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The Viv Cup Sizing Chart & Guide

Did you know that you were going to need a size guide for your vagina? I know I didn’t. But, that's why we are here! We want you to be confident in your cup size of choice and feel ready to try our product. Not all vaginas are the same which is why we offer two different options. Read on to learn more! 

The Viv Cup- Small

Light/ Normal Flow

The cups diameter is 40mm (1.6 in) by 64 mm (2.5 in)

The ring stem measures 18 mm (.7 in)

Holds 20 ml of fluid with a 10 and a 15 ml line mark

The Viv Cup- Large

Normal/Heavy Flow

The cups diameter is 45 mm (1.8 in) by 71 mm (2.8 in)

The ring stem measures 20 mm (.8 in)

Holds 25 ml of fluid with a 15 and a 20 ml line mark 


The Cup Size Guide for Your Body & Flow

The Viv cup can be emptied 2-4 times a day, used up to 12 hours. After some use, you will have a better understanding of your flow and your habits of needing to empty it. 

Other Circumstances:

We recommend the small if you are a first time menstrual cup user or if you are in your teen years! If you have given birth, pay attention to your cervix position. If it is low then you should use a small. Also pay attention to your flow! It may have changed. For a low sitting cervix, try the small for a stronger fit. You are a very fit with stronger cervix muscles, try the small. 

How do I know if my flow is heavy or light?

The Viv Cup- Small

Spotting: a couple drops here and there, may not even require sanitary protection, although you may want some!

Very Light Bleeding: needing to change a low absorbency or regular tampon or pad once or twice a day, although you may want to change them more. 

Light Bleeding: needing to change a low absorbency or regular tampon or pad three or four times a day, although you may want to change them more. 

The Viv Cup- Large

Moderate Bleeding: needing to change a regular tampon or pad three or four times a day, although you may want to change them more. 

Heavy Bleeding: needing to change a high absorbency tampon or pad three or four times a day, although you may want to change them more.

How do I know what folds to use?

We highly recommend practicing the folds as well as trying out a couple to find the most comfortable insert technique for you. 


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