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Low Cervix Menstrual Cup in Amethyst Purple, Shorty, Classic Firmness

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This low cervix menstrual cup called a shorty is for users with low cervix postion/ shorter than average vaginal canal. Our popular Classic firmness works well for most users. It is easy to insert and remove and very comfortable to wear.

This cup is featured in a beautiful Amethyst purple color in the shorty size range -perfect for users with a lower than average cervix.

The handle is available in all three styles:

a small ball - our least noticeable handle style, most comfortable

a ring - most noticeable and easiest to find style for users worried about  not being able to reach their cup easily

a stem - great for beginners, this style is comfortable and easy to find


 Your MeLuna will come with the following items:

  • the MeLuna cup of your choice
  • a free cleaning brush for the air holes
  • a free MeLuna microfiber pouch
  • the instruction pamphlet 

IMPORTANT: If you would rather have one of the organic pouch options or a zipper bag, you can upgrade your MeLuna bag HERE.

If the MeLuna will be your first Menstrual Cup YAY! We are here to help, if you have any questions. 

If you are switching from another brand, you can find some tips HERE. 





Yes you too can wear a menstrual cup with the MeLuna low cervix menstrual cup option, Shorty!



Size Height  Diameter Volume to Top Volume to Holes
Shorty Small  33 mm  38 mm  15 ml  9 ml
Shorty Medium  36 mm  41 mm  19 ml  11 ml
Shorty Large  39 mm  44 mm  24 ml  15 ml
Shorty XL  41 mm  47 mm  28 ml  18 ml
Small   45 mm  38 mm  23 ml  16 ml
Medium  48 mm  41 mm  26 ml  16 ml
Large  51 mm  44 mm  34 ml  24 ml
Xl  56 mm  47 mm  40 ml  28 ml

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  • 5
    MeLuna Shorty Cup

    Posted by Amy S. on Oct 20th 2020

    I found MeLuna through the NYT article comparing menstrual cups (a valuable resource for choosing your first cup!). I selected the Shorty cup in medium, and after some trial and error with insertion/removal, it did great! No leakage, and I actually forgot I had it in a couple times! I will note that due to birth control, I have light/medium flow, and if I had a heavy flow such that I needed to empty my cup at work, that would be more complicated. As it stands, I was able to go all day without emptying it, but your mileage may vary. It was especially nice for overnight use; I don’t like to use tampons at night, and I hate being woken up when you move and there’s that ominous game of “will my pad stay in place or do I need to be running to the bathroom?”

    I’m not sure if my cup helped my cramps (which are largely caused by clots passing), but they weren’t worse. It will be interesting to try next cycle.
    Cups generally take some extra time if you’re doing it right and sterilizing upon removal, plus dealing with a small mess, but to me it’s worth it. Tampons gave me worse cramps and a yeast infection, so I’m hopeful that I can have a better period experience and create less waste with cups. After 20 years of menstruation, I wish I would have tried a cup sooner!

  • 5
    Best cup ever!

    Posted by Kaylee on Oct 13th 2020

    I have used a few different cups. This one is by far the best! I was struggling every time to get it in far enough and in the right place. I haven’t had any trouble at all with this one. I can’t feel it at all! I will be getting another one!

  • 5

    Posted by Alex on Sep 15th 2020

    This is so much more comfortable than the other menstrual cup brand I've tried. Definitely recommend it!

  • 5
    Best I’ve tried!

    Posted by Chrissy Caycho on Aug 25th 2020

    So I started using a cup 3 months ago, and this was the 5th one I purchased. I had almost given up because I could always feel them and couldn’t get them right, finally I found this one which was nearly and inch shorter than all the others. So far I am in love! Works exactly how people told me it should which is what made me try a cup in the first place. I don’t have super heavy cycles but I feel like this little cup will still out preform the biggest tampons.
    Absolutely love the ball tip option because the string type ones were very irritating. Love that it’s purple, love the packaging, love the firmness of the product, And it’s still easy to fold. Thank you! Best cup ever. or at least best of the 5 I have by a long shot.

  • 5
    So glad I found MeLuna Shorty!

    Posted by Meg on Aug 18th 2020

    I struggled with another brand's standard sized cup. I had many issues with leaking and it was a nightmare. Luckily some internet research led me to MeLuna Shorty cups. It fits like a glove and I have had ZERO problems with leaking! I am very active and find that it shifts during my workouts (but again, no leaks), so I may purchase the firmer cup next time.

  • 4
    Low Cervix

    Posted by Sarah on Aug 5th 2020

    This is better than other cups I have used, but I still had to cut the ball stem off which is a bummer. The other cup I can tolerate was starting to suction to my cervix which is quite painful. This may be my new go-to but I will likely get a smaller size for my lighter days to see if I can keep the stem on.

  • 4
    Finally a cup that fits!

    Posted by Sarah on Aug 4th 2020

    I've used the DivaCup in the past, and it was always uncomfortable, it stuck out a bit and I constantly knew it was there. I tried the regular MeLuna because, according to the cervix measurement I took, my cervix is pretty average. The stem still stuck out. So I tried the Shorty, and I'm so glad I did! I can't tell it's there, and it holds enough that I only have to empty it a couple times a day! I love this product, thank you for offering inclusive sizing!
    One annoyance - the TPE material isn't as smooth as a silicone cup, or as springy. I have to use lube to insert it comfortably, and getting the cup to open inside me is more difficult. But for the design, the pros outweigh the cons.

  • 5
    Shorty XL

    Posted by Cindy C on Jul 21st 2020

    This is my fourth menstrual cup. I liked the concept of menstrual cups and after trying them, I really liked them especially because they helped decrease my cramps and I would be saving money. Unfortunately, the first one I bought was uncomfortable and had a valve on the bottom that leaked all the time. My next one felt better, but kept slipping or would stick out too far plus it leaked and I always had to wear a pad. The third one was a little larger, my flow is so heavy for 2 days so I bough one that would hold 30ml, still had to empty every hour or 2. Anyway, same issues, slippage, discomfort and always had to wear a pad. I searched and found MeLuna. Bought the shorty XL anf for the first time, except after right after emptying, I have no leakage! Stays in place, is easier to place, and I do not feel a thing. Day 3 and I did not wear a pad! now I can save more $$$! I also bought more and will definately recommend this cup!

  • 3
    It’s okay

    Posted by Regan on Jul 9th 2020

    I have only previously used one other cup which made me realize I have a low cervix. This one is great for a low cervix but I found it didn’t pop open as easily as my other cup and doesn’t hold a round shape at the opening very well.