of plastic, or rubber or polymers.... i don't want
that crap inside my body anyway. (has anyone watched Plastic Planet?)
plastic is awful for the body on so many levels
Honey Lox: Your honesty is appreciated
stalkingself: Looking into switching from using Always pads and learned about this
product...but im leaning towards the cloth pads. Informative video, thanks
for uploading :)
Mc Lizabeth: WHY ON EARTH WERE YOU CHANGING YOUR TAMPON EVERYTIME YOU PEED? Seriously,
I have never heard of anyone doing that.
Katherine Perez- Espiritusanto: girl you got balls for this lol I never heard of the diva cup before thanks
for the info
Kittybearxo: I wonder also if a woman had a yeast infection during her cycle and was
using the divacup...would she keep reinfecting herself if she put the
divacup back in?
Dawn Wilkins: Oh, btw they do have disposal ones. I forget what they are called. I'm just
learning about all of this
Aims Clibery: thanks for this video :) i really appreciate your honesty and being open
about everything definitely subscribing (y)x
angellique c: I admire your candor, keep up the good work
And I've heard the music louder and softer, you may want to skip it or add
it over during the editing process
strangertobluewater: Thanks for this review. I recommend using boric acid suppositories (google
for more info) around your period. It will rebalance your ph and bacterial
vaginosis will be a thing of the past. Fem‑Dophilus capsules inserted
vaginally are also helpful.
London Goatburger: I feel like this should be called the "Big Sister" part of Youtube.
ComyaBee: Good video. I will never use this.
Victoria Hill: You should try out the Softcup, kind of the same thing, but disposable. and
i LOVEEEE them
Kate B: Honestly I just could get comfortable with mine. I tried and tried but
couldn't even get to the point of having any other issues. lol This is good
itsfantastic!: Interesting, I've had mine for 3 years now (use it every menstrual cycle)
and never had this issue. This may be TMI and gross but it is a bit stained
no matter how much I clean it, so I may just buy a new one. Besides that no
complaints! I'm sorry you had to experience that. Thank you for being brave
enough to share your story, us ladies need to stick together and be open
about issues like this! Nothing worse than a woman (or girl) suffering in
silence because she thinks she's the only one and is too embarrassed to say
anything about what she's experiencing
mimosa pudica: thanks for your review!!!
Dee Kal: Baking soda. mine started to discolor and smell, and today I boiled it in
1tbs baking soda and 2-3 cups water, and it totally fixed it. looks
cleaner, and has a nice scent. I boiled it and extra time in just water to
make sure the baking soda was completely gone, and so far so good! but
baking soda WILL CHANGE YOUR LIFE girly :)
Kristinasails: Thanks for sharing~! Although my experience has been nothing but GREAT
with the Cup, I appreciate your openness and honesty :)
Bianca Prejean: Great information.. Thanks for sharing!
alice smith: Im scared of the size... I find inserting super tampons uncomfortable... so
I don't know how id go with this... does it stretch you?
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