Seconding the suggestion the get a cup with a long stem, a Si-bell would be a good option as it's very soft so comfortable to insert and has a long thin flexible stem, some cup users have said they don't even need to break the seal to remove their si-bell, just pull on the stem! Please do not surf the site if you think you'll be offended and be very careful about who might suddenly peer over your shoulder if you do. The depth of the base of the cup will be relative to the length of the vagina and the length of the body of the cup. If she's a virgin and has never inserted anything her hymen is likely still intact, so it might be painful for her to insert anything further than an inch or two. We're both virgins so we don't have much knowledge about this. Offhand, it would seem not to me.
You might be feeling a very low cervix but more likely, you are coming up against your pelvic floor PC muscles which you seem to be clenching rather tightly.
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Some of the good suggestions you have made are things I have already tried that are simply impossible. And, speaking of friction, you guys really need to be using lube! What can make the hymen break? I hope you can piece together what I'm trying to say. Since my complaint was an exterior rash, we just dealt with that, and the doctor told me not to bother with an exam in the future until I am sexually active. You might be feeling a very low cervix but more likely, you are coming up against your pelvic floor PC muscles which you seem to be clenching rather tightly. So I don't think my uterus immediately follows this bump unless the uterus has an opening wide enough for a small finger?