Hello High Cervix Cup Duo Box

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Have you found yourself ‘fishing around’ for that hard to reach or disappearing cup? Then the Hello High Cervix Cup may be the perfect solution. Designed with a longer cup body and a short toggle stem to make it easier to reach and remove, this cup is perfect for people who may have a high cervix position (longer vaginal canal) or who have had difficulty reaching and removing shorter cups. Cervix height is one of the main factors used to determine the correct style of cup. It is best to measure this during your period as your cervix height can change throughout your monthly cycle. Do not choose this cup if you have a low cervix.

The Duo Box provides a more economical option for trying two different size Hello Cups.

Hello High Cervix Cup Features:

  • Specifically made for people with a high cervix
  • Can be worn for 8 hours or overnight
  • Made from hypoallergenic, medical-grade TPE (thermoplastic elastomer)
  • All Hello Cups are Silicone and BPA free.
  • Designed by a Registered Nurse to ensure ultimate comfort and functionality
  • Made in New Zealand
  • Plastic free and completely recyclable + compostable packaging. Even the clear film is made from plants!
  • Available in three sizes – S, M, L so you can find the perfect fit
  • Please note: In order to reduce waste and their carbon footprint, the Hello Cups no longer come with a cotton storage bag.

Small: This is the smallest and softest cup and is a great option for teenagers, petite users or those who prefer a ‘mini’ tampon.

Medium: This is Hello’s ‘one size fits most’ menstrual cup. It is best suited to users under 35 – regardless of whether they have had children or not.

Large: This size cup is best suited to users over 35 who feel their pelvic floor is not what it used to be.

Physically fit people are often best suited to the Medium size Hello Cup regardless of their age.

How to use the Hello Cup:

Before first using your Hello Cup, please sterilise it by either boiling in a pot of water for 3-5 minutes, using a microwave cup steriliser, or by soaking in a solution made with a sterilisation tablet.


  1. Wash your hands before inserting or removing your Hello Cup.
  2. Sit on the loo or try standing with one foot resting on the toilet seat.
  3. Choose a fold. The ‘punch down’ fold is a Hello Cup favourite.
  4. With a firm hold on your cup, angle it slightly backward toward the tip of your tailbone rather than ‘straight up’. Insert the entire cup into your vaginal canal until it is sitting a bit lower than where you would position a tampon.
  5. Release your hold on the cup once you have inserted and positioned it. It should now ‘pop’ fully open. To check that it has opened, run your finger around the base of the cup. If you feel any indents, try rotating the cup a couple of times to help it open completely.

Hello Cup correct positioning


  1. The length of time you can use your Hello Cup before needing to empty it will determine largely on your level of flow. However, you should not wear your cup for more than 8 hours.
  2. To remove the Hello Cup, locate the base of the cup (don’t pull it out by the stem). Use your thumb and index finger to gently squeeze the base of the cup and release the seal. If you can’t reach your cup, use your muscles to ‘bear down’, or try squatting which will help shorten the vaginal canal.
  3. Once the seal is broken, gently pull the cup out. Tip the contents into the toilet, rinse and reinsert. If you do not have easy access to a tap, simply wipe the cup with some toilet paper.

How to use the Hello Cup

How to Clean the Hello Cup:

Your Hello Cup does not need to be boiled or sterilised during your period. This is best done before first using it and then at the end of each period. After sterilisation, allow the cup to air dry and then store it in its bag out of direct sunlight.

During your period, simply rinse the cup under cold water or give it a clean with a menstrual cup cleanser. Ensure any residual cleanser has been completely rinsed off before reinserting the cup.

Some staining is normal in any brand of menstrual cup (especially in lighter colours). To help reduce staining, it is best to rinse your cup in cold water after removing. You can then wash with a mild soap or one of the many menstrual cup washes available. If staining has set in, then you can try using a dilution of white vinegar and water, or lemon juice and water in a 1:2 ratio. Let you cup soak in this mixture overnight and then wash as normal in the morning.

Cup Size

Small/Medium, Medium/Large


Small: 19.5ML (to the holes)
Medium: 25ml (to the holes)
Large: 34ml (to the holes)


Small: 38mm diameter, 67mm total length including toggle stem
Medium: 41mm diameter, 71mm total length including toggle stem
Large: 45mm diameter, 78mm total length including toggle stem


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