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Old 04-23-2010, 06:28 PM - Thread Starter
 
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Does anyone know where I can purchase a Diva Cup or something similar in Atlanta? I meant to order one before my vacation but time got away from me and my cycle started earlier than expected, so I'd rather buy one locally than order online right now anyway.

If I recall, Charis, the bookstore in Little Five Points, used to sell them and other products. And I've heard sometimes Harry's and Whole Foods carries them. But having an 8-month-old, I'd rather not cart him around on a witch hunt to all these places if they don't have them, especially since I live way up in Cherokee County now.

Any advice would be greatly appreciated! Thanks!!

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I got mine at Harry's in Marietta. You could always call a similar place closer to you and ask if they stock it

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I got mine at Harry's in Marietta. You could always call a similar place closer to you and ask if they stock it
Thanks, Sarah! Funny enough, I just came from Harry's in Marietta and got my Diva Cup! We were headed there anyway this morning to get a few produce items, so I looked and found them. Thank you so much! Hopefully I'll have success with it.

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Oh good! I did the same thing - I'd procrastinated ordering online until suddenly I started and didn't want to buy any more disposable products. I as thrilled to find one locally. Hope it works for you!

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Glad you got yours! For future reference if anyone checks this thread--Charis was still selling them as recently as 2 years ago. However, they were about twice as expensive as the one I eventually ordered from a wholesale place online.

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