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How to change sanitary napkin during menstrual period?

# Sanitary Napkins

The menstruation period is a sensitive and special time for women.It is the time when women's immunity is at its lowest and many germs that cause gynecological diseases take advantage of the situation. During menstruation, women will use sanitary napkins, but improper use of sanitary napkins can make women more susceptible to gynecological diseases. Today we will talk in detail about the norms of sanitary napkin use and several common misconceptions.

If you don't change sanitary napkin in time because of low menstrual flow, it will become a breeding ground for germs.

Many women usually do not have enough blood and have very little menstruation. During this time, many use only one sanitary napkin for the whole day and do not bother to change it. During women's menstruation, the environment of the pubic area is stuffy and humid. Moreover, there are germs during menstruation, and if they are on the sanitary napkin for a long time, w will become a breeding ground for germs.


Leaving unused sanitary napkins in the bathroom makes germs breeding more serious.

Most women change their tampons in the bathroom. This is not a bad habit. Many people will leave their unwrapped and unused sanitary napkins in the humid bathroom until the next time they are used. However, the air environment in the bathroom is relatively uncirculated and few people ventilate the bathroom. This causes the sanitary napkin to become contaminated with bacteria and multiply a lot of germs on the sanitary napkin, although not much change can be seen on the surface. However, menstruation is the most sensitive period of a woman's body. At this time, women are less immune and more susceptible to viral infections. A large number of germs multiply on the surface of sanitary napkins, which can easily cause bacterial infections and endanger the health of the uterus. Sanitary napkins that are not normally used should be placed in some dry and ventilated place as much as possible. The next time you have your period, carry it with you, not only will it not cause bacteria to multiply, but it will also play a certain dry role, so that the surface of the sanitary napkin is not easy to wet, which can play a certain role in preventing bacterial infection during menstruation.


Too thick sanitary napkins can cause itching of private parts.

Sanitary napkins on the market are getting thinner and thinner, and some businesses advertise zero-touch. However, some women believe that too thin sanitary napkins do not give them a sense of security during menstruation. They still choose to use some of the older, thicker sanitary napkins. While winter is still good, the hot weather and lack of air circulation in summer make the sanitary napkin environment relatively humid. This will produce a lot of germs and cause some gynecological diseases. If women are really unsure about too thin sanitary napkins, they can use some sanitary napkins with a larger area. This kind of sanitary napkin is long and light, which can make your menstruation more at ease.


These are some of the misconceptions that may be caused by women when using sanitary napkins in general. In order to have a comfortable menstrual experience, we should avoid these misconceptions in time and give a better protection to the uterus.


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