MeLuna Menstrual Cup Review

Meluna Menstrual Cup

MeLuna Menstrual Cup: Huge Variety of Sizes

The Meluna menstrual cup has a 4.2/5 star rating on Amazon and comes in a huge variety of sizes and lengths. Most other brands of menstrual cups such as the Dutchess Cup or the Diva Cup come in only two sizes: small (pre-childbirth) and large (post-childbirth) but the MeLuna comes in the following sizes:

Small, medium, large, extra-large. They range in length from 41mm (S) to 56mm (XL).

The Shorty Version: For Those with a Low Cervix

They also have a “shorty” version of the Meluna cup which have the same cup diameters, but a reduced capacity and shorter overall length. There are 4 sizes of this version ranging in length from 35mm (S) to 44mm (XL). Along with the Femmy Cycle Low Cervix Cup, they make excellent choices for women who have shorter vaginal canals.

Meluna Menstrual Cup Sizing Chart

Meluna Cup size chart

People on Amazon are saying the following things about the Meluna Menstrual Cup:

“For the price, you can’t go wrong.”

“It’s a very comfortable menstrual cup once you get the hang of how to use it.”

“It’s easier to get into place than the Diva Cup.”

“I’ve tried several menstrual cups but this one is my favourite.”

You can buy the Meluna on Amazon.

Meluna Menstrual Cup Pros:

  1. It’s affordable.
  2. It’s an excellent option for those with a low to medium cervix.
  3. The XL regular model has a capacity of 42ml which is much greater than most other menstrual cups on the market. Diva Cup Large = 30ml. Dutchess Cup Large = 25ml. See this menstrual cup comparison chart for more details.
  4. The small size (both versions) has a diameter of 38mm, which is smaller than most other cups including the Diva Cup, Lunette and Keeper. It can make an excellent choice for very small ladies or for teenagers who are not sexually active as well.
  5. The firmness is excellent and it pops open really easily.

Meluna Menstrual Cup Cons:

  1. For some ladies, the smell is terrible. They seem to have tried everything including using something like the Diva Wash, boiling it and soaking it overnight but to no avail and they eventually switched to another brand of cup.  Other menstrual cups don’t seem to have these same complaints about them, so it’s something to consider before buying this one.

The Takeaway: 

Almost everyone that uses the cup seems to really like the variety of sizes (Small—>Extra-large) and shapes (regular and short) as well as how easy it is to insert and remove. It’s an economical choice for those with a low cervix (the shorty version) and also for those with an extremely heavy flow (the XL size). There are few reports of leaking. However, for some, the smell lingered even after washing/soaking/boiling and was never able to be resolved.

You can buy the Meluna Menstrual Cup on Amazon.

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