Determining size by chart:
Me Luna® menstrual cups come in eight different sizes, tailored to the different needs of our customers.
Criteria to take into account when selecting a size:
heaviness of period, vaginal births, your pelvic floor muscles and the position of the cervix during menstruation.
As a general rule the standard sizes are as follows:
Size Small is primarily used by younger users and makes a great teen cup! If you are choosing the small due to light flow be sure that this diameter is sufficient to create an adequate seal for you.
Size Medium is a great cup for users of all ages who have not given birth vaginally. If you are choosing the medium due to light flow be sure that this diameter is sufficient to create an adequate seal for you.
Size Large is commonly used by users who have given birth vaginally or those that require a slightly larger capacity due to heavier flow
Size XL is primarily used by users who have had multiple vaginal births and users who have a very heavy flow and are able to accommodate the larger diameter
Please note many users who choose shorty cups find it useful to go up one in size
Size Recommendations in SHORTIES:
Shorty Small is created to accommodate users with the need for a very narrow AND very short cup. This may occur due to scarring from injury, radiation treatment or surgeries as well as medical conditions.
Shorty Medium is commonly used by users of all ages who have not given birth vaginally at all and have a light flow
Shorty Large is commonly used by users of all ages who have not given birth vaginally at all or have not had more than one vaginal birth.
Shorty XL is primarily used by users who have had at least one vaginal birth and users who have a very heavy flow.
Please note Shorties should only be used by clients with unusually low cervix. Please do not purchase a Shorty simply because you are looking for a small cup. If your cervix is of average height please choose a MeLuna Standard cup.