Hello there, each one of us is different externally as well as internally. If we can’t fit in the same jeans, it’s likely that one size menstrual cup is not suitable for all of us.
There are various factors that one should consider while picking their menstrual cup, such as sexual activity, body built, natural births, etc. However, the most important thing to consider is your cervix length. For your comfort, wellness, and good health, it is essential that your menstrual cup is forming a seal with the vaginal walls and NOT on the cervix.
Below is a pictorial representation of the correct and incorrect placement of the cup.
Before you buy a menstrual cup, it is recommended that you measure your cervix and pick a cup of a length that will not form suction with the cervix. In case you prefer not to do that, you should go for medium-length cups with a stem, such as soch cup, as the stem can be trimmed to an appropriate length. If you have a very low cervix, you should consider Soch Juju (Model 4)– Low cervix.
If you need help in selecting the right cup, visit our “Cup Quiz”.