High Capacity Menstrual Cups — A Put A Cup In It Guide

If you’re looking for high capacity menstrual cups, you’ve come to the right place. Please keep in mind that if you have not used a menstrual cup before, you may have a lighter flow than you think. Tampons and pads give the appearance of more blood lost due to the way absorbent materials soak up fluids. That said, if you know you have a heavy flow and need a high capacity cup, these should help! We do suggest taking our Menstrual Cup Quiz before purchasing a cup.

Click the top of each column to sort by brand, length, diameter, firmness, or capacity.


Brand Size Length Diameter Capacity (To Holes) Capacity (Listed) Stem Firmness
LaliCup Medium 2.00″ 1.74″ 30 ml 36 ml .87″ 3
LaliCup Large 2.13″ 1.83″ 35 ml 41 ml .75″ 3
Luv Ur Body M 2.44″ 1.77″ 45 ml .79” leaf  <30 N/A
Luv Ur Body M 2.44″ 1.77″ 38 ml 45 ml .79” leaf N/A
Luv Ur Body L 2.36″ 1.89 “ 36 ml 46 ml .79” leaf N/A
Merula One Size 1.54″ 1.81″ 38 ml 38 ml 2.83″ Ladder (2.4″ or 1.9″ trimmed) 5
Merula XL One Size 1.97″ 1.81″ 50 ml 50 ml 1.02″ Ladder 5
Super Jennie L 2.05″ 1.85″ 34 ml 41 ml .63″ Stem 1
XO Flo One Size 2.16″ 1.77″ 38 ml 38 ml 1.22″ Ball Taper 4
Yuuki 2 2.20″ 1.81″ 33 ml 37 ml .71″ Hollow Round 5
Yuuki Soft 2 2.20″ 1.81″ 33 ml 37 ml .71″ Hollow Round 4

Unless otherwise noted, all cups are made from medical grade silicone. Rubber cups are quite firm and TPE ((thermoplastic elastomer)) cups are safe for those with silicone allergies. Capacity is to holes when known. Please note that inclusion in this chart does not equal an endorsement.

Cups can also be compared side-by-side on our Menstrual Cup Comparison Chart and Menstrual Cup Firmness Guide.

Should you have any questions, please feel free to reach out for help in our private Facebook Group.

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