Discovering Your Cervix Height

Knowing your cervix height can help you find the perfect AdetCup fit. Here's a simple guide to measure it at home.

  • Wash Your Hands

    Always start with clean hands. Use mild soap and ensure they're dry.

  • Comfortable Position

    Find a comfortable position. This could be standing with one leg elevated, squatting, or sitting on the toilet.

  • Measure the Depth

    Notice how far your finger is inserted when you touch your cervix. If it's just at the first knuckle, your cervix is low. If it's at the second knuckle, it's medium. If it's beyond the second knuckle or you can't reach it, it's high.

Your cervix height can change throughout your cycle. It's best to check a few times during your period to get an accurate measure.


Your cervix height can determine how comfortably a menstrual cup fits. A cup that’s too long for a low cervix, or too short for a high cervix, might not provide the best experience.

Yes, cervix height can vary throughout your cycle. It’s typically lower at the start of menstruation and rises as your period ends. It’s advisable to check a few times during your period for an accurate measure.

It’s possible for the cervix to be positioned quite high, especially in the middle of your cycle. If you’re unsure or can’t locate it, consider consulting with a healthcare professional.

Childbirth can cause changes in your vaginal anatomy. However, it doesn’t necessarily mean your cervix will be lower or higher. It’s always best to measure and check.

Many people use menstrual cups with an IUD. However, it’s essential to ensure the cup isn’t creating suction against the cervix. Always consult with your healthcare provider before using both.

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