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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

    Julie
    December 18, 2021
    Keep trying
    I tried this to see how it would feel. It's a little too big and it keeps sliding down.
    Reply from Venus Cup Team:
    Hi Julie,
    Thank you for sharing your feedback while trying the Venus Cup. We’re sorry to hear that the large felt too big and that you experienced it sliding down. You can try turning it inside out if you feel confident that you can remove it without a stem. It is safe to use this way and will give you an idea if a smaller, shorter, and narrower cup would be more suitable for your anatomy.
    Please don’t hesitate to contact us directly if you would like one on one support. We’re here and happy to help.
    Best wishes,
    The Venus Cup Team
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    Tea Green
    December 11, 2021
    Very big. Short stem
    I think I ordered the wrong size because this was wayyyyy to big for me. I haven't had children yet so I should've went with a smaller size. Very unco...More
    I think I ordered the wrong size because this was wayyyyy to big for me. I haven't had children yet so I should've went with a smaller size. Very uncomfortable to put in and taking it out took me forever. Also . I felt it at all times. One time it went up too far & that was a disaster because the stem is really short.
    Reply from Venus Cup Team:
    Thank you for taking a moment to share your feedback while using the large Venus Cup. We’re sorry to hear that it didn’t work out as you hoped it would. Although bearing children isn’t a rule of thumb for using the larger size, it does sound like it was too wide for your comfort. We feel that the smaller Venus Cup would be a better option for your anatomy.
    If you choose to try the large again in the future, try squatting down while inserting and removing the cup. It will help bring it closer to the vaginal opening and give you an easier reach.
    Please don’t hesitate to contact us directly should you need one on one support. We’re here to help.
    Best wishes,
    The Venus Cup Team
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    MysTreNae
    November 29, 2021
    what is that ?
    It seemed better than diva cup I was able to go nearly 2 hours with it in never wore more than 4 hrs why did this thing end up smelling so weird???? I...More
    It seemed better than diva cup I was able to go nearly 2 hours with it in never wore more than 4 hrs why did this thing end up smelling so weird???? I can't use it again I have sterilized in so many ways used specific washes and all and it is like permanently affected. Don't come for me either because I was fine no issues there thank you
    Reply from Venus Cup Team:
    We’re sorry to hear that you had some issues with the large Venus Cup. It is normal to have different odors as our bodies change from month to month. The slightest upset in the pH balance can cause our discharge to look and smell different. But it doesn’t always mean that something is wrong. This is the same for staining. The cup, any cup, can become stained depending on how thick and dark your menses for the month. Neither issue will likely happen every month. Diet, work-outs, medications, stress, etc., can also affect our bodies and hormones differently, including our menstrual flow.
    If possible, we suggest letting your cup air dry near a sunny window. The odor, as well as stains, should fade.
    Please contact us directly if you have any further issues. We would be happy to troubleshoot with you.
    Best wishes,
    The Venus Cup Team
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    Amazon Customer
    September 27, 2021
    Too soft, hard to insert while maintaining it's shape
    It was a nice size, although, because it is very, soft, it was hard to insert, and it wouldn't expand properly, because of the soft material.
    Reply from Venus Cup Team:
    Thank you for sharing your feedback while using the large Venus Cup. Although we kept the Venus Cup at a medium firmness, some individuals may find it too soft or too firm. We’re just sorry that you were one of them.
    If you decide to try it again, below are some tips that might help:

    Proper placement during insertion -
    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. It may also prohibit the cup from opening.
    No dents -
    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.
    Feels too soft -
    Insert the cup and then insert a single finger next to the cup’s body and press it into the vaginal wall. Wider cups or cups with a rounded base may need room to expand. Let the cup slowly open against your finger.

    I hope that one of these tips results in a successful experience. Please don’t hesitate to contact us should you need further support.
    Best wishes,
    The Venus Cup Team
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    melissa
    September 3, 2021
    Average
    Hard to get in and out, still leaks some. It does hold more than the average cup
    Reply from Venus Cup Team:
    Thank you for sharing your feedback while using the large Venus Cup. We’re sorry that it wasn’t the perfect cup for you right from the start. We hope that the tips below will help you have a better experience if you decide to try it again.

    Inserting:
    -Squatting down while inserting the cup will put your cervix closer to the vaginal opening and give you easier reach. It will also help you angle the cup correctly down and back towards your tailbone.

    Use and leaking:
    -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.
    -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 will also allow you to reach the base of the cup to pinch and release the seal. Cleaning up is simple if there are any overflows or spills.

    I hope these tips help. Please feel free to contact us directly for one on one support. We’re always here for you.
    Best wishes,
    The Venus Cup Team
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    Tierra W
    July 28, 2021
    Does last 12 hours
    It's a sturdy cup.
    Reply from Venus Cup Team:
    We’re pleased to hear that the large Venus Cup lasts the full 12 hours for your flow.
    Please don’t hesitate to contact us directly if you would like one on one support for any issues you may be having. We’re always here to help.
    Sincerely,
    The Venus Cup Team
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    Ashten Matthew
    July 23, 2021
    Couldn't pee
    I bought this to try a larger capacity cup because I planned on going off birth control. Everything was good except I couldn't pee with the cup in.
    Reply from Venus Cup Team:
    Thank you for sharing your experience while using the large Venus Cup. Although we tried to keep it at a medium firmness, there’s always going to be individuals who find it too soft or too firm. We’re just sorry that you had to be one of them. If you decide to try the Venus Cup again, you can turn it inside out to see if it relieves the pressure. It is safe to use this way as long as you’re comfortable removing it without the stem.
    Please don’t hesitate to contact us directly for one on one support. We’re always here for you.
    Best wishes,
    The Venus Cup Team
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    VLV
    May 29, 2021
    Too hard silicone
    I liked the size, it holds enough blood to have a secure sleep.I didn't like the hardness of the silicon, compared to other brands, this one is harder...More
    I liked the size, it holds enough blood to have a secure sleep.I didn't like the hardness of the silicon, compared to other brands, this one is harder to bend/fold and to locate properly.
    Reply from Venus Cup Team:
    Although we kept the firmness at a medium to appease a majority of the cup users, it’s still going to be too soft or too firm for certain individuals. We’re just sorry that you were one of them. The large Venus Cup is slightly softer than the one of the most popular brands that can be found on store shelves. If you decide to try the Venus Cup again, you can turn it inside out to see if it feels more comfortable. It’s safe to use this way as long as you can remove it without a stem.
    Please don’t hesitate to contact us directly should you need one on one support. We’re here to help you have the best possible experience.
    Best wishes,
    The Venus Cup Team
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    Gemini
    March 13, 2021
    Very soft cup with large capacity
    This cup is very soft. It is almost impossible for me to make it pop, let alone create suction. I have to spin it for sometimes a full 5 minutes befor...More
    This cup is very soft. It is almost impossible for me to make it pop, let alone create suction. I have to spin it for sometimes a full 5 minutes before it will unfold, but has never once created suction. Too soft for me. Sadly. It is a good size for heavy periods..if you can work a soft cup. You may love it. I'll.stick with Super Jennie and peachlife
    Reply from Venus Cup Team:
    Hi Gemini,
    Thank you for sharing your experience and feedback while using the large Venus Cup. Although we tried to keep the Venus Cup at a medium firmness, there are always going to be individuals who find it either too soft or too firm. We apologize that you were one of them.
    If you decide to try the Venus Cup again, here are some tips that might help get the cup open.

    -Let the cup open in a lower position (insert cup 1/2 way). The cervix can often prevent the rim from expanding. Then use a single finger to push the cup into place.
    -Insert the cup and use a single finger to press the body into the vaginal wall. Then slowly release the pressure and allow the cup to open against your finger. A wide-body cup like the Venus Cup sometimes needs a little space to open in.

    Again, we're sorry that the Venus Cup didn't work for you from the start but we're pleased to hear that you have other cups that are perfect for you.
    Please don't hesitate to contact us directly for one on one support. We're here to help.

    Best wishes,
    The Venus Cup Team
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    jen
    July 3, 2020
    Purchased this menstrual cup hoping it would be great
    The menstrual cup is sturdy and not flimsy which is great. I got it because I keep overflowing from my other cup. I tried to put in the cup but it was...More
    The menstrual cup is sturdy and not flimsy which is great. I got it because I keep overflowing from my other cup. I tried to put in the cup but it was a bit painful and difficult (even after reading the booklet) so I will try again when my next cycle comes and be more relaxed. However one thing I noticed about the cup exterior is that its a dust magnet. Any fabric fuzzies gets glued on there due to the material of the cup's wall (rubbery) which is annoying and surprised they thought that this is okay. Not sure if thats normal for all cups because I have only used the Initimina Lily Cup which is great and doesnt have this issue. Other than that, super excited to see how this product works out even though the first try-out wasn't ideal!
    Reply from Venus Cup Team:
    Hi Jen,

    I'm sorry that you didn't have success with the large Venus Cup right from the start. It is quite a different body shape than your current cup so it may take some time adjusting the insertion process. A bit of water-based lubricant may help ease the cup in until you're comfortable with it.
    As for the fuzzies sticking to the silicone - the Venus Cup is made of medical-grade silicone in an FDA registered facility in the USA. We have all of our paperwork in order and are FDA compliant each step of the way.
    Our bodies normally neutralize static electricity. Some times or days it's more or less than others (like when you have frizzy hair one day but not the next) and it can cause our cups to attract more lint, dust, or fuzz. However, I can't speak for cups made in China (like your current cup) as I don't know the quality of the silicone.
    I hope that you can get the large Venus Cup to work for you. Please don't hesitate to contact us directly should you need any support. We'll try our best to help you have a successful experience.

    Best wishes. Stay well.
    The Venus Cup Team
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    Rebecca T
    June 18, 2020
    Bad for high cervix, good for beginners with heavy flow
    The suction is very good and this is a great high-capacity cup, but the biggest problem I had with this cup is that the stem is rounded and smoothed a...More
    The suction is very good and this is a great high-capacity cup, but the biggest problem I had with this cup is that the stem is rounded and smoothed and absolutely impossible to grip. It's worse than useless. If you are the sort of person that cuts off the stem this should not be a problem and this may be the cup for you. However, if you have a high cervix or have had issues in the past with cups making cramping worse, I would not recommend this cup.Overall, this cup has the perfect firmness level for a good ballance between comfort and ease of use and I love the color! It's dark enough to hide stains without being an ugly color. Plus I love purple! But I cannot give the cup more than 3 stars because it's the closest I've ever come to getting a cup stuck and the stem needs a complete redesign.
    Reply from Venus Cup Team:
    Hi Rebecca,

    I'm sorry to hear that the large Venus Cup wasn't a perfect fit for you. Although our feedback from high cervix users was mostly positive, menstrual cups are not a one size fits all product and we understand that it's not going to get the right cup for everyone.
    Thank you for sharing some benefits of the cup even if it wasn't your Goldilocks. We hope that you find something that is comfortable AND has the length you need for your high cervix even if it's not the Venus Cup.

    Best wishes. Stay well.
    The Venus Cup Team
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    Meal Prep Genie
    May 8, 2020
    Capacity issues...
    I bought this because of the stated capacity, but read it again: that's 'to the rim'. Be advised that this cup will leak at anything above 20ml which...More
    I bought this because of the stated capacity, but read it again: that's 'to the rim'. Be advised that this cup will leak at anything above 20ml which is well below the rim. For frame of reference: if you have to change an Ultra tampon every 90 minutes, you'll have to empty the cup after 4 1/2 hours. Anything over 5 hours, and you'll be leaking. which is why I deducted two stars. Other than that, I don't have any issues with this product. In fact, I quite like it.
    Reply from Venus Cup Team:
    I’m sorry that you didn’t have a good experience with the Venus Cup. The large Venus Cup holds 38 ml to the air holes and 47 ml to the rim which is approximately 30% more than the average large-sized menstrual cup on the market. Depending on how low your cervix rests inside of the cup will determine how much capacity is available. This is the same with any menstrual cup on the market and will vary from one person to the next. 38 ml even at the air holes, is still a higher capacity than most average large-sized cups at maximum capacity.

    Again, I’m sorry that the Venus Cup didn’t work out for you but we’re confident that you will find something that suits your needs.

    Best Wishes,
    The Venus Cup Team
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    Erica
    March 15, 2020
    To soft for me to get open.
    This could be great for some women, but the rim would need to be firmer for me to be able to use it.Otherwise, it seems to be of good quality, and the...More
    This could be great for some women, but the rim would need to be firmer for me to be able to use it.Otherwise, it seems to be of good quality, and the color is great.
    Reply from Venus Cup Team:
    Hi Erica,

    I'm sorry to hear that you found the large Venus Cup rim too soft. We tried to keep it a medium firmness by including an inner ring to help the rim open. Unfortunately, it still isn't the firmness you hoped for.
    If you ever feel like giving the Venus Cup a try again, there are some helpful tips in the user manual that might help troubleshoot getting the rim to open.
    I'll include a couple here:
    Insert the cup halfway, allow it to open, and then use a finger to push it into place.
    Insert the cup halfway, press it to the vaginal wall and let it expand. Then use a finger to push it into place.
    Often when a softer cup is inserted all the way, the cervix will block the rim from opening. Allowing the cup to open lower in the vaginal canal may avoid this.
    We are also always available for support.
    Otherwise, I hope that you find the perfect cup for your periods even if it isn't the Venus Cup.

    Best Wishes!
    The Venus Cup Team
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    Rachel
    March 9, 2020
    Really really big!
    I never used this but ordered a few to see which I’d like. I opened this and saw how HUGE it was and put it back and returned it.
    Reply from Venus Cup Team:
    Hi Rachel,

    I'm sorry to hear that the large Venus Cup looked too big for your liking. The small Venus Cup might be a better option. Although it is labeled as a small cup, it still holds 29ml which is a milliliter shy of what the average large-size menstrual cup holds. We have reached out to you with some options. Please feel free to contact us directly should you have any questions.

    Best of Luck,
    The Venus Cup Team
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    Pandorica
    February 3, 2020
    Too soft for me
    I really wanted to like this cup because of the larger capacity but sadly, it didn't work out for me. It's just way too soft and I had a heck of a tim...More
    I really wanted to like this cup because of the larger capacity but sadly, it didn't work out for me. It's just way too soft and I had a heck of a time getting it to open. I do have to say tho that the guide this comes with is VERY helpful.
    Reply from Venus Cup Team:
    Hello Pandorica,

    I'm happy to hear that the large Venus Cup had the capacity that you were looking for, but sad that it was too soft to perform as it needed for you.
    If you don't mind giving it another try, here are a few tips that might help:

    -Run the cup under cold water to firm up the silicone.
    -Allow the cup to open while it's half-way inserted.
    -Insert the cup, release, and then wiggle the cup downward a bit.
    If a cup is inserted all the way, sometimes the cervix blocks the rim from opening as it needs to. A very firm cup may push the cervix out of the way, which can be painful, but a softer cup may need some help.

    Again, I'm sorry that the Venus Cup didn't work for you right out of the box. I hope these tips help or that you find another cup that does work for you even if it isn't the Venus Cup.

    Please feel free to contact us directly should you need further support.

    Best Wishes,
    The Venus Cup Team
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    Smilomom
    January 1, 2020
    Can cause UTIs
    I love the convenience of this menstrual cup, especially as someone who has clotty periods, this works much better than tampons in terms of leaks. I ...More
    I love the convenience of this menstrual cup, especially as someone who has clotty periods, this works much better than tampons in terms of leaks. I also love that it uses so much less waste than tampons, pads, etc. It fit well and the learning curve, while initially messy, was not a big deal. The big problem I have had with it is that in 2 of the 3 months that I have used this product, I have gotten a UTI. The doctor told me that sometimes menstrual cups can push up against the bladder so it may be an anatomy thing. My doctor also suggested that I boil the cup between periods (I had been washing it but not boiling it), as well as taking cranberry pills at the onset of my period. I'm not ready to give up on the cup because of the above-mentioned reasons so I'm going to take my MD's advice, but if I continue to get UTIs, I will unfortunately have to give it up.
    Reply from Venus Cup Team:
    Hello,

    Thank you for sharing your experience with using the Venus Cup. We're happy to hear that you had an easy process of learning to use it and that it was comfortable. However, we're sorry to hear that you also experienced some extra pressure that may have contributed to UTIs.
    Of course, all cups will apply some extra pressure but not all of them will be firm enough to contribute to UTIs. Unfortunately, the large Venus Cup may just be a bit too firm or wide for you.
    If you are comfortable removing the Venus Cup without the stem, you can try turning the cup inside out. This will both slightly lessen the firmness and make the cup narrower. Both of which will help with the pressure. The Venus Cup is safe to use this way if you choose to.
    We not only want you to have success with using a cup, but we also want you to be able to use one without any health issues as well, even if it isn't the Venus Cup.

    Please feel free to contact us directly should you need any further support.

    Best Wishes,
    The Venus Cup Team
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    Sakhile Padi
    July 13, 2019
    Not sure about this one
    Maybe it's just not for my body. It's a good size and it's softer than my diva cup. But I think because it's soft it doesn't maintain the cup structu...More
    Maybe it's just not for my body. It's a good size and it's softer than my diva cup. But I think because it's soft it doesn't maintain the cup structure inside my body. The diva cup is stiff and I feel it but it unfolds easily and maintains the cup structure so it actually gets the job done.
    Reply from Venus Cup Team:
    Hello!

    I'm sorry to hear that the large Venus Cup was too soft for you. Within our study group, a good portion of the testers experienced some extra pressure from the Diva Cups rim. Our design reflected that by thinning out the secondary rim and adding an inner ring instead. Although the firmness is not drastically different, we're sorry to hear that the change did not work out for you.
    If you are willing to try the Venus Cup again, check the user manual or our website for some tips on troubleshooting softer cups. Something might be helpful within them.
    You are also welcome to contact us directly for one on one support or some extra tips and tricks.
    Even if the Venus Cup does not work out for you in the end, we're happy to hear that you still have reliable menstrual protection with the Diva Cup.

    Best Wishes,
    The Venus Cup Team
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    Preethi Suyambu
    May 14, 2019
    Not as expected!!!!feeling disappointed
    Iam from India and bought this cup through my my relative as Iam a heavy bleeder I choose this cup for its holding capacity and Iam a cup user for pas...More
    Iam from India and bought this cup through my my relative as Iam a heavy bleeder I choose this cup for its holding capacity and Iam a cup user for past 2yrs so Iam familer with almost all folds but this cup it's very difficult to insert and check for seal...usually I twist 360 degree to check the seal but when twisting in this cup it's paining and burning like hell and no fold it comfortable for me yet though the suction is good but removal is another hell...the holding capacity is high but what's the use in that without giving comfort?????will try this for 2-3 cycles if not good I need to throw it only.... feeling disappointed
    Reply from Venus Cup Team:
    First of all, thank you for giving the Venus Cup a try even from so far away. We’re sorry to hear that it was not all that you hoped for. We understand that the Venus Cup will not be for everyone but we hope that you will give it another try. The Venus Cup has a wider base to allow for the extra capacity without adding more length or overall diameter. It may need some getting used to if your previous cup or cups were “V”-shaped. Inserting a single finger to feel around the cup body may be more comfortable than trying to spin it from the base.
    If you’re experiencing pain during removal, collapse the body slightly as the rim nears the entrance to the vagina. It may be rubbing against the urethra on its way out.
    Please feel free to contact us for one on one support. We’re here to help.
    In the end, if the Venus Cup is still not right for you, we hope that you find another cup that meets your needs even if it isn’t our cup.
    Best wishes,
    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.