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Do You Need A Low Cervix Cup?

MeLuna USA  |  Mar 18th 2021

Find out with this downloadable tool!

A little background on cervix position

One of the aspects MeLuna really shines in is the wide variety of menstrual cups offered specifically for users with below average cervix height.

A low cervix position can make it tricky to fit a regular menstrual cup comfortably.

Want to know what makes this even tougher? Cervix position changes throughout your cycle! It is generally lowest at the beginning of your period.

That’s why often when customers measure at any other time of the cycle the length seems manageable. But at the start of the actual period, the cup ends up being too long.

You will find many great suggestions online on how to measure your cervix height. A lot of them include landmarks like knuckles, etc.

Introducing the MeLuna Menstrual Cup/Cervix Position Tool

Vaginas are different. So are fingers. Because of that we developed this downloadable tool to measure your cervix.

First Things First: The Purpose of this Tool

This tool will help you determine if you need a low cervix cup or whether a standard height cup will work.

This tool will NOT determine what size low cervix you should order. Diameter/Size is determined by the following guidelines:

The live-sized MeLuna menstrual cups are right next to the ruler. Comparisons are really easy that way!

If of course you need it to fit even more shallow you can also trim off the handle completely. Keep those options in mind. The tool is just a guide to give you a better visual of what you are working with!

Do NOT insert the paper print out into your vagina! Download the tool and print it at 100% size (no enlarging, fitting to page, etc).

Wash your hands! You will use your finger. Insert it into your vagina and gently locate the cervix. Place a second finger right where the entrance of the vagina is on the inserted finger.

You can now hold the finger next to the tool and get an idea of what cup height could work for you.

Please note: This tool is designed to help you decide between shorty or standard cups. It is not designed to determine your diameter size. Please consult the size chart for diameter

Many shorty users choose to go up a size to accommodate for loss in volume of the shorter cups

Remember this graphic is designed to show the absolutely maximum height you are able to accommodate. If more length is available, all the better! Wearing your cup higher up and away from the vaginal entrance is no problem at all.

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