I'll admit i do feel frusterated by the multiple explanations of anatomy but i get where most are coming from.BUT i am so relieved to see atleast some people ...

In my experience, you can tug a little too hard on your cervix and cause a minor prolapse but it should correct itself in a day or two. Any more than a little ...

Hello There! The only time that I've ever experienced this pop is with very firm cups or when the body of the cup is open, but the rim is not. I'll tell you ...

Hello There! It’s a common misconception that because someone has a low cervix they have to use the smallest cup. In actuality, it can lead to constant ...

Hello There, A menstrual cup is inserted into the vaginal canal and sits right under or right around the cervix. I believe the cervix is the "pipe" that ...

Hello There, The stem of the menstrual cup can be either hanging outside of the body or inserted all the way inside the vaginal entrance. However, most ...