We recommend a "small" for those who have a normal to heavy flow but have not given birth vaginally. If you have given birth vaginally, we recommend you size up to the large. The cup's height is 6.3 cm and 4.3 cm in diameter. The cup holds approximately 28ml. of flow.
We recommend a "large" for those who have given birth vaginally or been diagnosed with a condition called Menorrhagia. The large cup's height is 6.9 cm and 4.7 cm in diameter. The cup holds approximately 36ml. of flow.
We recommend a "mini" for teens and petite anatomy. If you suspect you have more than light to normal flow, we recommend you size up to the small. The cup's height is 5.7 cm and 3.8 cm in diameter. The cup holds approximately 18ml. of flow.
Switching to a menstrual cup is a big step. That's why we've created the June cup quiz here.
We recommend a "small" for those who have a normal to heavy flow but have not given birth vaginally. The small disc holds approximately 28ml.
We recommend a "large" for those who have given birth vaginally or been diagnosed with a condition called Menorrhagia. The large disc holds approximately 32ml.
while we do our best to give the most accurate measurements possible, due to differences in measuring there may be a slight difference.
In Their Words
Check out what other menstruators have to say.
Worst Purchase I’ve Ever Made
Absolutely nothing. It was impossible to use, my cervix is tilted and I couldn’t reach the edge of the cup to get it to open. Managed to use it once with some help from my partner, thankfully he isn’t squeamish! It was full in less than 2 hours and the removal process left my bathroom looking like a crime scene, couldn’t get it back in place so I gave up. Time to order more period panties and go back to tampons.
Wish the wash came with more
Once I figured out how to insert correctly it’s been a game changer. Worth it!
I do not like the June cup. After many many attempts at getting it to seal, I still cannot get it to seal and it leaks. Would return if I could.