This is our definition of a menstrual cup that is really long:
An ultralong menstrual cup is a menstrual cup that measures more than 55 mm in cup body length excluding the stem.
Three reasons why we're not including the stem in our definition:
- The stem is trimmable on most cups.
- The stem varies greatly in length from brand to brand.
- Choosing a menstrual cup should not be based on stem length — you should instead choose a cup based on cup body length in this particular case.
You should consider an ultralong menstrual cup if:
You have a high cervix or a very high cervix (long vaginal canal).
Ultralong Menstrual Cups Comparison Chart
|Menstrual Cup||Diameter||Body Length||Stem Length||Total Length||Capacity||Material||Firmness*||Stem Type||Country Brand||Country Manufacturer|
|Casco Cup Size 1||42 mm||56 mm||14 mm||70 mm||30 ml||Medical-Grade Silicone||3||Stem||USA||USA|
|Casco Cup Size 2||46 mm||56 mm||14 mm||70 mm||40 ml||Medical-Grade Silicone||3||Stem||USA||USA|
|DivaCup Model 0||38 mm||56 mm||9 mm||65 mm||20 ml||Medical-Grade Silicone||3||Stem||Canada||Canada|
|DivaCup Model 1||42 mm||56 mm||10 mm||66 mm||30 ml||Medical-Grade Silicone||3||Stem||Canada||Canada|
|DivaCup Model 2||45 mm||56 mm||10 mm||66 mm||32 ml||Medical-Grade Silicone||3||Stem||Canada||Canada|
|Me Luna XL||47 mm||56 mm||15 mm||71 mm||42 ml||TPE||2/4/5||Stem/Ring/Ball||Germany||Germany|
|MermaidCup Classic Firm Size 2||46 mm||56 mm||24 mm||80 mm||34 ml||Medical-Grade Silicone||3||Stem||Malaysia||China|
|MermaidCup Classic Soft Size 2||46 mm||56 mm||24 mm||80 mm||34 ml||Medical-Grade Silicone||2||Stem||Malaysia||China|
|Venus Cup Large||47 mm||56 mm||15 mm||71 mm||47 ml||Medical-Grade Silicone||3||Stem||USA||USA|
|Yuuki Classic No.2||46 mm||56 mm||18 mm||74 mm||37 ml||Medical-Grade Silicone||5||Stem||Czech Republic||Czech Republic|
|Yuuki Soft No.2||46 mm||56 mm||18 mm||74 mm||37 ml||Medical-Grade Silicone||4||Stem||Czech Republic||Czech Republic|
|JuJu Model 3||40 mm||58 mm||20 mm||78 mm||28 ml||Medical-Grade Silicone||3||Stem||Australia||Australia|
|Intimina Lily Cup Size A||40 mm||65 mm||13 mm||78 mm||28 ml||Medical-Grade Silicone||2||Stem||Sweden||China|
|Intimina Lily Cup Size B||44 mm||65 mm||13 mm||78 mm||32 ml||Medical-Grade Silicone||2||Stem||Sweden||China|
|AIWO Cup Small||42 mm||N/A||N/A||78 mm||25 ml||(Medical-Grade?/Food-Grade?) Silicone||4||Valve Stem (Non-Trimmable)||China?||China?|
|AIWO Cup Large||46 mm||N/A||N/A||80 mm||30 ml||(Medical-Grade?/Food-Grade?) Silicone||4||Valve Stem (Non-Trimmable)||China?||China?|
* 1 = Very Soft, 5 = Very Firm.
How Do I Know If I Have a High Cervix?
What Is a Cervix?
The cervix is essentially the connection between the vagina and the uterus.
What Is a High Cervix?
A high cervix is a term used to describe a cervix that is felt high in the vagina.
Determining the Height of Your Cervix
To determine the height of your cervix I recommend checking the section Low, Medium, or High Cervix: Determining the Height of Your Cervix in our article Menstrual Cups for a Low Cervix: A Complete Guide.
The article is packed with great images and illustrations!
Once you've measured your cervix and are sure you have a high cervix come back to this post and familiarize yourself with the ultralong cups in the following section.
Ultralong Menstrual Cups
Here's a list of all of the longest menstrual cups you can buy today.
As I mentioned at the beginning of this article an ultrasmall menstrual cup is by our definition a cup that is > 55 mm in cup body length.
Casco Cup Size 1 and Casco Cup Size 2
Casco Cup has two models that are longer than 55 mm:
Size 1 and Size 2.
The Casco Cup features air holes, grip rings, and is average firm.
It also comes with a nice handy protective case for storing your cup.
DivaCup Model 0, DivaCup Model 1, and DivaCup Model 2
The DivaCup is an average firm cup.
All three models should work absolutely great if you have a high cervix or are looking for a longer cup.
DivaCups are FDA-registered and are made in Canada.
Me Luna XL
Me Luna menstrual cups are customizable and you can choose firmness level, handle style, how short or how tall, and size.
Here are the different options:
- Sport (Very firm)
- Soft (Not available in the US).
How short or how tall:
- Shorty (Shorty cups are great if you have a low cervix or a very low cervix)
- Extra Large
You should consider buying a Me Luna XL if:
- You've had multiple vaginal births.
- You have a very heavy flow.
- You're able to accommodate a larger diameter.
- You're unable to achieve a sufficient seal in smaller diameters.
MermaidCup Classic Soft Size 2 and MermaidCup Classic Firm Size 2
I love the design of these cups.
Especially the scale pattern at the base of the cup.
The scale pattern functions as grips when removing your cup.
The cups have a very soft body with a slightly firmer rim.
So if you're sensitive this cup might be a good choice for you.
MermaidCup has also got four air holes, a solid stick stem with two grip balls, and measuring lines plus numbers in ml.
Venus Cup Large
The Venus Cup was specially designed to accommodate a heavy flow, but it is still suitable for those who have a light flow as well.
It has greater capacity in both the Small and Large sizes than the majority of the menstrual cups on the market without the added length.
The Venus Cup is of medium-firm silicone and features air holes, grip rings, and a trimmable stem.
Yuuki Classic No.2 and Yuuki Soft No.2
Yuuki cups are made in the Czech Republic and are available in two sizes and two firmness levels.
The Yuuki Classic is a very firm cup with very strong resistance and is considered a sport cup so if you have a sensitive bladder but still would like a cup on the firmer side of the spectrum pick the Yuuki Soft instead.
Both models pop open easily, stay open, and have got great grips so you're never going to struggle to get them out making it a great cup for beginners.
JuJu Model 3
JuJu is also one of my favorites when it comes to esthetics.
I love the shape, the grip pattern (cute little butterflies from their logo) on the base of the cup, the stem, and recently they released their line in a beautiful bluish color.
The JuJu Model 3 can be described as a narrow average-firm cup and it's perfect for a high cervix or a long vaginal canal.
Intimina Lily Cup Size A and Intimina Lily Cup Size B
Image: Intimina Lily Cup Size A
Image: Intimina Lily Cup Size B
The Intimina Lily Cup is one of the longest menstrual cups on the market and I would only recommend you buying these if you have a high cervix or a very high cervix.
The length makes these cups easy to reach for you if you have a high cervix.
But it may be too long if you have a medium to a low cervix.
The body of the Lily Cup is one of few cups that were designed to be ergonomic.
The angled rim is said to form to your anatomy.
The Lily Cup needs to be positioned in a specific way to work as intended with the tall rim of the cup situated towards your back.
The rim is also different from most menstrual cups as it is placed on the inside of the cup as opposed to on the outside as a "no-spill" feature.
The AIWO Cup is what's called a valve menstrual cup.
A valve menstrual cup is a type of menstrual cup that has a stem that functions as a valve for controlling or regulating the flow of menstrual blood.
The menstrual blood flow is controlled or regulated by opening, closing, or partially obstructing a part of the stem.
This means that you can empty your cup without having to remove it by manually opening and then closing the stem.
The AIWO Cup comes in two colors Pink and Clear and two sizes Small and Large.
The smaller model can hold 25 ml and the larger model can hold 30 ml.
If you want to learn more about valve menstrual cups check out my other article Menstrual Cups With a Valve: A Complete Guide.
CUP-FIGURATOR™ — The Ultimate Menstrual Cup Finder
Now that you know a little bit more about long menstrual cups it's time to decide which one you should choose.
I've already mentioned cervical height, cup body length, and the firmness of the silicone of these cups.
But there are other parameters as well that you need to factor in when choosing a cup:
- Bladder or bowel sensitivity
Cervix height, firmness, and flow are the most important ones but I recommend taking note of all of the parameters that I mentioned above because it's going to help you with what I'm about to show you in the following paragraphs.
You're probably familiar with one or two menstrual cup brands but did you know that there are over 200 brands?
Yep, that's 200 menstrual cup brands and roughly about 400 cup models if you multiply it by 2 since most brands offer at least two models.
Now that you know that there are a gazillion cups to choose from wouldn't it be great if there was a tool that could quickly and easily pick the cups that match you?
Well, now there is, and it's called CUP-FIGURATOR™.
CUP-FIGURATOR™ not only speeds up the process of finding a menstrual cup but it also provides you with some handy comparison tools that will save you even more time and effort.
So with that little piece of valuable information I highly recommend that you go here, take our fun and interactive quiz, and find your perfect match!
I hope you found this post useful — see you in the next one!
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