Merula Menstrual Cup
The Merula Cup is made out of 100% medical-grade silicone and produced in Germany. It is round, with a rigid edge and a thin, soft body. The menstrual cup can be worn in a folded up state – only the edge needs to be open.
The slight vacuum means the cup can be worn whatever the condition of the pelvic floor muscles. It has an adaptable, three-rung stem that can be shortened to ensure an individual, optimally comfortable length.
Merula is suited for:
- Moderate to heavy flow
- Low and/or dangly cervix
Good hygiene and cleaning practices keep your vagina healthy, and your cup in good condition. The Lunette FeelBetter Cleanser is the best and most hassle-free option for cleaning your cup, both during and in between periods.
- Outer diameter of rim: 40mm
- Outer diameter of widest part: 46mm
- Cup body without stem: 39 mm
- Cup body and 1st / 2nd / 3rd stem: 50mm / 61mm / 72mm
- Capacity: 38ml
- 100% Medical Grade Silicone
- Made in Germany
Please refer to our comparison chart to compare the measurements of our different cups.
Which menstrual cup is right for me?
There are several factors to consider when choosing a menstrual cup, namely the amount of flow, your anatomy, the location of your cervix, and the stiffness of the cup. Read our guide on how to select the right menstrual cup based on these factors.
How do I use a menstrual cup?
- Fold and hold your cups with lean hands
- Insert your cup toward your tailbone
- Let it open and rotate it slightly, creating a light seal
- Relax and find the base on your cup with your fingers
- Pinch the base of the cup to break the seal
- Remove & empty.
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How do i clean my cup?
You can either wash your cup with mild soap or boil it.
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|Location||Order Value||Rate||Delivery Time|
|S$70 and above||FREE||2-7 Days|
|Below S$70||S$3.90||2-7 Days|
|Rest of the World||-||S$19.90||7-14 Days|
It is best for heavy days. Very firm for activities like pilates. A bit difficult to remove due to round shape.
When my Super Jennie grew some black spots at the holes, I looked for a replacement. The Period Co didnt bring in Super Jennie anymore so I had to get an alternative. Merula cup looked good as I think I have a kinda low cervix. On days that I get it to open and position well, it works like a charm collecting everything with zero leakage. However, getting it right is still a hit and miss for me after 2 periods. sometimes I get it and sometimes I don't and it manages to completely miss my cervix & leaks as if i'm not wearing a cup at all. :/ So... Still trying to make it work, but its promising.
I used to use the divacup (both models, before and after having a kid) but they used to leak. But with the Merula it's leak free! I love how I can get it out easily just by hooking a finger around the handle.
The capacity really big. When heavy flow, i can see the cup full. Only thing is when insert, it is hard to open.
I'm liking it a lot so far!! 3 periods now. I actually really don't feel once it's inside. I think the silicone is a lot softer than the other one I was using (Moon Cup), so the Merula Cup has been such a comfortable use for me! I have leaked a few times but this was not because of fit or poor suction, etc. It's a similar case when I used other cups because my flow is exceptionally heavy during the first 2 days when I should be emptying it a bit more frequently. Still, the Merula Cup is holding more than the Moon Cup I was previously using. Another thing too, the loops/rungs are brilliant! As compared to stems, like most of the other typical menstrual cups on the market are designed to have. Cos then you only need to use 1 finger to pull on the loop/rung instead of pinching on a stem (but not before having to send 2 fingers up there searching for the stem first!) - this rung design was such a delight to me really. The only downside I experienced was in my first use when I was still figuring out the best fold for insertion. Because of its shape (ie., round and wider in the middle), it hurt in during my period of first using the Merula Cup. I've since figured out the best fold and position for me and I've had no such problems using it in my subsequent periods.