- Where does the cup go?
- How does it sit in relation to that cervix thing I’ve heard about?
- Why is it that the cup sometimes moves when I go to the bathroom?
- Why can I feel pressure on my bladder when my cup is in?
- Can it get lost?
At Put a Cup In It we don’t like mysteries and we want everyone to better understand how things work. In my own personal experience, I was better able to understand using my cup once I saw the inside view of the cup in relation to everything else in the pelvic region.
Some people may not love this video because it’s a bit too graphic, but as a visual learner this is the perfect video. Before you watch the video be warned that a realistic, but clear, vulva is used for the insertion demonstration. A plastic pelvis model showing the rectum, bladder, and uterus is also used.
After watching the video if you need guidance on which cup will work best for you we recommend taking our menstrual cup quiz that will assess your needs based on 9 simple, but important questions.
The cup featured in the video is the Lily Cup, but there is a wide range of cups available (both in style and size). You can consult our menstrual cup chart if you already have a bit of cup knowledge and simply need to pick the best based on your body and flow.
And as always, if you still have questions please feel free to contact us directly.
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