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    Tampax Menstrual Cup

    $39.99
    $29.99

    Our cup gently seals to the walls of your vagina to provide a leak-free experience. The Regular size is best for light, regular or super tampon users, while the Heavy size is best for super plus or ultra-tampon users.

     
     
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    • Tampax Cup
    • Tampax Cup - Made by women, for women
    • Tampax Cup - Silicone
    • Tampax Cup - 100% medical grade silicone
    • Tampax Cup
    • Tampax Cup - Made by women, for women
    • Tampax Cup - Silicone
    • Tampax Cup - 100% medical grade silicone

    Our cup gently seals to the walls of your vagina to provide a leak-free experience. The Regular size is best for light, regular or super tampon users, while the Heavy size is best for super plus or ultra-tampon users.

     
     
    Drop here!
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  • Includes one Regular flow menstrual cup, one carrying case, and a welcome guide.
  • Made of 100% medical-grade silicone without dyes, perfume, BPA, and latex.
  • Soft Curve™ design shaped for a snug, soft fit that reduces pressure on the bladder.
  • Safe to use for up to 12 hours.

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  • Details
    • Includes one Regular flow menstrual cup, one carrying case, and a welcome guide.
    • Made of 100% medical-grade silicone without dyes, perfume, BPA, and latex.
    • Soft Curve™ design shaped for a snug, soft fit that reduces pressure on the bladder.
    • Safe to use for up to 12 hours.
  • Size Guide

    Diore Sizing chart

    You can also trim the stem of the cup to a length that's most comfortable for you.
    For specifics on capacity, length, and width of our cups, visit our FAQ page.

  • How to use

    For full details, tips and tricks, and videos to help with learning how to use a cup, check out our cup guide here.

    To insert:

    1. Fold the cup by pressing one side of the cup in, creating a C-Fold or a Punchdown Fold.
    2. Aim the rim of the cup towards your tailbone as you insert it.
    3. Insert the cup until the stem is about ½ inch/2 cm (to about your first finger knuckle) above your vaginal opening.

    To remove:

    1. With clean hands, feel for the stem of the cup without pulling on it.
    2. Push the cup towards the entrance of your vagina using your abs muscles. (It’s the muscles you feel tighten when you cough.)
    3. Pinch the base of the cup (not the stem) to release the seal and while pinching, pull the cup out.
  • Q&A

    Can I wear the Tampax Cup while I go to the bathroom?

    Yes, you can keep your cup inserted when you go to the bathroom. The cup may shift when you have a bowel movement and you may have to remove and reinsert it. If you are peeing more frequently when you use the cup, or feel as if you can’t completely empty your bladder, talk to your OB-GYN about these symptoms, as they may put you at greater risk for urinary tract infections (UTIs).

    Can I wear the Tampax Cup at night?

    Yes, just like tampons, cups are safe to use overnight. Just remember to empty and rinse the cup every 12 hours.

    Can I use a Tampax Cup if I have an IUD?

    Most people can safely use a menstrual cup with an IUD, but be sure to talk to your OB-GYN about this before starting to use the Tampax Cup.

    Can I wear my Tampax Cup while I swim/run/do yoga/am active?

    Yes, your Tampax Cup is designed to stay in place and be comfortable while you continue with all of your activities and exercise.

    Can I share my cup with other people?

    No, we do not recommend sharing your cup.