An Introduction to the FemmyCycle
The Femmycycle is a popular menstrual cup that’s made in the USA. Take a look at the picture above. You’ll notice that the Femmy Cycle Cup has a very unusual shape to it. Compared to other cups which are more like cones, the Femmycycle is like a bell.
If you’ve found that the regular cone-shaped cups didn’t work that well for you, consider going with this one. It might just work because the shape is so different.
Most menstrual cups come in two sizes: small and large.
But, the Femmy Cycle Cup is a bit unusual in that there are three distinct options: Low Cervix, Regular and Petite.
Our goal is to help you decide between them.
Choose the Right Femmy Cycle Menstrual Cup for your Body Type
Getting the right menstrual cup is important. If you don’t, your cup won’t fit that well and it’ll probably leak like crazy. Of course, you’ll feel frustrated and likely want to give up!
Let’s take a look at the three Femmycycle options and find out which one will work best for you. Be sure to check this out first: Cervix Height and How to Measure It.
Option #1: Femmycycle Low Cervix
First up is the low cervix model. This is for people with short vaginal canals who need a shorter menstrual cup.
How do you know if you have a low cervix? Reach into your vagina with your index finger. If you can touch your cervix easily when your finger isn’t even fully inserted, you have a low cervix. And, the FemmyCycle Low Cervix Model will be suitable for you.
At 50 mm, it’s a full 20 mm shorter than the average menstrual cup at around 70 mm (the Diva Cup for example). It’s actually one of the shortest menstrual cups you can buy. This will ensure a far more comfortable experience with using a menstrual cup.
How to Measure your Cervix and Why
Option #2: Femmycycle Regular
The next option is the regular Femmy Cycle Cup. This one will work for most people. The diameter is still a low 36 mm, while the length is a bit shorter than average at 63 mm. However, the capacity is a normal 30 ml.
Option #3: Femmycycle Petite/Teen
Finally, the last option is the Femmy Cycle Petite, previously known as the “teen” version. It’s a very small menstrual cup. It has a very, very small diameter of only 31 mm, which is a full 10 mm shorter than the smallest Diva Cup. It’s one of the smallest menstrual cups you can buy.
This makes it suitable for very young people, those who haven’t given birth vaginally, or those who are very petite.
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