Sizes and Colours
Female Cup is available in two sizes: smaller (size A) and larger (size B):
Choosing the right size of your menstrual cup ensures comfort but also minimizes the risk of leakage , as it should fit your individual body anatomy. When deciding on size, consider how heavy your monthly flows are (for very heavy flows choose size B). Just keep in mind that all menstrual cups have a higher capacity than a regular tampon.
You should also look at your body (anatomy), your lifestyle and the level of physical fitness.
As we age, muscles lose their elasticity, also inside the vagina. That is why we recommend
size B for women over 30, but every woman is different . You might for example feel more comfortable with size A if you are physically fit and your pelvic muscles are strong.