Alx Cup Review

My first Cup is Alx cup. As I have medium cervix I didn’t want to go for high priced cups as I wanted to first experience how cupping would be with a less priced cup (sometimes the size we order may not be perfect for you, so I don’t want to take risk by buying a high priced cup at first). So I ordered Alx cup size 1.


Alx cup is made of Medical grade Silicon. It is manufactured in china.

Alx cup comes in a cardboard box which contains a pouch and User guide which is printed in English and Hindi languages. It comes in 2 different sizes i.e. Size 1 and Size 2.

Diameter of Size 1 Alx cup is 47 mm, length of the cup without stem is 55 mm and the length of the stem is 25 mm. Diameter of Size 2 Alx cup is 43 mm, length of the cup without stem is 55 mm and the length of the stem is 25 mm.

We can cut the stem as per our convenience. There are lines at the bottom of the cup, these lines set the grip on the cup, so we can pull the cup out easily.

My experience

When I started using the cup for the first time, it was super good. I usually have heavy periods. I didn’t experience any leakage in between. I loved it.

Alx cup is a soft cup. Softer cups are easier to remove, but it will take little experience to help open up the cup inside the vagina. It was very easy for me remove the cup. But for insertion unlike firmer cups which make a popup sound, Alx cup will take little time to pop open. I will do different methods like turning the cup, pinching at the bottom of the cup, then it will open. I will make sure by passing my finger around the rim, whether the cup is opened or not. Once opened, it will create suction and does its job.

I found it very useful and I had a great cupping experience with Alx cup.

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