Menstrual Cups


Country of origin: Website has .eu Domain, but the company is in USA
Composition: Medical Grade ilicone
Sizes: 3.
Dimensions:  “Teen” =31mm diameter, 38mm long without ring, 57mm long with ring. “Regular” = 36mm diameter, 43mm length without ring, 63mm with ring.  “Low Cervix”= 36mm diameter, 43mm length without ring, 50mm with ring
Capacity:  “Teen” = 17.5ml.  “Regular” and “Low Cervix” = 30ml
Stem: Ring
Measuring Lines: no
Cost (RRP):  $39.00 USD
Guarantee: ?
Been around since: Sept 2012
Unique Design?: Yes (This cup design appears to have been created by this brand and has not been seen used by other brands)
My Review:
Other Details: This cup is shaped more like a wine goblet, and has a “lid” type feature. While inserted it works like a funnel, so the blood can flow through the smaller hole into the cup, which helps stop the blood leaking out of the cup while the wearer is lying down.  This “lid” part is pulled up to allow the cup to be emptied.

See the statement Femmycycle made about some users experiencing pain from the suction of the Femmycycle.

June 28, 2012 - Posted by | news, The Cups | , , ,


  1. Hey Obsidian 😀 Such another unique nice adventure with this wine goblet-like cup! hee-hee
    Hm I’m not sure at all if you’d be allowed to divulge it, o but well, might FemmyCycle be that famous mysterious secret cup ?^^^

    Comment by quitterie | June 28, 2012

  2. The design doesn’t really jive with me. How would you clean it? It just doesn’t seem like a good idea at all.

    Comment by rachel | September 5, 2012

  3. I ordered a set of these and didn’t like them. They’re really difficult to figure out how to get in properly and once they are in right they have a tendency to form a suction inside. They are very wide also. Urinating became a real issue with it in.

    Comment by Barb | October 22, 2013

  4. Have you tried this cup yet? I am thinking of getting one as they are now available in a single pack from a US retailer.

    Comment by Cindy Dunigan | February 1, 2014

  5. I had it as well, and they didn’t work with me either; like someone else said, urinating was a problem. But I love the design–and the fact that you get two of them!

    Comment by Natasha | October 15, 2014

  6. I used the older design Femmycycle (with the much larger ring and a more evenly round shape) for the better part of a year. It did take awhile to figure out how to get the top to pop open around my cervix (the bottom of the cup does not have to be popped open, and in fact, it’s not supposed to be), but once I had that sorted out, it was great for my sometimes-heavy periods, traveling all over the place and in a living/working arrangement that would’ve made tampons extremely inconvenient. I was able to get 24 hours of wear out of it on more than one heavy day without leaks. The only thing is that it is rather cumbersome to remove and insert outside the shower. My periods weren’t so heavy back then that I had to deal with it outside the shower but for someone with heavier bleeding it’s something to think about, and also, the glossy finish silicone always sticks to my skin so I always needed to use a lot of lube to get it in. My cervix is high so the ring stem never posed a problem. Once I purchased the large Si-Bell I no longer needed the FC as well (same capacity) so I sold mine off.

    Comment by MC community member | November 27, 2014

  7. I use the shorter cup because I have a lower cervix and the fleurcup I was using would be pushed/slide out (I have had two children). It took one to two cycles to figure out how to get it positioned correctly, but now that I have, I like it so much better. I have a heavy flow and the size is good. It stays up inside me. It leaks less. If it leaks, it is usually because it is completely full. It can get a bit messy when you have to flip the “funnel” part out to empty it. Sometime it will open suddenly and splash. I have not had any problem cleaning it. The only time I have problem urinating with it is if it is pretty full. I find their insertion instructions only partially worked for me, but I kept at it and now have a way that works for me. I do have to make sure it has unfolded fully after insertion (which was different than the instructions).

    Comment by Rachel | November 3, 2016

  8. Hi! We’d love to give you some new images of the FemmyCycle to update your website with. Please let me know how to get in contact with you 🙂

    Comment by FemmyCycle | February 7, 2018

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