Cup menstrual Me Luna comes in 4 sizes different (S, M, L and XL)
A menstrual cup to be effective, it is essential to choose the right size
A menstrual cup too small:
does not seal, - slides or rotates inside your vagina - may be difficult to remove (as placed too high in the vagina)
A menstrual cup too large:
Does not fully unfold inside the vagina - may cause discomfort or even pain.
The heaviness of your menstrual flow does not necessarily determine your size.
To choose the right size, several factors must be taken into account:
SIZE and CORPULENCE: Petite women often use sizes S or M. women who are big and strong tend to prefer larger sizes. The body size and stature seem to have an impact on the required size of a menstrual cup.
BIRTHS through bass: During childbirth the vagina stretches, it can change in size and shape. The perineum can also be less firm.
PHYSICAL activity: The regular practice of sport has a direct impact on muscle tone. The muscles of the pelvic floor are more strengthened, particularly among women regularly practicing horseback riding, yoga, Pilates and Kegel exercises.
-For women measuring < 1 m 70
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In the case of abundant flow, the choice is the largest model.
«Sports» women generally prefer a smaller menstrual cup or else opt for MeLuna 'sport' model.
There are 3 different densities.
MeLuna 'Classic' is the degree of smoothness suitable for most women:-any woman with normally developed musculature - any woman with normal sensitivity (no pain or pressure with previous use of buffers)
Me Luna 'SPORT' is specially designed to withstand the pressure of the pelvic floor muscles and stay perfectly in place to ensure maximum, even sealing by sport and exercise.
Women with a strong pelvic floor muscles. Some sports and exercises especially develop the muscles of the pelvic floor, such as horseback riding, yoga, Pilate method, Kegel exercises...
Cup menstrual Me Luna 'Sport' is 25% stiffer than a Me Luna 'classic '.
This greater rigidity makes it a little harder to use 'Me Luna Sport', but it allows the Cup stay in shape, it is not crushed.
The 'SOFT' MeLuna was designed for women ages birth several times by lower tract, for overweight women or having a low muscular perineum.
These menstrual cups in model 'SOFT' are deprecated in young women who begin with the use of a menstrual cup as well as women with a 'normal abdominal muscles '.
Indeed, a normally muscular perineum will prevent the 'Soft' Me Luna unfold easily. For women who do not have problems of perineum, we always recommend the use of Me Luna 'classics '.
MeLuna "SHORTY" was designed for women: having a vagina short birth, women whose uterus descended after giving birth or as a result of a uterine period pro and for young girls of small size. (from 12 years).
Cup menstrual Me Luna SHORTY is shorter than the normal version and is available in three degrees of density. (Classic, Soft and Sport.)
SHORTY "S" is the smallest menstrual cup market.
Cup menstrual Me Luna can be used by a Virgin woman, but as for the buffers, the hymen may break.
For women who have never had sexual intercourse, we recommend the S size.
The port of an intrauterine device (IUD) in principle does not prevent the menstrual cup port where the wires are cut short. It must nevertheless be careful not to dislodge or even remove the suction effect (what never happens in principle)
The various handle options:
Stem, ball or ring?
The ring is easy to grasp and the MeLuna can be removed without a challenge. Beginners often prefer the ring.
The ball is our most frequently requested handle type. It is small and comfortably round. Many women are most comfortable with this type of handle.
The stem is recommended for women whose cervix sits further back/up. Even beginners who are worried that the cup may be difficult for them to grasp for removal may feel more confident with the longer stem. If it is bothersome, the stem can be cut or shortened as required.