|Height||6.9 cm||6.3 cm||5.7 cm|
|Diameter||4.7 cm||4.3 cm||3.8 cm|
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 "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 "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.
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In Their Words
Check out what other menstruators have to say.
Still trying to get it in comfortably every time, but I Love it!!!
Overall very easy to use Comfortable and love not having to worry about changing pads or tampons
There is a synthetic outer material but a cotton like material on the lining. The lining covers a very fair amount of where blood would leak. I did not find a grave problem with the underwear and felt pretty confident. I also did not find any problems with the fit.
I learned from another pair. Penny said it’s best to order a size up. These are fairly comfortable and I do use them. I personally think they’re a tiny bit high cut in the back but other than that they work well.
The way the end of the cup is shaped makes it much easier to grip and pull out than other cups I’ve tried. I also love the softer silicone, much more comfortable to take in and out