It is important that you’re using a cup in the right size for you, and it’s important that the cup sits in a position that is right for you. It can take a while for the body to get used to the cup and the light suction seal, and it’s very normal for a cervix to “dip” or sit lower during certain days of your cycle.
If you feel discomfort when using the cup, there can be several reasons for it:
Maybe the positioning / placement isn’t entirely optimal for you, and you’ll have to place it at an angle/higher/lower. Maybe your body is just getting used to the cup.
Maybe the size is not right for you, if the cup doesn’t unfold and creates the suction seal, you will feel the cup and it will not be comfortable. If that’s the case, please get in touch at firstname.lastname@example.org and we will exchange the size for free.
Maybe you accidentally scratch yourself or irritate the inside of the vagina when inserting / removing the cup, or the stem could be poking the outside of the vagina in this case you can shorten the stem.
Check and see if you have inserted the cup too high. If the OrganiCup has been placed beside your cervix instead of underneath, it will cause immediate discomfort. If this happens, remove the cup and reinsert, making sure to place it beneath the cervix instead.
When inserted correctly, the OrganiCup should not cause any discomfort.