|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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Love my cup, but for the extra heavy days or when I'm going to start, the underwear keep me protected from leaks. And no more sleeping on puppy pads in bed! I wish I had these years ago
I wore them as back up on one of my heavier days and then on their own on the last day of my cycle. They were very comfortable and didn't have a single leak.
I bought a pair of thinx from target in the size small. They are too baggy and uncomfortable so I was surprised when the, also size small, we’re snug but not too snug and berg comfortable.
I love that I’m not using 50 tampons a month. I love how they fit and the confidence June cup gives me. I don’t have to be afraid of leaks!
My periods have been shorter (not sure if it’s the cup or age to be honest) and more comfortable to deal with. I very rarely have a leak and don’t have to worry about making sure I have extra tampons. It’s comfortable and more environmentally friendly!