FemmyCycle Menstrual Cup Review
The Femmy Cycle menstrual cup has a 4.0/5 star rating on Amazon and it can make a good choice for teens with the extremely small diameter (only 31 mm) or those women with a low cervix (only 50 mm in length).
The FemmyCycle period cup is a bit unusual in its design in that the base of the cup is less pointed, and more cylindrical than other models. It also features a ring, instead of a stem on the end which can make it far easier to remove than some of the more traditional menstrual cups.
The Femmy Cycle has been out on the market for two years and during that time it has garnered much attention due to their patented “no-spill” design. High claims and it’s certainly not cheap on the Amazon US store, making it one of the most expensive menstrual cups. FemmyCycle does however make a low-cervix model which can work well for women with a short vaginal canal who cannot use traditional cups like the Dutchess, Lunette, Diva Cup, or Moon Cup.
FemmyCycle Menstrual Cup: 3 Models
Regular– Diameter, length and capacity that is similar to other cups on the market.
Teen-a diameter of 31 mm, which is one of the smallest on the market. The smallest Diva Cup has a diameter of 41 mm, for example.
Low Cervix– 50 mm in length, which is one of the shortest available among menstrual cups, but still with a normal capacity of 30 ml.
People that Like it are Saying Things Like:
“I’ve been using it for a few cycles now and I still love this thing!”
“This cup is shorter, thinner and more flexible than some of the other cups. This makes it work much better for me.”
FemmyCycle Menstrual Cup Pros:
- The teen model has one of the smallest diameters, making it an excellent choice for teens, or smaller women, especially those who have not had sexual intercourse.
- The low cervix model has one of the shortest lengths of all period cups, making it an excellent choice for those with a very low cervix who want a cup with a “normal capacity.
- For those who’ve figured out how to insert it correctly, it really doesn’t leak.
- It stays firmly in place, unlike some of the other cups which can shift around.
- Despite the normal capacity when compared to other cups, this one just seems to hold more without leaking and even on nights of very heavy flow, it can last for the entire time.
FemmyCycle Menstrual Cup Cons:
- The price. The Femmy Cycle is certainly not cheap. The Anigan EvaCup for example comes in at about 1/2 the price.
- It’s seems really large and intimidating, and some women have a difficult time inserting it, despite trying all the recommended folding techniques.
- It can be difficult to position correctly, especially if this is the first menstrual cup you’re using. It’s perhaps better to get some experience with a more traditional cup first.
- It suctions too well and too close to the cervix, making it painful for some women.
Those that love the FemmyCycle seem to really love it. It holds a lot of menstrual fluid, firmly, and without leaking. However, some women just couldn’t get the hang of it, despite many tries and they were unable to insert it, position it, or remove it easily. This one is perhaps best used after you’ve tried something like the Diva Cup and found it not to your liking, since the large cup shape can be quite intimidating for those not used to the other period cups.
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