Menstrual Cups For A Low Cervix
Tuesday, 23 February 2021
Most manufacturers make only make one or two types of menstrual cups that are designed to fit pre- and post-birth. As we know finding the right cup for you can reply on a few more factors. Checking your cervix height is a great way to narrow down your choices of suitable cups. You can read how to measure your cervix in our article "How to measure your cervical height."
If you have identified that you have a low cervix then there are some cups that are specifically designed for that.
Meluna Shorty is available in Soft, Classic and Sporty
Merula Regular (with the stem removed)
Juju Model 4
If you already use a cup and notice that it can sometimes stick out or feels very low in your vaginal canal then there are a few things that you can try to make it work for you.
You can try and trim the stem or remove it completely. You can read our article about removing your menstural cup stem.
If you’ve trimmed your stem completely but still feel the cup is sitting to low then you can try to turn your cup inside out. This can shorten the cup by a couple of MM and can make all the difference to some people.
Cups designed for low cervixes are generally lower in capacity. You might need to consider a cup that has a short body length with a stem to remove or consider a large size up in the Meluna Shorty.