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I have recently have been looking to buy my first menstrual cup , and from what I have read the length of how high up your cervix is, is one of the biggest factors when choosing a cup. I did the finger test ( on the first and second day of period) and I was unable to touch my cervix with my whole finger, so first I assumed I had a high cervix, but I have short fingers, with my longest finger being 2.5 inches long. Is this considered high ? I was reading that some people were considering 3-4 inches or higher a high cervix. Also any ideas on how to do the test to see how high my cervix truly is ?
 
Kai: 2Cupskuradi8 on June 16th, 2017 12:26 pm (UTC)
If you think a "long" cup would be too long then consider a "medium" one with a long stem. This chart does NOT include stem lengths http://sizecharts.livejournal.com/ but others found online do. Also use capacity and shape to pick the one that you think would fit and suit you best.

If you haven't already, also skim/read the Common Questions link at the top of that page.
mamab1216: pic#127715311mamab1216 on June 24th, 2017 09:19 pm (UTC)

I have short fingers and am a plus sized lady, and I cannot reach/feel my cervix either. I don't know if these are contributing factors but I figured since I was having a really hard time getting a diva cup out because it always seemed to be really far into me I got a longer cup and it works like a charm! Best decision I've made!