How To Choose The Right Menstrual Cup For You

choose the right menstrual cup

Finding the right foundation for your skin tone is easier than finding the best menstrual cup for you. However, you cannot do swatches with feminine cups and there are no testers available.

What is a menstrual cup?

It’s a flexible feminine cup that collects your period. If you haven’t tried using a menstrual cup yet, it’s important to note that while sanitary pads absorb menstrual blood, menstrual cups, on the other hand, collect it.

While it’s easy for women to switch to different pads, the hardest part about menstrual cups is choosing the right one for you.

Here are some guide questions to help you choose:

The Super Jennie® was created to fit comfortably with either a low or high cervix. You are not limited to only using one size. If you have a low cervix, the wide rim and bell shape allows your cervix to comfortably sit inside the cup without compromising the capacity. With a high cervix, the cup sits lower in the vaginal canal, making it easier to reach.

How heavy is your menstrual flow?

Every woman is different when it comes to menstruation. Some women experience heavy bleeding while others don’t. Although we have included our own suggestions, you may feel comfortable using either size depending on your body and your needs.

If you have a light flow choose a small size.

If you have a  heavy flow choose a large size.

How high is your cervix?

If you’ve done your research, you’ll realize that in their websites, most cup brands are interested to know more about your cervix.

If you have a LOW to MEDIUM cervix chooe a small size.

If you have a MEDIUM to HIGH cervix choose a large size.

How to measure your cervix?

  • Carefully insert your clean finger inside your vagina.

  • Move your finger further.

  • Before ovulation, it’s as soft as your lips while it has a harder feel after you ovulated.