Can I get Toxic Shock Syndrome from leaving The DivaCup in for too long?

Please consult your physician prior to using a menstrual cup if you have any gynecological/medical concerns or conditions. Use pursuant to directions. If you experience...

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Does The DivaCup have to adhere to governmental regulations & standards?

The manufacturers of The DivaCup hold Medical Device Licenses with both the FDA and Health Canada. Because it is a personal hygiene product, it is...

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Is silicone safe?

Some are concerned that silicone is dangerous because of its association with breast implants. However, there is a major difference between the silicone in breast...

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When should I replace The DivaCup?

Depending on the factors unique to each person like vaginal pH, how well and often the cup is cleaned, what cleansing agents are used, etc....

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How often can I boil The DivaCup?

At the end of each cycle The DivaCup should be washed and rinsed as specified and may be then submerged in an open pan of...

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Why is my DivaCup discoloured?

Menstrual cups can sometimes discolor from the flow. If The DivaCup starts to discolor, it can be submerged in an open pan of boiling water...

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Is there any risk of infection from using The DivaCup?

There is no known increased risk of infections with the use of menstrual cups. However, if you have a vaginal infection, it is best not...

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Is The DivaCup sanitary?

Yes. The DivaCup is made from top quality, healthcare grade silicone, which is 100% plastic-free, BPA-free and odorless. It is non-absorbent and does not disrupt...

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How do I clean The DivaCup?

The DivaCup should always be thoroughly cleaned. Washing the cup in mild soap and warm water provides sufficient cleansing. The best cleaning agent to use...

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