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Venus Menstrual Cup Size Large – High Capacity for Heavy Flow – Medium to High Cervix

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The large-sized Venus Cup is perfect for those who have a heavier flow or those who experience clotting.

The large would also be easier to reach for those who have a medium to a high cervix, or a very high cervix.

You may prefer this size if you have a light to moderate flow for the extra capacity and wearing time up to 12 hours.

The large Venus Cup has a capacity of 38ml to the air holes and 47ml to the rim. This is about 30% more than the average large sized cup and is equal to approximately 9 regular absorbency tampons.

Larger cups sometimes lose their firmness near the rim and can be difficult to open.  We have included an invisible secondary rim in which the silicone is slightly thicker near the air holes, as well as an inner ring for reinforcement. Both of these features will aid in helping the cup to open after the fold is released.

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204 reviews for Venus Menstrual Cup Size Large – High Capacity for Heavy Flow – Medium to High Cervix

    Kelsey
    October 4, 2021
    leaks and doesn't hold much
    I chose this cause I don't exactly get breaks with my career choice I will never buy this again it leaks non stop even after being correctly put in an...More
    I chose this cause I don't exactly get breaks with my career choice I will never buy this again it leaks non stop even after being correctly put in and doesn't nearly as much as it's should
    Reply from Venus Cup Team:
    We’re sorry to hear that the large Venus Cup didn’t work for you right from the start. There is a learning curve and may take some practice and some time to get adjusted to using it.
    The large Venus Cup is one of the top three highest capacity cups on the market. When used correctly it should give you some extra wear time during your busy day.
    If you decide to try it again, here are some tips that might help:

    - In a squatting position, aim the folded cup down and back towards your tailbone. The cervix isn't normally located straight up into the vaginal canal. Inserting it as such can result in a cup that won't open completely, leaking, shifting or rotating, and/or discomfort and pressure.
    - After the cup is inserted, insert a finger and feel around the rim or as high up on the cup as you can for any dents. If you feel a dent, wiggle the cup down and then use a finger to push it back up into place. Often, when a cup (any cup) is inserted completely, the cervix gets in the way of allowing the rim to fully expand. Wiggling or rocking the cup down will let your cervix correct itself.
    Alternatively, you can insert the cup halfway and then let it open before using a finger to push it into place.
    Either way will help the cup open before being positioned directly under or around the cervix.
    - There's always some blood coating the vaginal walls even after the cup is placed. To avoid spotting, use a wet pH balanced wipe or cloth to clean the grip rings and stem of any excess blood.

    We’re always here for support. Please don’t hesitate to contact us directly for one on one support.
    Best wishes,
    The Venus Cup Team
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    Karen
    September 3, 2021
    Diva cup
    Very messy
    Reply from Venus Cup Team:
    We’re sorry to hear that you didn’t have a pleasant experience while using the large Venus Cup. Please understand that it may take practice to perfect. There will always be some mess, whether you’re using pads, tampons, sponges, period underwear, and yes, even menstrual cups.

    Here are some tips that may help:
    -Use a wet pH balance wipe or damn cloth to clean any excess blood off of the stem and/or cup base. Excess blood can cause spotting which often makes users think that they are leaking from the cup itself.
    Removal:
    -Squatting in a tub or shower will help bring the cervix and cup closer to the vaginal opening and give you easier access. It also makes for a simple clean-up if there are any overflows or spills until you get the hang of it.

    Please don’t hesitate to contact us directly should you need one on one support. We’re here for you.
    Best wishes,
    The Venus Cup Team
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    Kay
    February 23, 2021
    love the size, can hold a lot
    Unfortunately the cup was too soft for me. I need a harder cup. i purchased this for the size if was harder it may have been perfect
    Reply from Venus Cup Team:
    Thank you for taking a few minutes to share your experience and feedback while using the large Venus Cup. Although we tried to keep the firmness at a medium, it will still be too soft or too firm for certain individuals. We’re just sorry that it was that way for you.
    If you feel inclined to try it again, there are some helpful tips in the user manual, as well as Troubleshooting - Venus Menstrual Cup, but here are three methods to getting a softer cup to open:
    -A common issue when a cup (any cup) is inserted completely, is that the cervix gets in the way of allowing the rim to fully expand. It can also push the cervix to the side which will cause leaking. Wiggling or rocking the cup down will let your cervix correct itself. Then use a finger to push it back up into place.
    -Insert the cup halfway, let it open, and then use a finger to push it into place.
    -Insert the cup then use a finger to press it against the vagainal wall to create a space for the cup to expand. Slowly release the pressure from the cup and let it open again your finger.
    Please don’t hesitate to contact us directly should you need support. We’re here to help :)

    If all else fails, we hope that you can find a cup with the capacity and firmness that you’re looking for even if it’s not the Venus Cup.
    Best wishes,
    The Venus Cup Team
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    Michelle Leonard-Brandt
    February 11, 2021
    Not my favorite menstrual cup. Very uncomfortable.
    Very painful. Cup is not flexible enough. Good for heavy flow if you can get past the discomfort. Used it for 2 cycles but had to switch to a differen...More
    Very painful. Cup is not flexible enough. Good for heavy flow if you can get past the discomfort. Used it for 2 cycles but had to switch to a different brand.
    Reply from Venus Cup Team:
    Hi Michelle,
    I’m sorry to hear that your experience with the large Venus Cup was not a pleasant one. Although we tried to keep the firmness to a medium compared to other cups, there is always going to be individuals who find the Venus Cup either too soft or too firm. We’re just sorry that you were one of them. Luckily, you were able to switch to a different brand. We hope that it works well for you even though it isn’t the Venus Cup.
    Best wishes,
    The Venus Cup Team
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    isabel
    September 22, 2020
    Gets lost
    Not for me unfortunately. I tried different brands and none of them seem to work for me. They get lost even with the bigger one. My husband had to hel...More
    Not for me unfortunately. I tried different brands and none of them seem to work for me. They get lost even with the bigger one. My husband had to help me get it removed.
    Reply from Venus Cup Team:
    Hi Isabel,

    I'm sorry that you didn't have a very good experience with the large Venus Cup. Although we tried to design it so that it was easy to reach for individuals with a high cervix, it may still be out of reach for users with a very high cervix.
    If you choose to give the Venus Cup another try, make sure that you are inserting and positioning it correctly. The cervix isn't normally located straight up, but more slanted to the back (near the rectum). In a squatting position, aim the folded cup down and back towards the tailbone. This will place the cup in a better position near the cervix. To remove the cup, squat and bear down with your pelvic floor muscles to bring it closer to the vaginal opening. It may need a series of pushes until it's low enough.
    If you still have issues with locating the cup, you may want to look for one specifically designed for a high cervix. These tend to be longer and/or have a longer stem.
    Again, I'm sorry that the Venus Cup wasn't your perfect cup right from the start. Please don't hesitate to contact me directly if you decide to try it again and would like one on one support.

    Best wishes,
    The Venus Cup Team
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    Jo
    April 24, 2020
    Leaks
    I’m not fan of this cup even though I really want to be. I bought it because of its large capacity. Sadly, it leaks constantly. I’m not new to using a...More
    I’m not fan of this cup even though I really want to be. I bought it because of its large capacity. Sadly, it leaks constantly. I’m not new to using a cup, so this is quite frustrating. It will leak when it barely has anything in it. It’s not like it will start leaking right after putting it in. It will start to leak 3 hours later. I feel like it is loosing suction and falling out of me. Not good. Will have to order another one.
    Reply from Venus Cup Team:
    Hello Jo,
    I'm sorry to hear that the Venus Cup didn't live up to your expectations. Although you are not new to menstrual cups, I hope that I can share some tips with you that might help eliminate the leaking issues.

    Make sure to aim the cup down and back toward your tailbone (from a squatting position). Our cervix is not typically located straight up. If a cup is inserted as such, it may push the cervix to the side and not within the rim of the cup.

    Insert a finger to feel around the cup and make sure it has expanded. If you feel any indents, pinch the base or spin the cup as best as you can to try to get the rim to open completely. If this doesn't work, rock the cup down and back & forth. Sometimes the cervix is in the way of allowing the rim to open.

    After the cup is inserted, use a wet wipe or cloth to clean the base and stem. There is often residual blood coating the vaginal walls that eventually make its way onto your underwear with gravity.

    I hope these tips help. If there's anything else I can help you with, please don't hesitate to contact us directly. We're here for support.
    Best Wishes & Stay Well,
    The Venus Cup Team
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Everything Needed for a Happy Period! With the purchase of the large Venus Cup, you will receive a cotton canvas storage pouch and a detailed user’s manual packed with information and illustrations – all safely packaged in a Venus Box.

The Venus Cup collects the menstrual flow instead of absorbing without interfering with the body’s pH balance or natural processes.

The Venus Cup is made of 100% Medical Grade Silicone and uses Medical Grade Colorants.

The Venus Cup is manufactured in the USA and in an FDA registered facility.

  • Locating and Measuring your cervix is one of the best ways to figure out which size will be both easy and comfortable – click here for more details!
  • You may also choose a size based on your menstrual flow needs.

  • Yes. When the Venus Cup is placed correctly, it is undetectable by you or anyone else. If the stem is visible from the outside of the body, it can be trimmed down for comfort.
  • Since the Venus Cup is reusable, you will not need to carry extra menstrual protection products.
  • The Venus Cup holds much more than a tampon and you may not need to empty it as often.

It should be! If you have any discomfort with it at any time, you may need to try different folding techniques, using a water-based personal lubricant, or changing the size.

The Venus Cup is great for a light flow, heavy flow, very heavy flow, when you’re expecting your period but not bleeding yet, or even just to stay dry from discharge!

The Venus Cup won’t have the familiar odor as a rotting disposable tampon or pad. Depending on your body and blood, the Venus Cup may periodically have an odor more like the smell of “iron”. This can be resolved – check this article for more info.

Like with all menstrual cups, there is a chance of leaking. This is a very common problem among new users. It may take time and practice getting things just right, but there are some things that can be done to minimize this from happening – click here for more info!

Everything under the moon and sun! The Venus Cup will allow you the freedom to carry on with your daily activities whether it be school, work, sports, or sleeping!

There are some things to consider when choosing the correct size for you.

    • Cervical height – Low, Medium, High Cervix
    • Previous experience and comfort level
    • Capacity needs

To read more about choosing a size, please visit our Choosing the Correct Size page.

Please visit our insertion page for useful information and tips.

Please visit our removal page for more info and tips!

For additional questions and answers, please visit our FAQs page.

Additional information

Weight 0.19 lbs
Dimensions 4.33 × 3.14 × 2.16 in
Color

Purple

Material

100% Medical Grade Silicone, ISO Certified

Category

Menstrual Cups

FDA

FDA Registered and Quality materials! Quality Assured -The Venus Cup team has met and continues to comply with all of the quality standards set by the FDA. The Venus Cup, as well as the facility that manufactures them, are both registered with the FDA (3003270419) and has an ISO quality management certificate. Our cups are made of medical grade silicone and do not contain BPA, Latex, Phthalates, or Toxins. The Venus Cup is also hypoallergenic.