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If you like the way the OrganiCup fits, you might want to stay with the brand but try the larger size – B.
If you want something that holds more, you’ll need a cup with a longer body or a different shape. I don’t want to suggest cups at random in fear that it might not fit well. It’s best if you can share a bit of information that would help me narrow down some cups that might be comfortable and still have the capacity that you’re looking for.
Do you know if you have a low or a high cervix?
– Is the smaller OrganiCup easy to reach or do you feel like you need to push your fingers in to reach the stem/base of the cup?
Do you have any bladder or bowel sensitivity issues?
– Do you feel like you need to urinate more frequently or experience more constipation while you’re using the cup?
The information above will help me understand if a longer and/or wider cup might be comfortable.
How to Choose a Menstrual Cup
Without knowing any information about your situation, the cups that I would recommend looking into would be (in no particular order)
Venus Cup Small – 29ml
OrganiCup A (for reference) – 25ml
LaliCup Medium – 36ml
Super Jennie Small – 32ml
Check those out and see if any interest you. If you have questions about any of them I’ll do my best to provide you with the information I have.
Until then, good luck and good health.
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