|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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When I started wearing menstrual cups 11 years ago, I wore a pantiliner as backup for my entire cycle. I rarely leak, but I don't like to take chances. I switched to using MCs because I wanted to be more environmentally conscious and also let's face it, the pink tax is ridiculous - period products should not be so expensive! I saw the period panties as an opportunity to save on the waste of pantiliners. I order the black and they are very true to size. They offer full coverage and they pass the ****** test! I don't know about you, but I have a lot of trunk space (the peach ;0)) and most underwear creeps into the crack throughout the day. These were so nice. While you can size up if you are nervous about fit, keep in mind that if you want to wear these as a MC/pad/tampon replacement, you want a little bit of a snug fit just to guard against leaks. I absolutely loved these and now I have a pair for each day of my period. I didn't really like wearing them alone (I wore one pair one day when I was working from home at the very start of my last cycle). I didn't like feeling moist. Also if you have a lot of clots, they will not be absorbed and you will need to wipe them with tissue. You can wash these in your regular laundry (do not use bleach, hydrogen peroxide, or harsh chemicals) and you will need to line or flat dry (don't put them in the dryer). If you are unsure, just buy a pair, you won't regret it!
I mostly use the june period underwear as backup with my cup, especially on heavy days it helps me not have to worry about any leaks. On those lighter days I can wear alone. They fit well, are soft and comfy. The outside fabric feels a little bit like a bathing suit, but inside it’s just cotton like.
I love the period underwear. True to size, very comfortable, and you feel dry while wearing it. Not a fan of the cup itself because it hurts to take out (flex is more comfy) but I definitely recommend the underwear!
I love the green, reusable fact of this product. I have used cotton washable pads for years, and this cup pairs with them greatly. It was easy to learn to use.
Love that it doesn't feel like I'm wearing a pad but I still have the protection! I am really impressed!