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Pelvi Cup Reviews

4.54 Rating
28 Reviews
Kylee M.
Verified Buyer
This cup is great. It’s really important to get the right cup size as I had the Ruby Cup (which is also good!) but it was the wrong size for me. Pelvicup is also a little more pliable.
Posted 3 days ago
Anonymous
Verified Buyer
I was pleasantly surprised by the Pelvi cup. It's my first venture into menstrual cups and I was incredibly hesitant. Didn't expect to like it but I decided to at least try. And I love it - it's convenient, it feels much cleaner than pads, and it's incredibly comfortable. I haven't had a single leak, even in the first few tries before I had gotten the hang of getting it in. I wish it were slightly longer, as it seems my cervix sits quite high and the cup tends to migrate quite high with it. But the stem provides good grip for removal and I can get it out with minimal effort regardless of how high it gets. I also like the shape and smoothness of the stem and the cup itself. Overall, very impressed with the quality.
Posted 15 days ago
Anonymous
Verified Buyer
Posted 50 days ago
Anonymous
Verified Buyer
It takes a bit of getting used to, but that's not the cup's fault. Not hard to use and definitely seems to be worth the switch!
Posted 78 days ago
Anonymous
Verified Buyer
This is my first cup, after years of using pads. I could never tolerate tampons. I discovered them on Youtube randomly. Then realised their benefits on a zero waste blog. I've been wanting to be more environmentally friendly so I gave them a shot. TBH I went for the cheapest option first & chose the small size as I've got a low cervix. It fits to my surprise, but it's a little uncomfortable. You really want to find the right size for you, so do your research. That said it works a treat. I haven't had any leakage. Remember to boil it before & after your cycle for cleanliness. Inserting is easier if you use both hands & gently work it in. You can use water based lube if your flow hasn't started yet. Make sure it's in far enough so the stem doesn't bother you. Removal is a little trickier. You've got to bare down, find the stem then pinch the base to release the suction & pull until you can get a grip with your other hand & fold it into a C shape, then gently pull out completely. Then dum
Posted 91 days ago
Anonymous
Verified Buyer
The cup slips down a bit and the stem is very uncomfortable. Have to turn inside out to use it
Posted 108 days ago
Anonymous
Verified Buyer
Posted 111 days ago
Tracey F.
Verified Buyer
Purchased for my teenage daughter but she is struggling to use it even though she was so keen to have one. We will continue to try.
1
Posted 119 days ago
Kellie
Verified Buyer
Haven't used too much yet but the few times I have I haven't had any issues or discomfort.
Posted 122 days ago
Lyn Nhan
Verified Buyer
Posted 126 days ago
Melanie
Verified Buyer
Great cup, has a good lip and medium softness, only little downside is the short tip that doesn't really help with removing, good with high cervix, great price for a starter cup.
Posted 148 days ago
Anna
Verified Buyer
Posted 169 days ago
Kylee M.
Verified Buyer
This cup is great. It’s really important to get the right cup size as I had the Ruby Cup (which is also good!) but it was the wrong size for me. Pelvicup is also a little more pliable.
Posted 3 days ago
Anonymous
Verified Buyer
Posted 50 days ago
Anonymous
Verified Buyer
This is my first cup, after years of using pads. I could never tolerate tampons. I discovered them on Youtube randomly. Then realised their benefits on a zero waste blog. I've been wanting to be more environmentally friendly so I gave them a shot. TBH I went for the cheapest option first & chose the small size as I've got a low cervix. It fits to my surprise, but it's a little uncomfortable. You really want to find the right size for you, so do your research. That said it works a treat. I haven't had any leakage. Remember to boil it before & after your cycle for cleanliness. Inserting is easier if you use both hands & gently work it in. You can use water based lube if your flow hasn't started yet. Make sure it's in far enough so the stem doesn't bother you. Removal is a little trickier. You've got to bare down, find the stem then pinch the base to release the suction & pull until you can get a grip with your other hand & fold it into a C shape, then gently pull out completely. Then dum
Posted 91 days ago
Anonymous
Verified Buyer
Posted 111 days ago
Kellie
Verified Buyer
Haven't used too much yet but the few times I have I haven't had any issues or discomfort.
Posted 122 days ago
Melanie
Verified Buyer
Great cup, has a good lip and medium softness, only little downside is the short tip that doesn't really help with removing, good with high cervix, great price for a starter cup.
Posted 148 days ago
Anonymous
Verified Buyer
I was pleasantly surprised by the Pelvi cup. It's my first venture into menstrual cups and I was incredibly hesitant. Didn't expect to like it but I decided to at least try. And I love it - it's convenient, it feels much cleaner than pads, and it's incredibly comfortable. I haven't had a single leak, even in the first few tries before I had gotten the hang of getting it in. I wish it were slightly longer, as it seems my cervix sits quite high and the cup tends to migrate quite high with it. But the stem provides good grip for removal and I can get it out with minimal effort regardless of how high it gets. I also like the shape and smoothness of the stem and the cup itself. Overall, very impressed with the quality.
Posted 15 days ago
Anonymous
Verified Buyer
It takes a bit of getting used to, but that's not the cup's fault. Not hard to use and definitely seems to be worth the switch!
Posted 78 days ago
Anonymous
Verified Buyer
The cup slips down a bit and the stem is very uncomfortable. Have to turn inside out to use it
Posted 108 days ago
Tracey F.
Verified Buyer
Purchased for my teenage daughter but she is struggling to use it even though she was so keen to have one. We will continue to try.
1
Posted 119 days ago
Lyn Nhan
Verified Buyer
Posted 126 days ago
Anna
Verified Buyer
Posted 169 days ago
Kylee M.
Verified Buyer
This cup is great. It’s really important to get the right cup size as I had the Ruby Cup (which is also good!) but it was the wrong size for me. Pelvicup is also a little more pliable.
Posted 3 days ago
Anonymous
Verified Buyer
It takes a bit of getting used to, but that's not the cup's fault. Not hard to use and definitely seems to be worth the switch!
Posted 78 days ago
Anonymous
Verified Buyer
Posted 111 days ago
Lyn Nhan
Verified Buyer
Posted 126 days ago
Anonymous
Verified Buyer
I was pleasantly surprised by the Pelvi cup. It's my first venture into menstrual cups and I was incredibly hesitant. Didn't expect to like it but I decided to at least try. And I love it - it's convenient, it feels much cleaner than pads, and it's incredibly comfortable. I haven't had a single leak, even in the first few tries before I had gotten the hang of getting it in. I wish it were slightly longer, as it seems my cervix sits quite high and the cup tends to migrate quite high with it. But the stem provides good grip for removal and I can get it out with minimal effort regardless of how high it gets. I also like the shape and smoothness of the stem and the cup itself. Overall, very impressed with the quality.
Posted 15 days ago
Anonymous
Verified Buyer
This is my first cup, after years of using pads. I could never tolerate tampons. I discovered them on Youtube randomly. Then realised their benefits on a zero waste blog. I've been wanting to be more environmentally friendly so I gave them a shot. TBH I went for the cheapest option first & chose the small size as I've got a low cervix. It fits to my surprise, but it's a little uncomfortable. You really want to find the right size for you, so do your research. That said it works a treat. I haven't had any leakage. Remember to boil it before & after your cycle for cleanliness. Inserting is easier if you use both hands & gently work it in. You can use water based lube if your flow hasn't started yet. Make sure it's in far enough so the stem doesn't bother you. Removal is a little trickier. You've got to bare down, find the stem then pinch the base to release the suction & pull until you can get a grip with your other hand & fold it into a C shape, then gently pull out completely. Then dum
Posted 91 days ago
Tracey F.
Verified Buyer
Purchased for my teenage daughter but she is struggling to use it even though she was so keen to have one. We will continue to try.
1
Posted 119 days ago
Melanie
Verified Buyer
Great cup, has a good lip and medium softness, only little downside is the short tip that doesn't really help with removing, good with high cervix, great price for a starter cup.
Posted 148 days ago
Anonymous
Verified Buyer
Posted 50 days ago
Anonymous
Verified Buyer
The cup slips down a bit and the stem is very uncomfortable. Have to turn inside out to use it
Posted 108 days ago
Kellie
Verified Buyer
Haven't used too much yet but the few times I have I haven't had any issues or discomfort.
Posted 122 days ago
Anna
Verified Buyer
Posted 169 days ago