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Pelvi Cup

(25 customer reviews)

$ 29.95

Made from 100% medical grade silicone, the Pelvi Cup is a great alternative to regular pads and tampons. The Pelvi cup is designed to collect rather than absorb menstrual flow. It is comfortable, convenient, and can last up to 10 years.

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Product Description

The Pelvi Menstrual cup is an easy, convenient, ecological, and inexpensive alternative to tampons and pads. Menstrual cups will help you re-think the way you manage your period. A cup can collect 3-4 times more fluid than tampons meaning you can go longer between changes. When correctly sized and inserted, a cup should not leak or move and will help make exercising and swimming a breeze.

The Pelvi Cup is a bell-shaped and reusable cup that is placed inside the vaginal cavity and, when fitted securely, will collect rather than absorb the menstrual fluid.

Your purchase can provide period dignity

Pelvi Cup Features:

  • Manufactured from 100% high grade medical silicone
  • Plastic, Latex, BPA, and Chemical free
  • Grip rings at base of the cup to assist removal
  • Short grip stem to help with removal without reducing comfort
  • Smooth seamless design for easy cleaning
  • Markers inside the cup that allow  you to measure how much fluid you have lost
  • Matte finish
  • Easy to use and comfortable
  • Ecological and inexpensive
  • Each Pelvi cup comes with a satin storage pouch
  • Australian owned company. Made in the USA and FDA listed
  • TGA Registered ARTG: 312885

Pelvi Cup Sizes

Size Small: Most suited to teenagers, and women with a low cervix.

Diameter: 42mm
Length (including stem): 60mm
Max. Volume: 25ml

Size Medium: For women under 30 years old with a light to moderate flow and have NOT given birth

Diameter: 42mm
Length (including stem): 70mm
Max. Volume: 30ml

Size Large: For women over 30 years with heavier flow or who have given birth

Diameter: 46mm
Length (including stem): 70mm
Max. Volume: 40ml

Pelvi Cup Quick Start Guide

  • Sanitise before first use
  • Thoroughly wash your hands before use
  • Fold the cup and insert into the lower part of your vagina
  • Check and empty every 4-12 hours
  • To remove, don’t just pull; gently squeeze the base of the cup and then remove
  • Thoroughly wash and sanitise
  • Store clean and dry in the included pouch

How to use the Pelvi Cup

Quick Tips:

  • Menstrual cups are not a contraceptive and do not protect against sexually transmitted diseases or pregnancy.
  • Wash your Menstrual Cup with a mild oil free soap that contains no perfumes.
  • At the end of your period wash the cup thoroughly and sterilise in boiling water for 2-3 minutes.
  • Keep the cup in the storage bag and in a dry and well vented place.
  • Learning to use a menstrual cup can take a few cycles. While getting used to the Menstrual Cup it is a good idea to use a pantyliner as a backup. It may take some practice to get used to, but soon you will become comfortable with insertion and removal.

25 reviews for Pelvi Cup

  1. E (verified owner)

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    Awesome product. Some small difficulties the first try (more to do with me than the product!) But overall I love the fact that won’t have to use wasteful pads or tampons again!

  2. Anonymous (verified owner)

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    I wish I had’ve bought a menstural cup sooner! It’s a great money saving tool, easy to use, no waste and I’ve not had any issue with it.

    I dont think I’ll ever switch back to using pads or tampons.

  3. Anonymous (verified owner)

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  4. Anonymous (verified owner)

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    A little bit too long length wise

  5. Emily (verified owner)

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    This cup was so easy to fold and position into place. Cleaning is a breeze!

  6. Martina (verified owner)

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    I am happy I bought a cup. It is very comfortable, and no irritation (especially in summer) like from pads, neither as often changing as tampons. I have to admit it was more work and time consuming at the beginnig but worth it.
    It is my first cup but I recommend pelvi cup.

  7. Aria (verified owner)

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  8. Heather (verified owner)

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    I think this cup is great. I’ve only used it for one cycle so still getting the hang of using a cup for the first time but when I’ve fitted it correctly it doesn’t leak and is comfortable. I’ve found that the key to a good fit is that once inserted you can feel from the base of the cup that it’s gone back to its original shape and not still folded. I’ve found that on heavy days I would change every 4 hours but normal days can go 6 – 8 hours. I’m really happy that I’ve made the switch.

  9. Amanda (verified owner)

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    Was a bit nervous but surprisingly easy to use & remove

  10. Emma (verified owner)

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    It took a few tries to figure out how to get a seal and stop it leaking but once I found the right folding method for me and how to position my body during insertion it was amazing!! No uncomfortable rash causing pads & no painful tampons for me anymore!

  11. Anonymous (verified owner)

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  12. Brooke (verified owner)

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    So easy to use, comfortable and no leaking at all!

  13. Kyralee (verified owner)

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    I love my cup. Purchased this one as a second cup to have as a back up, but loving it.

  14. Anna A. (verified owner)

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    Works great for me, I’m happy to put it in and forget about it and not worry about using up tampons/pads/liners. An overall positive experience.

  15. Anonymous (verified owner)

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    Beginner friendly, it’s soft and so easy to insert and remove.The stem doesn’t irritate as well.Best cup used so far.

  16. Anonymous (verified owner)

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    Personally, I much prefer the Diva Cup. I recommend doing some serious research, reading the articles on the MCA website about what cervix size etc you have. It will help ensure you have the right brand and size, which makes the world of difference.

  17. Anna (verified owner)

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  18. Melanie (verified owner)

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    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.

  19. Lyn Nhan (verified owner)

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  20. Kellie (verified owner)

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    Haven’t used too much yet but the few times I have I haven’t had any issues or discomfort.

  21. Tracey F. (verified owner)

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    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.

    • Naomi (store manager)

      Hi Tracey,
      Thank you for your feedback. Using a cup can be quite a learning curve for teen girls. If it is the size of the cup she is having trouble with, it may be worth trying a smaller diameter cup. The new Pelvi Teen size is a little smaller, or the Organicup Teen is smaller again. Also, try a few different folds, as some will make the insertion area much smaller than other types of folds https://www.menstrualcupsaustraliaonline.com.au/menstrual-cup-folds/ . If she continues to have difficulty, please do not hesitate to contact us 🙂

  22. Anonymous (verified owner)

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  23. Anonymous (verified owner)

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    The cup slips down a bit and the stem is very uncomfortable. Have to turn inside out to use it

  24. Anonymous (verified owner)

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    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 dump the contents in the toilet, wash the cup in water & mild soap, then insert again. It’s a little confronting at first. But you get used to the process & become more comfortable with your body & it’s functions. I’d recommend menstrual cups to anyone & everyone. Sure they can be relatively expensive to start, but they’re reusable, last 10 years & in that time you’ll save a fortune on pads & tampons.

  25. Anonymous (verified owner)

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    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!

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