Small (S) which is generally suitable for women who have not given birth to a child or women up to the age of 25 years.
Large (L) which is generally suitable for women who have given birth to a child or who are over the age of 25 years.
-Eliminates pads and tampons
-Saves you money
-Can be worn up to 12 hours
-No irritations or vaginal dryness
-No chemicals or perfumes.
-Can be worn at night while sleeping
-One cup can last for 10 years
-Doesn't interrupt swimming
-Shorter menstrual cycle
How to choose your menstrual cup
You can choose by:
if you have had children or not
if you have a tilted cervix, low or high cervix
According to most menstrual cup rules if you are over 25 and have children then you should get a large cup, but that rule doesn't work for me. I'm over 30 with children and I use a small cup. I also need a softer cup because the firm cups are very uncomfortable for me. My favorite cup is the Lotus Cup.
Some ladies need a large cup because their cycle is heavy.
If you have a low cervix you need a short cup. Try the blossom cup or the menstrual cup set if you have a low cervix. If you have a high cervix then you need a long cup.