Ruby Cup should sit as low in your vagina as is possible and comfortable – lower than a tampon. The most suitable angle will differ between women, you may need to try a few different positions to find the right one for your body. It is okay if the cup fits a bit higher in your vagina, this may be because of the position of your cervix- all vaginas are different. The stem at the bottom of the cup will help you to adjust, use it to gently push the cup higher or lower. If the stem is causing discomfort, or sticking out of your vagina, you can trim it to size – have a look at our FAQ ‘Should I trim the stem?’ to find out more.
Have a look at our How to Use a Menstrual Cup for a super easy guide to inserting and removing your cup.