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I’m planning on getting my first menstrual cup, and I have a high cervix – almost can’t reach it during menstruation and can’t reach it at all while not menstruating.
Given that, I don’t know if I should get the A or B/Small or Regular/etc size. I’m thinking on getting the OrganiCup, but they advise A for people who haven’t given birth and B for those who have. I am 19 and have not given birth nor carried out a full term pregnancy.
Should I get size A or B? Does width matter much? (What’s your opinion of OrganiCup, if there are any clients of theirs here?)

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