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Menstrual Cup Comparison Tool (4 Cups From 1 Brands)

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MiaLuna

Small
40 mm
75 mm
50 mm
25 mm
15 ml
20 ml
3 /5
3 /5
3 /5

3.0 /5

MiaLuna

Medium
45 mm
75 mm
56 mm
19 mm
20 ml
25 ml
3 /5
3 /5
3 /5

3.0 /5

MiaLuna

Large
45 mm
77 mm
59 mm
18 mm
26 ml
31 ml
3 /5
3 /5
3 /5

3.0 /5

MiaLuna

X-Small
39 mm
59 mm
46 mm
13 mm
10 ml
15 ml
3 /5
3 /5
3 /5

3.0 /5

Notes:

  • In order to provide you with the easiest perspectives in menstrual cup specs and details for our reviewed brands of menstrual cups, we have composed a simple table that lists all brands and cups with the associated information. This provides a break-down for you to easily see the exact specifications that each brand features so you can better select the exactly perfect menstrual cup for you.
  • Overwhelmed with the amount of different cups? Not sure how to choose? Please check our in-depth article – How to Choose a Menstrual Cup.
  • We tried our best to deliver the most accurate and up-to-date information on the different menstrual cups, but we cannot guaranty the information is 100% accurate. Find any errors? Looking for a brand or model which isn’t featured here? Want to send us your cup for review and listing? Let us know!

8 Comments
  1. I am a little bit confused as the website i looked at to buy my Athena cup states that it has a 65mm cup length, excluding stem and you have it listed at 54mm.
    I find the Athena too long and am now worried about trying another brand as you list Athena as one of the shortest. Please help. 😖

  2. Thanks for all the information you provide, you make it easier to start using the menstrual cup. I can not believe that something so simple can make life so easy

  3. hey i am from India and people her have just started using menstrual cup but no its only amazon who is selling it and there are very few brands i don’t know what to choose there are very few brands selling it
    should i buy a expensive one. Is it like the expensive one has good quality
    should i use silicon or rubber material

    • Hi Aasiyah!

      I would start with checking the height of your cervix.
      If you don’t know how to, you can visit page: https://menstrualcupreviews.net/how-to-choose-a-menstrual-cup/#Cervical_Height
      That will narrow some cups down that might be more comfortable for you.

      If you have a low cervix, these might work well for you: Lena Cup small, Sckoon, SochCup small, Super Jennie small, StoneSoup Wings Cup, Nari-Yari, LaliCup medium or small, or the Juju Model 1.

      If you have a high cervix, I would check into the Diva Cup, Juju model 2, MeLuna large or XL, Lunette, Silky Cup, SheCup, Rustic Art, LaliCup medium or large, Boondh, SochCup large or the V Cup.

      I have a few friends in India (SochGreen and Hygiene and You) that have workshops about reusable menstrual products and carry or offer these cups. Some of the cups are only sold in Inida 🙂

      Just because a cup is more expensive, doesn’t mean it’s better quality. Read reviews about the specific cup that you’re interested in to see what others say about it.

      As for choosing silicone or another material, it depends on if you have any allergies. You might also choose a material based on how well it opens or keeps it’s shape. A majority of the cups out there are made of silicone. Silicone seems to have a better ‘spring’ than TPE (MeLuna cups are TPE) and may make them easier to open. Most silicone will also keep it’s circlular shape while the rim of TPE cups tend to stay oval.
      If you have rubber allergies, avoid the Keeper Cup. The rest shouldn’t give you any problems.

  4. I ordered the Jennie in a large and the femmy cycle 2 box. I was in the search for a larger menstrual cup because my keeper moon cup filled wasn’t big enough for me. Thank you so much for the size guide!

  5. So far I am thrilled with the capacity of the super Jennie. I wore it during the heaviest part of my period, all day, and it didn’t even reach the halfway point. I could probably wear this 24 hrs straight easily.

  6. Reply
    Taylor Hamil LM CPM MSM January 24, 2016 at 5:09 pm

    Thank you so much for creating this resource! I have so many clients asking for a break down of different cups and what would work best for them per individual anatomic needs. This is fantastic! Thank you.

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